Even in college, one can still find baby bunnies and squee at them for hours.
ladyjoker92 says Chase was adopted from an animal shelter and he had a pretty rough start to life, once we had him he was constantly hyper and a bit of a hellion. One day at a pet store some women came in dropped a 6 week old kitten at our feet and left so of course we brought him home. Chase immediately adopted the little fella as his own and has now calmed down immensely.
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 :)
SimplySissy says: "These are my rescued kiddos. Sookie (left) is three years old, and Tucker (right) is barely one. Tucker loves to snuggle and Sookie lovingly cleans Tucker's face every morning, just like a mom with her puppy. To me, my kids are the squeest! Adopt, don't shop!"
Every furr-parent thinks their babies are the squeest, but you just might be right!
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