Two Dogs Have Become Best Friends With An Orphaned Racoon
Jun 23, 2015
Remember, when dealing with raccoons, they're not domesticated and raccoons in the wild can carry diseases. While it's likely this raccoon has the best doctors he could ever want, the ones you're likely to see raiding your trash can at night definitely don't. If you encounter one that needs help, it's best to contact your local experts.
Now, we're not saying you should actively try and get a raccoon for a pet. That would be a fool's errand. But nobody can watch this video and argue that this little critter isn't as adorable as his adoptive canine brothers. The way he plays with his family shows how much they've all accepted each other and that's the very basis of love right there.