I know this isn't house related but just look at this isn't it adorable

A bat with a bat dummy. are you kidding me with this cuteness 😍

Yes, yes you can. | Can You Get Through This Post Without Admitting Bats Are Actually Kinda Cute?

Yes, yes you can.

Can You Get Through This Post Without Admitting Bats Are Actually Kinda Cute?

These baby bats are surprisingly cute. If you only saw their faces, they look like puppies.

Adorable Little Bats

This is a bat hospital in Australia, that takes is abandoned baby bats.

If you still hate bats- how could you not see this precious as a unique help to the cycle of so many thingsl! They help control insects, provide fertilizer, help spread plants' seeds..

If you still hate bats- how could you not see this precious as a unique help to the cycle of so many thingsl! They help control insects, provide fertilizer, help spread plants' seeds. I personally love bats.

An orphaned flying fox bat being  looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)

An orphaned flying fox bat being looked after at a Sydney sanctuary. (Photo: Supplied/Landcare Australia)////aw it's adorable

Ok, there is nothing more adorable than a baby bat               Check out more #Art & #Designs at: http://www.vektfxdesigns.com

Ok, there is nothing more adorable than a baby bat dive bombing me so that he can figure out WHAT is all that WARM over there.

Baby bat in blue snuggly wrap with pacifier and direct soft eye gaze

finkspiration: “ paddysnuffles: “ zooophagous: “ “ makilikesflowers: “ An angel ” Wtf bats swim ” Omfg ” Here’s another little-known bat fact: Orphaned baby bats are often swaddled tightly.

Baby Flying Fox practicing his best 'Dracula' impression...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Baby Bats and Buddies of Australia - Larry doing his Count Dracula impression :)

Sleepy flying fox pup ... Flying-foxes have large forward facing eyes and they share the same visionary pathways as primates. They have excellent day and night vision and they use both their sharp eyesight and their keen sense of smell to help them locate blossom and fruit. Flying-foxes also rely on those endlessly waggling ears to alert them to danger and to keep them in touch with their surroundings.

Some may like it hot, but not Australia’s Fruit Bats. A spring heat wave with temperatures over 100 degrees F has killed many adult Fruit Bats, leaving their babies orphaned and in need of care. That’s why the Australian Bat.

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catsbeaversandducks: “ The cutest burritos on the menu: Baby Bat Burritos! Photos by ©Baby Bats and Buddies of Bats QLD - Bats QLD Home ”

Look at that face...

Caesar - gray-headed flying fox Digital painting and Photoshop effect filters Original photo by Nathan Hogarth

Orphaned Bat Pups Cared for in Australian Clinic. One of the cutest things I have ever seen. I want one!!!

Orphaned Bat Pups Cared for in Australian Clinic

Orphaned Bat Pups Cared for in Australian Clinic. One of the cutest things I have ever seen. I want one!!!

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