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Baby Wants her Bottle

by Patchen on December 11, 2012

Uh oh, bottle’s almost out of milk. Better get some more. This little otter is hungry!

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Raymond, the Baby Koala

by Patchen on November 8, 2012

A baby koala is propped up in a mug to feed from a little bottle.

Then, he takes a break from lunch to post his adorable pictures to the internet.

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Puggle!!!

by Patchen on November 6, 2012

The Taronga Wildlife Hospital recently became home to a 40 day old Echidna puggle, named Beau. Echidna mammas have milk patches which excrete milk for their babies to lap up. Taronga Wildlife Hospital workers feed Beau from the palm of their hands, so it can lap milk as it would do in the wild. While feeding, Beau resembles a mini vacuum cleaner, going back and forth making sure every drop of milk is sucked up – contributing to its ever growing belly.

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Bottle Time!

by Patchen on November 5, 2012

Aww wittle baby kitty wants her bottle :)

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Bulldog Adopts Wild Baby Boars

by Patchen on September 20, 2012

From YouTube user uzoouk: After being found abandoned, these adorable boar piglets have a new mother…Baby the bulldog.

“Massage their bellies for hours…” Sign me up please!

Puppy vs. Ducklings

by Patchen on September 19, 2012

From YouTube user AnimalPlanetTV: 10-week-old Australian Shepherd puppies hone their herding skills.

Hungry Lamb

by Patchen on September 17, 2012

Does baby lamb want her bottle? Yes, yes she does :)

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Cheetah Cub Being Bottle Fed

by Patchen on August 9, 2012

From YouTube user CincinnatiZooTube: A three-week-old, female African cheetah cub, named Savanna is now on exhibit in the Cincinnati Zoo’s Nursery. She was born at the Zoo’s regional cheetah breeding facility in Clermont County on June 22, but she had to be moved to the Zoo’s Nursery after her mother, Lucy, (this is her first litter) could not provide adequate care. In an effort to get the cub back up to speed, Zoo Nursery keepers are bottle feeding the cub six times a day, every 2.5 hours

Bottle for Baby Lion Cub

by Patchen on August 2, 2012

Me so hungry! Feed me! Rawr!

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My Personal Water Fountain

by Patchen on July 13, 2012

You might like your fancy schmancy bottled water, but I think tap water tastes just fine.

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