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Dogs Wrapped Up Like Adorable Burritos (11 Photos)

Can dogs get any cuter than they already are? We thought not, until we saw these pictures of dogs wrapped up in blankets like little burritos. We want to snuggle inside there with them. So to put a smile on your face, check out the photos below. For more cute animal pictures, have a look at these pure pictures of polar bears

11 cute photos of dog burritos
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We are all familiar with the cat purrito by now, but have you ever seen a baby bat wrapped up like a burrito? It's almost too cute to handle! When these baby flying foxes arrived at the Australian Bat Clinic due to extreme heat events that separated them from their mothers, they were well taken care of -- as you can see from the video. 

The video may be on the older side but something so cute needs to live on and on. If you watch this entire video and have no emotions about it, you may want to go get that checked out because the cuteness meter is through the roof!

Read more about the bat clinic and how you can help

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Owls Are Weighed When Wrapped Up In Blankets Like Little Burritos

We have already featured an item about the creative ways in which animal care workers weigh animals. 

This time, we would like to focus on the adorable owls, please. 

Turns out that weighing them requires wrapping them up in blankets and turning them into the cutest bird burritos.

We are all ready to make the order! 

Owls wrapped in blankets | cute funny owl wrapped in a yellow blanket so it can be weighted | fuzzy baby owl in a soft blanket
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Never before have little flying demons looked so cute.

After losing their mother in the extreme heat event in Australia, these baby bats were rescued and taken in by the Australian Bat Clinic for rehabilitation.


Part of their care involves swaddling them in tiny blankets and giving them tiny pacifiers until they are old enough to go back out into the wild.

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