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Via LLBwwb
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We should change the name of the site to "Daily Squleep" with how many sleepy animals we've seen here lately!

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By Viokalle
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Viokalle says: "Gerbils Tank and Toppi taking nice afternoon nap."

Is there anything more soothing than watching our wee furry friends take a cute nap?

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From sixonefive72: "The two three-week-old babies met at the [zoo] and are now inseparable. There were a dozen duck eggs in the centre's incubator, but sadly only Chop-suey's hatched. Although the chick was happy with human company, he was never happy being left alone so staff put the two together and they instantly snuggled up and fell asleep!"

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By Scott
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The crook of that tree looks like the perfect place for a nap. Good find, porcupine!

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Madison says: "My Ferret sleeping in one of her odd positions."

I swear Ferrets are like the Slinkys of the animal kingdom and can sleep any which-way. It's just another reason why they're so squee!

-Sally Squeeps

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beak bird nap parrot pet reader squee sleeping - 6595453696
By Lyn
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This is Dakota my Green Cheek Conure. She fell asleep in my hands because I was petting the feathers on her neck. I'm lucky to have her trust.

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Forget pigs-in-a-blanket, if you REALLY want your next house party to be a big success, you should try inviting Otters in blankets as your guests of honor.

-Sally Squeeps