A Bee-ver? Damn!

What the… I just don’t… I mean… I can’t even begin to… (thud)

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Via Reddit.

Leave It 2 The Beavers!

“Here are orphaned baby beavers Fern & Lily during their first supervised outdoor playtime at ARC for Wildlife in Texas,” says Cuteporter KB.

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“They’re 8 and 9 weeks old and although they’re not siblings, they’re best buds.”
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“These two have just started to chew on willow trees a bit but they’re still babies who need their bottle – as you can see in this photo.”

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“Unlike most orphaned wild animals that rehabbers handle minimally…”

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“…orphaned baby beavers needs loads of attention…”

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“..And they even have temper tantrums when they don’t get their way.”

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When is a Kitten not a Kitten?

When it’s a baby beaver. It’s true! Bet ya didn’t know that huh? Didja, huh?

This is a kitten.

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And in a crazy-cute parallel world, this is also a kitten.

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“This is Charlie!!” – Kitten photo by Sivan.
Photo of smiling baby beaver rescued in 2009 via KOMO News.

“And Buttons As…The Beaver!”

Buttons is an orphaned bebeh beaver, about 12 weeks old!

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She is a current resident of Farasyn Farm’s Wildlife Rescue in Oregon.

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Rehabber Kim will care for The Little McFluffersons..

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…until she’s old enough to be released back into the wild.

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Credited to: Anonymous.

Wal-Mart© Greeter Trainee

Now we know where they get ‘em!

Video from Luyen D.; that’s her son Ryan at the Oregon Zoo.

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