3 Newborn Goats Get Tiny Hand-Knit Sweaters To Stay Warm

We’ve seen dogs, chickens and even penguins in sweaters, but these 3 newborn goats reach the ultimate level of cuteness. Born just a few days ago, the Nigerian Dwarf goat triplet received tiny custom-knit sweaters to keep them warm at the Sunflower Farm in Maine.

“The sweaters were a gift from a lovely farm follower in Tennessee who read that we had given away our pajamas to a farm where goats were born in the middle of winter and one was lost and so she wanted to replace them with her own creations,” the farm’s Hope Hall told Bored Panda. “The night our second doe kidded it was below freezing so we decided it was a perfect time to have them try out Stella’s cozy wool sweaters. Since they looked so cute, and to show Stella how well they fit we posted the video of them the next morning, healthy and cozy on their first walk with mom about the farm. Stella is going to visit the farm this summer with her daughter and we can not wait to meet her.”

The hand-knit sweaters are a present from Stella, a farm follower from Tennessee

 

Watch the video here:

Thank you, Hope Hall, for talking to Bored Panda about your cute baby goats!

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20+ Adorable Pics To Celebrate Hedgehog Day

Did you know that hedgehog’s spikes are actually hair stiffened by keratin? Better be easy on that new keratin shampoo that you bought. But we’re sure you won’t be surprised by a definitely scientific fact that hedgehogs are absolutely adorable.

We have gathered some empirical data to ground our claim. Today is Hedgehog Appreciation Day, what better time to spread the message? So here it is. Help us collect more evidence of cute by uploading your photos of these tiny creatures!

 

Read more: http://www.boredpanda.com/cute-hedgehogs/

Baby Panda Kindergarten is the Cutest Thing You’ll See All Day

Brace yourself for cuteness overload.

Fifteen baby pandas are the newest members of panda “kindergarten” at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in China. At the weekend, the center held an opening ceremony for the 2016 class of cubs, which includes six sets of twins.

The pandas were bred earlier this year via artificial insemination and are “graduating” from the breeding center now that they’re bigger.

The Chengdu center breeds and rears giant pandas to increase population quantity and quality, and has successfully bred 172 newborn giant pandas over the last 20 years. 

Giant pandas are an endangered species, and less than 1,900 currently live in the wild, according to the World Wildlife Fund. 

Scroll down to check out more adorable baby panda pictures from the ceremony:

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