A Mother’s work is never done (85 sec)

A mother raccoon is teaching her cub how to climb a tree.

 

 

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  1. What a riot!! I think the little fella may have a fear of heights! And did Ya see the thought bubble above his head right at the end? ‘That’s just great, Mom–I’m on the side of the d$&@! Tree, NOW what?!”

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  2. Ah…in childbirth, they call it “labor”, but that is just the beginning !! Somehow, I always thought animals had a climbing instinct. This is sweet. ☺

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  3. Lovely

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  4. Reblogged this on Bright, shiny objects! and commented:
    LOL. Parenting in 85 seconds…

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  5. It’s amazing what you can learn in less than two minutes. Thank you, David.

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  6. love this.

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  7. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    So cute! Never done indeed …

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  8. It’s just like with people. Motherhood isn’t easy!

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  9. Clairsentient1 says:

    Reblogged this on Clairsentient1.

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  10. This is unbelievable 🙂 Thank you dear David, have a nice weekend, love, nia

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  11. Years ago, I had the pleasure to watch my momma cat teach her kittens to run up a tree. It was both hilarious and heart-warming. Thanks for this David.

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  12. Yay…she did it! Whew! Saw this on Facebook, loved it…even the second time around.

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  13. When a baby’s gripped by the nape like that, they naturally curl up and relax. So for that kit to figure out Mom wanted him to reach for the tree was genius.

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  14. It makes me feel glad I didn’t have to push my babies up a tree… 🙂

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  15. Nice collection of Video. That’s mother’s Love.

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  16. Alex Jones says:

    The kit got the hang of the technique quickly. Parents often are the best teachers of their children.

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