He Feeds A Few Raccoons Near His Home, The Next Day He Walks Home And Sees This…

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November 17, 2016Entertainment
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He Feeds A Few Raccoons Near His Home, The Next Day He Walks Home And Sees This…

Most people, when they think of getting a pet, will naturally think of a dog or a cat. But other people think that perhaps a bird or hamster or even a turtle will make an excellent pet. Yet, there are some that are not satisfied with any of those options, and they will think outside the box and opt for a more unconventional pet – like raccoons.

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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue
It all started innocently enough, the man was feeding the wildlife outside his home. The raccoons decided to move in! Reddit user Wootfatigue didn’t mind at all!
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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue

When he comes home, he is greeted by his adopted children just like most of us are met by our dog (or cat)! Aww, just look at those adorable faces!

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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue

As soon as they moved in, they made themselves right at home!

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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue
Who would be able to resist the cuteness!
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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue

Could you see yourself coming home to this every day?! Seems like they act just like any other pet – getting into trouble.

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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue

Raccoons will eat just about anything! At dinner time, there are no empty seats around this table!

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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue
They may be a most unconventional family – but it would seem that they have things figured out! Keep in mind that wild animals do not make good pets.
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Image Credit: Reddit / woof fatigue

It is fine to offer the critters outside your home food, but bringing them in the house may just be a recipe for disaster. Raccoons can survive in the wild.

Take a look at this video

If you want a pet, there are plenty of homeless dogs or cats to adopt!

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