Poor Baby Otter Can’t Stop Crying Since He Lost His Mom In Severe Weather

So glad he was found, saved, fed and taken care of and getting the help he needs to survive and grow up!!! He is adorable, writes lexnau

If you love otters, you can’t help but remember the adorable otters holding hands so they don’t [drift] away when they sleep, or the docile baby otters lying on their mother’s belly.

This baby otter [lo.st] his mother when he was too young, many people felt sorry for him. He was discovered crying on the doorstep after being sep.ara.ted from their mothers in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland, due to ex.treme wea.ther.

But, thankfully, he was discovered by the Scottish SPCA’s National Wildlife Rescue Center in Fishcross, who take excellent care of Buddy because this is a very dan.ger.ous time for otters because they can easily be [wa.sh.ed] away by big wa.ves, and they easily meet dan.ger.ous sea creatures that are constantly lurking around them when they are not strong swimmers at this time.

That’s why the Scottish SPCA hopes that anyone who finds orp.haned or in.ju.red wildlife will contact the SPCA or their local wildlife rehabilitation center. They are very vu.lnera.ble and difficult to sur.vi.ve alone without help

Buddy, the 10-week-old orp.haned otter happily being fed milk and fish here, also befriends three other orp.haned otters, Ebb, Tide, and Wave. This helped to alleviate his sadness because they could share and comfort each other!

These otters will be cared for a year before being returned to the wild. Fortunately, they were well cared for and were able to adjust quickly to their new surroundings.

Many people’s hearts melted when they saw a picture of a very cute baby otter; they expressed their love for him and sent him all the best wishes!

Thank you for hearing his cries. Po.or baby, so glad he was saved.

What a very beautiful cute little sweet angel! 💕😘

God bless all who helped this little one out…! ❤️🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

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Source: lexnau.com