That's no gentleman. Did nobody teach it to chew with its mouth closed?
" He always eats on all fours, so, since it's so rare, when he sat on a chair to eat at the table like a gentleman, I took a video, but he wound up jumping on the table to eat just like he always does. lol."
Wild animals don't belong at tables.
Why the fuck is this otter living in a common domicile? Is keeping an otter really an acceptable option for a pet? (Don't get me started on ferrets.)
EDIT: Also, yes, that's very cute even if seemingly unnatural.
Having seen this I now know eating all those Otter Pops as a kid was wrong. I am truly sorry.
Proper little gentleman? I can only imagine the outrage if a female otter was called a proper little lady. Have we no standards?
Of course they do. What do you do, eat them off the floor like some kind of filthy barbarian?
I am trying to figure out what that poor creature in the back is, some sort of primate it looks like, in a tiny glass enclosure.
I really hope this is some sort of rescue place.
Dunno, but there's a damned
roo wallaby in a tiny cage in the background of one the other vids. That's all kinds of fucked up.
Edit: According to Google's Automatic Language Mangler, other inmates there include a loris, a little owl and the wallaby. Vids go back a couple of years or so.
I has a sad, now.
Also, let's not forget - let's not forget, Dude - that keeping wildlife, an amphibious rodent, for uh, domestic, you know, within the city - that ain´t legal either.
Get back to me when he learns how to use chopsticks.
You're killing me.
And now I'm ready to start my day.
It's a Slow Loris.
Depends. Do you have kids?
definitely not. i went to a pet store in tokyo and it was the most depressing thing i've ever seen: all manner of tiny monkeys, overbred dogs and weird owls...