This Baby Beaver Who Can’t Even Control His Own Tail Is What We Need Right Now
Prepare for cute aggression.
Please take a moment, just a little breather, and focus your heart on this teensy ball of fuzz that was rescued last week.
He was found on a golf course near Calgary. Because he was so far from water, his rescuers at the Alberta Institute for Wildlife Conservation think a predator may have dropped him.
Holly Duvall, executive director of the institute, told BuzzFeed Canada he came in with a tail injury, though he's recovering well.
In the meantime, he's getting plenty of pool time and being fed a beaver-specific formula, as well as nomming on fresh willow and poplar boughs.
"Those are his favourite," said Duvall.