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Twitter User Accidentally Forgets Sugar Glider In Her Bra (Viral Thread)

Listen, no matter how good your intentions are, sometimes... weird things happen with your pets. Inevitably, your dog will eat something it shouldn't, your cat will get stuck in a closet, and your might forget your sleeping sugar glider inside your bra when you go to your urologist appointment. At least... @LizerReal did. 

Though she kept everyone updated on what was happening after she realized the little glider was in there in a thread that went viral on twitter, one can only imagine the stress she was under, trying to keep the adorable glider safe. Everything passed just fine, thank goodness, with the glider sleeping through the appointment like nothing happened, and getting back home safely. 

Lesson for everyone - double check that there are no pets in your bra when you leave your house. 

twitter thread about accidentally forgetting your sugar glider in your bra thumbnail includes one tweet 'Font - Lil Bit ... @LizerReal oh shit. i'm at a doctors appointment, and i legit forgot to take the sugar glider out of my sports bra. let's hope she stays asleep!!! 8:39 PM - Jan 25, 2021 - Twitter Web App 16.5K Retweets 3.6K Quote Tweets 209.8K Likes'
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Ladies, if you're thinking about throwing out that old bra -- donate it to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue instead! Your old bra might just save a life -- a turtle's life. The Carolina Waterfowl Rescue is after bra clasps, in particular, as they can be grafted onto the turtles shells that have been injured in boating or auto accidents. Rescue worker Keenan Freitas told WYMT, "It's just these little ingenious things that people have created in the past, that we can use today to help animals out," . "You basically wire the shell back together. They're helping a turtle. Who wouldn't want to help a turtle?" When the turtles have been healed, the clasps are then removed and the animals are returned back into the wild -- good as new!  

 Bras can be sent to Carolina Waterfowl Rescue at P.O. Box 1484, Indian Trail, NC 28079.

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