Nursing Cat Adopts Baby Squirrel into Litter
"I just rubbed the squirrel against the other babies and then he just took a nose dive into all the kittens sleeping," Fayetteville Animal Services volunteer Carole Gerle told the local news. "Mom looked at him and said, 'What's one more?' " Gerle says the mother cat, Tessa, doesn't seem to notice the difference, and if she does, she doesn't mind.
After he gets a bit bigger, volunteers plan to bring the squirrel to a wildlife rehab center.
Want more? Check out this story about squirrel rehabber, Carol Vinzant.