Baby Squirrel Doesn’t Want To Leave After Being Rescued By This Woman

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Patty Robinson met her little rodent companion when she observed the squirrel in her garden while gazing out the kitchen window of her house in Boston, Massachusetts. Patty went out to examine what was wrong with the squirrel out of curiosity, but when she got closer, she discovered she was still a baby.

The woman began exploring the land for the squirrel’s mother or siblings while her eyes were still closed.

Patty realized she had to assist the tiny squirrel after looking for more than 45 minutes and finding no one.

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The intended objective was to assist the creature while it matured, with the intention of subsequently releasing it and allowing it to resume its existence, but the squirrel seemed to have other ideas.

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Patty explained to Bored Panda:

“It melted in my palms when I first took it up.”

The woman didn’t know how to raise a squirrel at the time, so she turned to the internet for help.

Patty claims to have always aided people and animals, owing to her specific work as a foster mother.

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patty continued:

“I got engaged to him the day I picked up the squirrel in the meadow.”

The squirrel, whom she called Bunk, was finally ready to move on with her life after several days in her care, so the woman decided to release him. Bunk had been gone for five days and had returned to Patty’s house, afraid and complaining, not wanting to leave her side.

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patty continued:

“I tried three times more, but it wouldn’t go away!”

Squirrels are not ideal pets because they are dirty, costly, may bite, and want their own space, among other reasons. Bunk, on the other hand, had no intention of leaving, and Patty had no intention of abandoning him, so she chose to adopt him.

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