After these baby hedgies lost their mommy, a mama cat adopted the lot of them. A mother's love knows no bounds.
Don't be shy widdle takin calf, you can come on out from under mommy. We just want to squee at you!
It was a close match-up between the takin and the muskox, but in the end you squeeps decided you wanted to see more takins. So get ready to squee a bunch more over these Himalayan goat-antelopes!
Remember widdle elephant to always look both ways and hold trunks while crossing the road.
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Let's just say that some squees are more photogenic than others...
That is one proud, happy mama hog!
Nice mutton chops there pal.
This mother and her cub are managing to keep it squee in the hot African savanna!
This mama fishing cat is grooming her little cub after a long swim!
Otters use their tummies for all sorts of things from tables to nom off of, to warm, cuddly beds for their babies.
It sure has been a super squee (even if a bit prickly) week hanging out with porcupines! Now it's time to say 'see ya later!'
Big wet kisses are one of those necessary embarrassments we all suffer through because it makes our moms happy.
There isn't anything squeer than lynx cub triplets! Except maybe quadruplets...
This mama seal is protecting her most precious buried treasure.
One of the pros of being a mom is getting to play with your rambunctious, squeedorable cubs. One of the cons of being a mom is that you will likely run out of energy much sooner than they do.