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Friendly porcupine

 
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Haven't seen one this friendly before.
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So cute.... What a different porcupine experience.
 
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just dont pet em the wrong way
 
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Oh my gosh, could that be any cuter?
 
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That is amazing!  I have never seen a domesticated porcupine!  I noticed that she was wearing pretty thick gloves.
 
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That was the coolest thing I've seen all day.

 
                                
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craftylittlemonkey wrote:
Oh my gosh, could that be any cuter?

Yes! If it were a baby one

Pretty darn cute though, I especially liked the spinning around.
 
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