When a wee critter is rescued from the wild, a snug place to stay can make them feel better.
That's where Katie Deline-Ray comes in.
And the results are ohmygoshsocute!
The nests are made with a flat bottom and double strands for a sturdy frame.
She also designed a "cave nest" for burrowing animals.
At first, Deline-Ray was just sending the nests to rescues in Ontario but now her mailing list includes 70 centres, including places in Australia and the U.K.
"I love making these nests because I have a great admiration for all the amazing work that wildlife rescues do and I feel like I have a part in giving back to wildlife in a small way," said Deline-Ray.
"There's just so much to love about it!"
Lauren Strapagiel is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto, Canada.
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