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Pufferfish get a bad reputation for being grumpy and mean, but they're really just shy! I mean c'mon, look at that smile!

-Sally Squeeps

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Via: boobend
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It's October, Halloween is arriving soon, and this week's Squee Spree creature was the Red Panda... so without further ado enjoy this extremely appropriate and squeedorable gif!

-Sally Squeeps

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This nosy Toucan is wondering if you're going to finish your Fruit Loops... He's getting a little impatient.

-Sally Squeeps

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This widdle rabbit is obviously a big fan of Beatrix Potter's books about Peter Rabbit.

-Sally Squeeps

Find more squeedorable moving pictures over at Animal Gifs!

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All of us. even the prettiest of us, went through an awkward phase at one point. Don't get down on yourself widdle Owl, we all think you're squee!

-Sally Squeeps

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Via: Zooborns
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Remember Anzac the joey and Peggy the wombat, the marsupial orphans who were rescued and became besties?

Now they've got a third lil pal -- meet Cupcake the swamp wallaby, who like her pals, was orphaned when a car accident took mom.

The trio, who live at Australia's Wildabout Wildlife Rescue Center, all are about 4 to 5 months old.

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Via: Blackpool Zoo
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"Hailing from Sicily and Sardinia, the Mediterranean Miniature Donkey is almost extinct in the wild in their native land, though breeding programs have been very successful in the United States. When fully grown they at stand at between 30 and 36 inches tall."

I'll squee over a roughly 3-foot-tall Donkey any day!

-Sally Squeeps