Even in college, one can still find baby bunnies and squee at them for hours.
The BBC writes,
"A young red deer has joined a flock of sheep on the Suffolk coast and seems to have been adopted. The deer appears to have lost his herd and joined 100 sheep, which graze on National Trust land at Dunwich Heath and Orford Ness in Suffolk. Andrew Capell, the flock's shepherd, said: 'They seem to have accepted him as one of their own.'"
Now that is some real life interspecies love!
"This is Lilith, I adopted her last week along with her sis from someone who couldn't take care of them anymore... and even though she considers my hand food, who could blame such a cute face?"
That's the one problem I have with squee babies; they're TOO GOOD at getting away with absolutely everything!
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We rescued Tia Maria (right) from a factory when she was barely weaned. Our older cat, Sushi, took her under her wing and completely mothered her, even though Sushi is spayed and has never had any babies. Two and a half years later, they still sleep, play and groom together. It's difficult to see in these photos, but the tabby patch on Sushi's side forms a heart :)