There’s a new trend taking over social media: little critters scurrying around. From hamsters and hedgehogs to beavers and possums, these creatures are providing an adorable glimpse into their lives, and people can’t get enough. Sure, celebrities may still be the biggest stars, but it’s the little ones who are really stealing the show.
Most prairie dogs prefer to hide in their burrows. Prairie Chuck prefers to go on adventures.
Welcome to the world of Tema, the chubby raccoon with over 325k followers on Instagram. When Tema was just a baby, he was adopted from the zoo by Lena Troskina and her husband, who was a manager there. While pet raccoons are uncommon, it’s happening more and more.
Taiyo the otter and giant pandas Thuraya and Suhail have successfully predicted several FIFA World Cup matches.
If you’re ever feeling down, just watch one of GliderWiz’s videos. This little sugar glider is always up for a good time and loves nothing more than eating cheese bugs. His buggy little eyes and big appetite is surely to put a smile on your face.
Lilly the Skunk welcomes feral cats into her garage to relax, warm up and enjoy a meal... With a few surprise guests turning up.
Capybaras are the world’s largest rodents and they are known for their calm demeanor and friendly nature. Dubbed the World’s Friendliest Animal, these fuzzy oversized rodents are social creatures. Most of their day is spent laying near shallow water and hanging out with other capybaras.
If you had to go to rehab, would you take some time off work for it? For this busy lil’ beaver, a stint in rehab didn’t slow him down one bit. Despite being under human care until he recovers enough to be released back into the wild and get back to work, he continues to train.
CubiCubi The Hedgehog is one of the most adorable hedgehogs on the internet. He loves baths and has a growing fan base because of it! But before you go handling him, be sure to read up on how to do so safely as hedgehogs are covered in quills.
Some things in life don’t need a narrative and we should just enjoy them because they are around. In comes Phil E. Chinchilla, the coolest floof with the tiniest feet.
Van Gogh the Chipmunk and Mona Lisa Are Irresistibly Cute With Their Little Cheeks Packed with Peanuts
A few years ago, Ally Calmusky from Aurora, Ontario in Canada, decided to photography the chipmunks in her mom’s yard and post them on social media. What started out as a cheeky piece of content later became a chipmunk following that includes hundreds of thousands of loyal fans. ” These wild chipmunks live behind my mum’s yard and visit everyday for snacks.