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Belarus soldier Pyotr Pankratau rescues baby squirrel Minsk – PHOTOS

by Julia
September 30, 2012 at 6:04 am

This is not a rumor!

This is one of the cutest things we’ve ever seen!

Warrant officer Pyotr Pankratau, a former soldier in the Belarussian army, rescued from death and adopted a baby squirrel named Minsk.

Soldiers in Belarus found a baby squirrel that was almost dead and brought it to their officer, Pyotr Pankratau. The man managed to save the baby, feeding it every four hours until it recovered.

Pankratau left de army and now works as a taxi driver.

The pair seem inseparable and the pictures below speaks for themselves:

Photos: Sodahead

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