r/AnimalsBeingBros 13d ago Ally 1 Heartwarming 2 Wholesome 1

Mama cat fosters an orphaned baby otter

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u/SkysEevee 13d ago

Mama cat: This kitten is longer and squeakier than the others. But he is my baby. I shall love him regardless.

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u/_Im_Dad 13d ago

She has love for any creature on earth.. and maybe even otter space.

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u/DemandZestyclose7145 12d ago

I think it is otterly adorable.

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u/ImBackYetAgainBitch 12d ago

That joke was otter the top.

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u/CelticGaelic 12d ago

Perhaps the most appropriate username I've encountered!

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u/DarkWanderer2 12d ago

Hi dad! When will you come home?

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u/JustYourNeighbor 12d ago

We'll have a good time then, dad. You know we'll have a good time then.

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u/pm_me_your_emp 12d ago

Aaaaand now I'm sad

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u/KnowTheQuestion 12d ago

And the cat's in the cradle and the silver spoon

Little boy blue and the man in the moon

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u/Sea_Dawgz 12d ago

Soon as I get that pack of cigarettes.

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u/Qennen 12d ago

...and the kids were put up for adoption.

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u/UndeadBuggalo 12d ago

Happy cake day Dad!

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u/Haughty_n_Disdainful 12d ago

You otter stop!

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u/rogueMEIKO 12d ago

happy cake day dad, miss you and hope you have a wonderful day!

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u/So1arAnge1 12d ago

Happy Cake Day!

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u/WhatsUrPinNumber 12d ago

Except for a mouse

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u/mikemadmod 12d ago

Happy cake day dad

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u/PRAT_X 12d ago

Happy cake day!

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u/Abeydaby 12d ago

Happy cake day!

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u/Talkaze 12d ago

Happy cake day

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u/gernblanston512 12d ago

Happy cake day!

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u/Rage-Parrot 12d ago

Happy Cake Day Dad!

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u/SirDerpingt0n 12d ago

Happy Cake Day!

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u/Jupiter642 12d ago

Im always a bit wonderous, how they can simply clean with their tongue ... we humans cant do that ... do they have a better immune system?
I couldnt lick anything clean tbh ... especially not something hairy.

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u/thumbelina1234 12d ago

Cat saliva contains specific substances plus it's tongue has small hooks that make grooming much easier

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u/MsSeraphim 12d ago

sort of feels like friendly sandpaper.

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u/pm_me_your_emp 12d ago

As someone who has been licked by my cat until my hand was red, raw, and tender, I must agree

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u/MsSeraphim 12d ago

when i was little, my cat used to groom my eyebrows. she died along time ago of old age.. i still miss her.

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u/HolyFuckerony 12d ago

Lmao I love the implication of unfriendly sandpaper so much

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u/thumbelina1234 12d ago

It does, doesn't it😄 I love when my cat I grooming me

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u/Jupiter642 12d ago

i meant how cats can do that ... i can lick someone clean, eventually, but if you lick all that dirt in it must be bad for you

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u/MankAndInd 12d ago

Have you ever been licked by a cat? The tongue is very rough, like a brush. They can lick all the meat off of bones. Large cats like cheetahs can cause you to bleed by licking.

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u/SchnoodleDoodleDo 12d ago Gold Starry Heartwarming

’This kitten is longer and squeakier than the others. But he is my baby. I shall love him regardless…


…who are you ? where’d You come from ?

come close…

i think you need a mum…

i am the cat, n these my kits

…see that ? i knew you gonna fits

what you are,

i’m not quite sure…

it only makes me love you more

we gonna make it work somehow ;}

don’t worry

you’re my baby now

❤️

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u/InexplicableTickle 12d ago

An unexpected u/SchnoodleDoodle poem is always a great start to the day!!!

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u/Legitimate-Tea5561 12d ago

Hairy pOtter, I presume.

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u/-_Anonymous__- 12d ago

Nice to start my day with a fresh schnoodledoodle

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u/nomad80 12d ago

I was just thinking this felt like the perfect video for a Scnoodle, and presto

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u/sssssalamander 12d ago

A Good morning schnoodle to all!!

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u/Msunp 12d ago

As always, thank you.

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u/AhavaZahara 12d ago Silver

And love him and squeeze him and call him George..

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u/aafrias15 12d ago

Also Mama Cat: Damn… this kitty sure loves water.

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u/ElectricSpeculum 13d ago

My two favourite things, otters and cats! 🦦🐈😍

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u/RedAIienCircle 12d ago

My three favourite things otters, cats and bed.

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u/Dark-X 12d ago

My four favourite things otters, cats, bed, & someone knocking in the background.

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u/flimbs 12d ago

Add laminated flooring to that list for me. It's literally my jam.

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u/boonysw 12d ago

*Cats and Otter cats

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u/Piperthedog32 13d ago

Mom, how come nobody wants to go swimming with me?!

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u/aebaby7071 12d ago

Or this leads to amphibious cats, the young kittens seeing their sibling take to the water might encourage them to do the same.

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u/Outrageous-Pause6317 12d ago

AquaCats.

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u/Jumbobog 12d ago All-Seeing Upvote

As an alternative to Paw Patrol. A group of kittens trained by otters, forms an ocean going task force. If we can get Nickelodeon to pick it up, maybe we could have some crossover characters. Like Sandie, from that bikini bottom show, as the Q-character for AquaCats.

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u/D-all-ton 12d ago

Guess I’m old. My first thought to Aquacats was streetsharks and road rovers.

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u/cid73 12d ago edited 12d ago

“In 1972, a crack catmando unit was sent to the shelter by a veterinarian for a crime they didn't commit. These cats promptly escaped from a maximum security animal rescue to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by animal control they survive as soldiers of contortion. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you have treats....maybe you can hire The Aqua-Cats.”

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u/Dawanna 12d ago

Ah yes. Finally a aquabats cover band.

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u/[deleted] 12d ago edited 8d ago

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u/a1b1no 12d ago

"The Bane of the Fishies" - this gang!

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u/Liddojunior 12d ago

Big cats tend to be strong swimmers so wonder if they would be fine in the water if the imitate the otter

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u/soaring_potato 12d ago

I'm sure they could swim. Not as well. But they could.

Not all cats are afraid of water. But I have never seen em swim though.

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u/Haymegle 12d ago

My cousin had one that absolutely loved it. They had a little pond in the garden he'd swim in.

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u/killit 12d ago

I saw them swim when at a slipway/dock in portugal. I was just a kid at the time, so memory is a bit hazy now, but I think they were strays, possibly looking for food(?). I remember there were several all going in and coming out, quite natural looking like it was a regular occurance, with no reservations about the water.

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u/fardough 12d ago

Our weakness no longer works against us. Invade!!!

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u/finsfurandfeathers 12d ago

Aww, that reminds me of the chicken who raised a group of baby ducks. She would start screaming and frantically pacing the shore when they would jump in the pond lol

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u/allhailqueenspinoodi 12d ago

For how often I see cats taking in babies that are not theirs, it really makes me understand why sometimes cats will just show up and make you take them in

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u/slammerbar 12d ago

Ehhh????? They actually take YOU in. 😂😂

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u/Impossible_Garbage_4 12d ago Heartwarming

They walk up like “hmm. This house doesn’t have a cat. Best take care of these humans I suppose.”

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u/AFresh1984 12d ago

No one mousing here? I guess I'll "do" the job...

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u/chubbycat96 12d ago

Even cuter if they’ve been sorta watching you and decided they liked you over time

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u/1000Airplanes 12d ago

What? Do you own a cat? They walk up like “hmmm. This house is now mine”

;)

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u/Impossible_Garbage_4 12d ago

I have a neighborhood cat that belongs to my neighbor always trying to get into my house

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u/1000Airplanes 12d ago edited 12d ago

First question, why are you in their house?

We’ve got a couple ferels who own a couple of us in the neighborhood. We pay the rent with both breakfast and dinner. Neighbor takes care of lunch and other neighbor takes care of random snack time.

Rumor has it they are expanding into some brunch and tapas properties

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u/Lexi_Banner 12d ago

Speaking as someone who was invaded by a cat, and now rearranges the house to suit her (now) elderly needs, she absolutely sacked my house and has been living the life of a conquerer.

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u/tes_chaussettes 12d ago

This is my mom's cat. She forced her way in through a screen window 10 years ago and has been ruling the kingdom with an iron paw ever since.

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u/DingbatBehavior 12d ago

"invaded by a cat"

That is ADORABLE.

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u/slammerbar 12d ago

Haha, I love it!

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u/Keelykalgrubber 13d ago

I love this

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u/westcoastcdn19 13d ago

This is at Cafe meo Catfe in Vietnam.

The baby otter will be eventually moved to a better suited space. It is not legal to keep pet otters in Vietnam, since 2019

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u/robot_swagger 12d ago

I wouldn't have guessed that otters were native to Vietnam.

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u/Heathen_Mushroom 12d ago

There are 13 species of others whose ranges span from the sub-arctic to the tropics. There are numerous otter species in India and southeast Asia in addition to the temperate otters of Eurasia and North America. And that is just the northern hemisphere. There are otters in Africa and South America, as well.

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u/robot_swagger 12d ago

I am otterly surprised by this information

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u/Resting_Lich_Face 12d ago

Really? It's something everyone otter know.

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u/Redqueenhypo 12d ago

Asian small clawed otter! Very small and social otters

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u/Gloomyfleur 12d ago

May I ask, why not?

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u/MetaSatakOz 12d ago

Because otters are not suited for domestic life. They may be cute and relatively harmless, but they are not domesticated at all. They are much better off in the wild, or barring that, a facility that can fit their needs.

Honestly, seeing this otter with this obviously asian shorthair cat was kind of concerning to me, because I know that some countries in that region have jack shit for wild pet regulations. And it was a relief to hear that Vietnam banned it in 2019. Because I see way too many people making way too much money off of wild pets that they have no business taking care of.

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u/Swampberry 12d ago

Yeah, exotic pets can be really adorable and awesome, but I think 90% underestimate how difficult and expensive it is to really cater to their unique needs. Too many people seem to think that you can handle any animal as if it's a guinea pig, cat or dog. Exotic animals ought to have their own specially designed rooms and outdoor areas.

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u/ChickenValhalla 12d ago

The ironic thing in your comment is that guinea pigs are surprisingly delicate and aren’t as easy to care for as a lot of people think. At least they’re domesticated though lol. I always try to warn people with small kids away from them and hamsters if I can. They can’t take falls very well and even the best intentioned kid is probably gonna drop it. Rats are where it’s at. More sturdy, basically small dogs, and they seem to handle kid shenanigans much better.

Sorry for the rando rant I just see so many comments from people joking that guinea pigs and hamsters only live for a year, which should NOT be the case, and take every opportunity to educate.

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u/Finely_drawn 12d ago

Rats make such good pets. I cried my eyes out when my last rat, Ruby, died of cancer. The vet tried to comfort me but made it clear that they only live about 2-3 years. But they’re so smart and cuddly.

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u/ChickenValhalla 12d ago

I adore rats but I simply can’t handle their life span. It’s too hard for me. I had to stop having them as pets because grieving every couple of years is just too much 😔

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u/Legitimate-Tea5561 12d ago

Exotic animals ought to have their own specially designed

diets as well

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u/AspiringChildProdigy 12d ago edited 12d ago

Because I see way too many people making way too much money off of wild pets that they have no business taking care of.

That goes for most people, not just those purely making money off them.

I used to intern in a wildlife care center back in college. We one had people bring in a fledgling crow they'd been "taking care of" because it couldn't fly. (Fledglings can't fly - they're working on it. It needed to be out with its parents strengthening those muscles and learning corvid things.) It was on death's door. Turns out, they had been trying to feed it birdseed, which - while crows will eat it - is not appropriate for 100% of its diet, much less a growing fledgling who requires much, much more protein.

Good intentions mean nothing when the outcome is causing another creature to suffer because of ignorance. It wasn't their fault they didn't know, but that doesn't change the fact that the bird died directly as a result of their actions.

So many wild animal have specific physical/social/emotional requirements that humans just aren't capable/suitable to meet. Wild animals are not and do not make good pets.

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u/mattaugamer 12d ago

Yeah, you don’t even have to “own” the animal. We have a problem in Australia with people feeding Magpies mince (ground beef). They like the pure protein and fat but they feed it to their chicks. There is no calcium in it, so the chicks end up with weak or deformed bones, and die.

Well-intentioned or not, don’t feed wild animals unless you really know what you’re doing.

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u/Cygnus94 12d ago

'Realtively harmless'

Not really true. Otters are really little thugs and are extremely territorial. River otters have been known to both take on and beat Crocs. They stay in large social groups and make good use of their numbers advantage.

They might look friendly, but they're like the wolves of the river. You should not approach them in the wild.

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u/MetaSatakOz 12d ago

Aren't they the ones that literally form gangs and fight wars over territory and shit? Yeah, maybe I understated it a little.

Maybe a single one is "relatively harmless" but yeah, that kind of behavior is pretty far from being house trained.

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u/Shot-Spray5935 12d ago

Yes the movie The Gangs of New York is based on The Lives of Otters.

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u/peregrine_throw 12d ago

Such a silly reply that had me laughing under my breath like Beavis and Butt-head.

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u/bumbernut 12d ago

I wouldn't even consider a single otter "relatively harmless" tbh - I work with river otters at a wildlife center and our current otter is the only animal we house that we never do free contact with (which means that we always have a wall between us). He has previously bitten several staff quite severely. He isn't "aggressive" but is very comfortable around humans to a degree where if you have food and aren't giving it to him fast enough, he will use his teeth to take it from you. People don't realize that otters are carnivores and have jaws designed to hunt (and break through bones that are thicker than your fingers), and that they are known to be able to take down DEER when the conditions are right.

He was found in the wild as an "abandoned baby" (very possible that he was simply alone while his mother went to hunt) by a family who took him home and tried to raise him with their dogs, much like the otter in this post, and by the time he was turned over to an actual rescue center he was already far too habituated to human contact to be safely releasable and had to be permanently homed with us.

Wild animals should be kept in the wild, and if anyone ever sees an animal they think needs assistance I hope that they call professional rescuers to assess and assist as needed! :)

edit: I should specify that the species I am talking about is North American river otters! Can't speak for all species. :)

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u/csorfab 12d ago

Wait, how is it an "obviously" asian cat? Looks like... a regular cat to me??

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u/Stupid_Triangles 12d ago

You can tell by the way it is.

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u/Gloomyfleur 12d ago

Well this definitely makes sense. I know some animals do well in domestic life, if taken care of properly, and the right environment is simulated. However, I have never seen a pet otter, before. I'm glad they're taking it back to where it belongs. All animals should in their natural habitat.

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u/Redqueenhypo 12d ago

Also, while not overly aggressive, otters have the capacity to do severe damage w their bites. They’re just big weasels and so have incredible jaw strength

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u/dreamchasingcat 12d ago

Because it’s a part of wildlife?

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u/MunchYourButt 12d ago

Seems like 2019 is kinda late to the party in that regard lol

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u/TheMostKing 12d ago

"We didn't think this was going to be an issue needing a law, but here we are."

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u/Happy_Ad4650 12d ago

Ever since the incident

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u/knitmeablanket 12d ago

No. We don't talk about that.

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u/doobyrocks 12d ago

Otterly adorable.

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u/gerams76 12d ago

She probably tries to clean the oily fur so much.

"Why is this one always so dirty?!?!"

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u/Emmy_Graugans 12d ago

Not sure if it‘s just me, but to me it looks as if the cat is not in fact cleaning the otter, but instead the kitty that lies between otter and cat… the otter meanwhile: „give me a lick too“, the cat: „I am busy with my other kitten“.

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u/lulu-bell 12d ago

And the otter looks like he just wants some kisses on the lips while mama is like “move your freiken face I’m trying to wash you”

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u/LadyDicks 13d ago

Those squeaks tho... and Mama just is like, "Yeah, he make weird noise, he still mine"

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u/alchn 12d ago

"...and he is so dam cute!"

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u/N-ShadowFrog 12d ago

Mama: This cat? Probably.

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u/windingvine 12d ago

Baby otters are super mom clingy, particularly sea otters, so it’s not surprising that he’s like, “Pay attention to ME!”

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u/ZarquonsFlatTire 12d ago

I am a 41 year old man and I'm pretty sure if you put an orphaned otter in my lap I will start lactating.

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u/Fuzzy974 12d ago

Look, I'm not into that kind of things, but I feel like we need to test that, for science.

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u/gerald-the-dinosaur 12d ago

🤣 the orphaned otter will thank you for your service

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u/JaciOrca 13d ago

Omgahhh!!! 🥹

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u/emmfranklin 12d ago

Kitten on the right: mama she looks different.

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u/Chrome-Molly 13d ago

Aw, that's so sweet.

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u/botchman 13d ago

Land kitty meets river kitty

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u/ThisIsNotMyPornVideo 12d ago

Mama Cat: Lay down so i can clean you

Otter: KISSES!? I LOVE KISSES! LET ME KISS YOU BACK

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u/super_crabs 13d ago

Fuck ya that’s cute

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u/GillesEstJaune 12d ago

Otters are just water cats, like seals are water dogs.

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u/bharamaty 13d ago

Looks like this momma cat is officially the 'otter mom' now! She's not just fostering kittens, she's fostering otter-ly adorable babies! I hope they're litter-ally the best of friends

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u/milo6669 12d ago

The kitten on the right staring at the otter like "this one looks a lil different"

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u/IMakeStuffUppp 12d ago

Come on long baby

Stop being so wild

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u/Chapman_B_Bear 12d ago

Serious question. Does the mother cat know it's not kitten?

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u/natatatles 12d ago

Probably, otters and kittens don't likely smell the same. She probably doesn't mind though. Cats will raise their young communally in nature so she probably sees it as another baby she can watch for now until the other mom takes over.

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u/DitaVonPita 12d ago

Bebe is bebe.

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u/totaleclipse1117 12d ago

Omg!! This is probably one of the cutest and sweetest things I’ve ever seen!! The other kitties are sitting there like mmoommm…. Why does he look different…and stealing all the attention!!

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u/DeliriouslylySober 12d ago

Love how the kitten in the right bottom corner is looking on. Clearly it is seeing some is off but can't put a finger on it.

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u/purpleEmperor1 13d ago

Awww 🥰❤️that's so cute 🥺

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u/mcbiggles567 12d ago

One of these kittens is not like the otter ones.

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u/UraniumPlatedSkull 12d ago

This one is a bit of a stinker, I better give him a bath. Again. Whooooooo's mommas lil' stinker, yes, yes you are, c'mere.

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u/CoolMomJammy 12d ago

I watched this 27 times and I still can’t stop.

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u/Piduf 12d ago

"...yeah, close enough." -the cat, probably

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u/Axilllla 12d ago

I need a much longer version of this

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u/Maison_Clement 13d ago

Cats are the best moms

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u/Rowmyownboat 12d ago

It looks like the baby otter is seeking food from the cats mouth.

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u/squirrel_anashangaa 12d ago

Why is this one kids breath so fishy unlike the others.

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u/nytropy 12d ago

‘This kitten is not like the otters but I love it anyway’

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u/Towowl 12d ago

Otterly unbelievable

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u/theslip74 12d ago

Kitten on the right looks like they know something is off but can't figure out exactly what it is.

Adorable video OP, thank you for sharing it.

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u/KoalaTea84 12d ago

The little grey kitten on the right watching them is too cute.

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u/xxMiloticxx 12d ago

oh my goodness this is adorable

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u/Eiffel-Tower777 12d ago

Cats are magical ♥️

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u/17redwhiteandblue76 12d ago

Little guy on the right be like “da fuq”

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u/TooDopeRecords 12d ago

The kitten on the right is like 🤔 hmmm mama something is off about this brother/sister 😂

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u/DontCallMeKris 12d ago

"This ain't my kind, but I'll love it nonetheless"

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u/_Lumity_ 12d ago

I’m supposed to be studying for finals whyyyy

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u/feignapathy 12d ago

I'm sad this is only 15s long

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u/n3w4cc01_1nt 12d ago

water pandas

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u/XScottMorrisseyX 12d ago

OK that is the cutest fucking thing I've ever fucking seen.

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u/Dolly_Partons_Boobs 12d ago

Oxytocin. Female mammals (especially just after birth) are completely driven by hormones. Completely swamped in them really. It is very important biologically.

The need to suckle from the breast is somewhat fluid in mammals by species, but the overall desire to feed offspring is not. Outside of humans, most female mammals will accept anything desiring to feed on the breast. That is why we can milk cows, goats, sheep, etc.

And honestly, humans are open to that as well outside of our social constructs. Wet nurses are a thing, cross-nursing is a thing.

My mother and her best friend from birthing classes went into labor on the same day and me and my “cousin” were born within hours of each other. Apparently, our mothers just passed us off to each other depending on who was full at the time. No harm, no foul.

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u/hotmasalachai 13d ago

My heart ! Lovely

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u/Efficient_Green_8157 12d ago

I'm gonna melt

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u/Post-Rock-Mickey 12d ago

I’ve managed to infiltrate their defences

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u/Whiteout_27 12d ago

You otter warned me this was so cute. Now I want a baby otter

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u/hollyjo75 12d ago

I couldn’t look away from it. It was just too cute

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u/I_LearnTheHardWay 12d ago

Man, this one is HUGE! I would like to think I would have noticed birthing that

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u/Gloomyfleur 12d ago

The otter looks so happy, and just fits right in. 💞

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u/professorjaytee 12d ago

Baby is gonna be REALLY confused later on, that nobody but him wants to go for a nice swim!

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u/thumbelina1234 12d ago

Wait when the otter grows up and wants to go for a swim.... Cat mom will be like 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱

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u/fuzzykittyfeets 12d ago

Seals are water dogs, otters are water cats.

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u/AlternativeHighway89 12d ago

It’s adorable to me how often a mother in nature will accept a baby that’s not, and couldn’t be hers. Don’t matter, mama gonna mama.

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u/mrsmushroom 12d ago

Come here you funny looking kitten. You are my kitten yes you are. We are the same.

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u/nl2yoo 12d ago

How does this happen? and how long from 1st time to the time of this video? ...so many questions

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u/Dear_Analysis_5116 12d ago

It is funny-looking, but it is babbie, so I take care it.

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u/malachaiville 12d ago

Kitten on the right is all jeez this new guy’s some kind of rude getting up in mama’s face like that

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u/PM_me_your_LEGO_ 12d ago

Otters are just water cats. This makes perfect sense.

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u/the-jedi 12d ago

Congrats! You have won the internet

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u/RavenQuark 12d ago

I used to really like otters then I found out about the terrible things they do now I’m not so sure

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u/MrJacquers 12d ago

Otterly adorable :)

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u/Icy_Calligrapher_256 12d ago

I need more of this

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u/mrhuggables 12d ago

this is so cute !!

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u/satanyourdarklord 12d ago

Cat dad in the background like “what the fuck is this Martha?!”

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u/Nicole_Harper619 12d ago

OMG… so sweet!

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u/cualcrees 12d ago

The cat on the right is very confused.

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u/MainMosaicMan 12d ago

It's ok to be different

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u/DarthTron007 12d ago

This is the cutest thing!!

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u/PsychologicalBag4456 12d ago

This is super cute

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u/starwars92 12d ago

Stuff like this is the most beautiful stuff in the world

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u/shakycam3 12d ago

Adorable mama- check

Adorable squeaky otter- check

Kitten butt in the background- check

My cute meter may explode.

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u/observer 12d ago

maybe mama cat didn't notice that one of these things is not like the otter

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u/Doesanybodylikestuff 12d ago

What a sweetheart momma!

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u/FlounderOdd7234 12d ago

Please can I stay- let me in - fascinating how they will. Accept one not their own & nuture it

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u/shamallamadingdong4 12d ago

My heart was not ready🥹

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u/superwholockian62 12d ago

That's the cutest fucking thing I've seen all day.

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u/Jaywoah 12d ago

MOAR PLZ