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Daily Cute: Owl Can’t Bear to be Alone, Gets Naptime Buddy

Daily Cute: Owl Can’t Bear to be Alone, Gets Naptime Buddy

Three-week-old Larch was one of 12 owl eggs incubating at the Kirkleatham Owl Centre. Sadly, he was the only egg that hatched. Without any brothers and sisters to keep him company, he met Chop-suey the Runner Duck, and the two have been doing some serious bonding.

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2:39AM PDT on Jul 22, 2013

awwww.... They are both adorable!!

9:11AM PDT on Jun 26, 2013

thanks for sharing :)

1:57PM PDT on Jun 8, 2013

Cute feathered babies...

8:35AM PDT on May 30, 2013

That is nice.

2:02PM PDT on May 26, 2013


10:24AM PDT on May 26, 2013

Everyone needs someone. What happens when these 2 grow up? Will they continue to bond?

4:29PM PDT on May 25, 2013

....and the lion shall lie down with the lamb.

4:08PM PDT on May 24, 2013


3:55PM PDT on May 23, 2013

So cute.

3:02PM PDT on May 23, 2013

OMG too fluffy, snuggly and sweet!

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