25 Adorable Encounters With Wildlife You’ll Be Extremely Jealous Of

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Every little girl or boy who’s ever watched Disney knows that woodland creatures make the most loyal friends. At least, that’s what the animated enterprise taught us.

Sadly, as I grew up, I learned that while I desperately wanted to be friends with little fawns and tiny chipmunks, they’re not so into it. But that doesn’t mean that everyone is as unlucky as I am.

Apparently, our wild friends like to pay their neighbors (us) a visit more often than I ever knew. Be prepared to feel extreme jealousy when you see what these people found in and around their homes.

1. “Thank goodness you’re home! I was so worried.”

2. Look closely…

3. This little guy is just upset the kids can’t come out to play.

4. “Knock knock?”

5. What a dignified lady.

6. A day of boating doesn’t get much better than this.

7. They kept seeing her snacking on their peach trees so they named her Peaches!

8. Well, that’s a prickly surprise to eat dinner around.

9. I want him to become friends with the cat.

10. My heart just grew 10 sizes!

11. “This is totally a pond, right?”

12. Who knew bears were so civil?

13. It looks like they’re planning something…

14. This little guy took up residence in someone’s shoe on a camping trip!

15. Someone flew into the wrong coop.

16. “You look like a cool cat.”

17. “Mind if I join you?”

18. Baby. Bobcat. Oh, holy cuteness!

19. “…What is it?”

20. “G’day, mate!”

21. “Yes, I’d like to enroll in intro to engineering.”

22. But seriously, why hasn’t a deer ever visited me??

23. I live in Maine and NEVER has this happened in my backyard. I feel cheated.

24. This little guy visits every morning.

25. If mom doesn’t come back, I’d be happy to foster you!

Even if I never find a little fawn in my backyard, I can still pretend that I’m a Disney princess…

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