Who could possibly love trees more than a creature that spends almost 80 percent of its life sleeping in them? Now that's a true tree hugger!
Remember widdle elephant to always look both ways and hold trunks while crossing the road.
"Stop being so dramatic son! We ate lunch an hour ago, so no you are not going to starve. Stop whining and go play with your friends - mommy needs some quiet time..."
Hurry along little one, no time for dawdling.
But MOM I can run perfectly fine on my own!
- Sally Squeeps
An protective Mama Coati watches over her curious babies, that are just as squee as she is!
What's better in this hot, summer weather than a good swim? Going swimming with Capybaras of course!
What could be better than sharing a sweet (potato) treat between mommy and baby?
I told you I'm not your mommy! Now scram!
After these baby hedgies lost their mommy, a mama cat adopted the lot of them. A mother's love knows no bounds.
This Cheetah cub's expression seems to say "MOM! I'm clean enough! Geez..."
I didn't like bath time very much either when I was a baby, so I understand your frustration widdle guy.
This baby Giraffe loves his mommy, but is always embarrassed when she gives him big, wet, smooches in front of the other kids in school.
What is squeer than a dolphin? A BABY DOLPHIN OF COURSE! Try to control yourselves, I know it will be difficult...
It has been a fabulously fun week squeeing over the bouncy bundles of cuteness that are Goats! But now it's time for us to say goodbye to the squeedorable Goats and their kids.
- Sally Squeeps
Has anyone else noticed that wild piggies seem to be much hairier than the domesticated, pink piggies we all know and love from farms? I wonder why this is...
It was a very squee week spent with the marmosets, and I know I'll miss these itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny, new world monkeys.
It's the end of the week, which means this Squee Spree has come to and end, and it's time to say goodbye to the very squeedorable Turtles & Tortoises! Take your time heading home guys, no hurry! Slow and steady after all...