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15 Irresistibly Adorable Photos Of Baby Pandas Just Being Natural

These baby pandas have been clicked candid, none of the photos have them posing for the photograph and that is probably what makes them so unbelievably cute. Via: Emlii

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The Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine shared this super cute video of one of their newborn Nigerian Dwarf goats, named Hector, befriending three ginger tabby kittens: "Hector the Nigerian Dwarf baby goat is just 2 days old. His Mama Amelia Earhart is a little protective of her only kid (most goats have 3-4 babies at once!) While he waits for cousins to be born in the stall next door, he has befriended the three barn kittens. Mom is not so sure about this plan! The kittens did inspire him to climb the wood shavings bale for the first time!"

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Wildlife Rehabber Shares Adorable Photos of The Rehabilitation of Baby Raccoons

A wildlife rehabber that volunteers with an organization called Nature Nurses, that is based out of Cincinnati, OH, decided to graciously post on Imgur an adorable and short update of 4 baby raccoons that were found and being taken care for at Nature Nurses.

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Baby And Sloth Become The Most Adorable Friends Ever

This is the story of a unique family who filled in the paperwork needed to adopt a sloth before they ever even knew that baby Alia was on the way. But when learning that this family also owns a kangaroo called Boomeroo, an anteater called Noche, sugar gliders (a type of possum) and a cat called Larry, a sloth does seem like a logic addition to the family. Just two days after Alia was born, Daisy the sloth was introduced into their lives and since then, they have become inseperable! Check out their lovely photos together. Via: Sharesloth

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The sweet baby boy is due in just a few more days and Sparta can sense the coming change but does he know the gender of the baby? 

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Women Makes Her Husband Believe a Baby Is Coming But Has a Different Surprise For Him

It's hard to imagine a better gender reveal photo shoot than the one photographer Carlye Allen threw her friend, Joy Stone. Joy and her husband Brady had been searching for a rescue puppy for quite some time. However, they couldn't find the perfect fit for their little family. Then, few days ago, Carley saw a post by Gracie Gonzalez, who found this puppy with four other siblings abandoned alongside a Texas railroad track. Carley reached out to her friend with an idea: "I thought that this one would be a perfect addition to their family," Carley told WISTV . "I drove two hours to pick up the puppy, and my friend drove three to meet me." 

So the photo shoot happened but it gets even cuter. The woman almost scared her husband with the style of photos: "Her husband had no idea that we had this up to our sleeves. I was a hostess for a shower the day prior and happened to have a tank of helium and extra balloons in my trunk," Carley said. "I joked about doing a gender reveal to my friend, and she loved the idea. Fifteen minutes later, we were in my yard snapping pictures." When Joy brought the puppy home, her husband was in shock. He was thrilled to welcome Rey (they're avid Star Wars fans) into their family." Via: WISTV

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The proprietors of the Sunflower Farm Creamery in Cumberland, Maine shared this adorable video of their 48 rambunctious baby goats running around and playing in their cozy pajamas: " We have had 48 Nigerian Dwarf Goat kids born at the farm in the past two weeks. Now they are anywhere from 3 days old to 2 weeks old. They are getting so feisty so today we decided to let most of them out so their mamas could have their morning grain in peace without the kids jumping in their food and we had a fun pajama party. Our granddaughter Max especially loved it. Even the barn cat Virginia thought the kids looked pretty cute. A number of people have made us pajamas over the years so that we have a way to keep kids warm if they are born on super chilly Maine nights. But since we never get to see them all in action, I thought it would be a fun way to thank the sewers by making a video showing off all their work!