Raccoon rascal! Mother’s sweet snaps reveal the unusual pet who’s made herself part of the family – and loves being bottle fed and playing with their dog
- A man from Canada shared pictures his mother took of their pet raccoon
- Boulette is seen being fed with a baby bottle and climbing a tree in the garden
- Unusual pet was rescued as a baby and plays happily with the family’s five dogs
A woman snapped adorable photos of her pet raccoon frolicking on her family’s land.
The unnamed woman, who lives in Canada, has captured Boulette the raccoon being fed from a baby bottle, climbing a tree, and playing with one of the family’s five dogs.
The images were shared by her son, who wanted to reassure his mother that she was a good photographer. They were later collated in a Bored Panda gallery.
Boulette was rescued after her mother was hit by a car. While experts advise against keeping raccoons as pets, Boulette is said to be very friendly and seems to be enjoying her life as a pet.
An unnamed woman, who lives in Canada, has captured Boulette the raccoon playing at the family home. Pictured, Boulette smelling flowers on the grass
Boulette was rescued after her mother was hit by a car and is now raised alongside the family’s five dogs. Pictured, snuggling up to one of her furry friends
Boulette was bottle fed after she was rescued as a baby when her mother was killed
The little animal loves to hang in her new family’s garden (pictured) and playing on sunny days
Boulette having a nap on the family’s sofa. Photos of the unusual pet have gone viral
Curious Boulette looks sweet as she enjoys a snack of corn on the cob in the garden
Raccoons are very unpredictable to both humans and other animals, but Boulette seemed to be enjoying her time with her adopted family (pictured)
A photo of the woman’s mother surrounded by the family’s five dogs and Boulette the raccoon
The raccoon has been very good at making friends, exchanging licks with the family’s pups
She is not shy and loves to play with all pooches, including this lovely Maltese Shih Tzu
Overall, Boulette is adapting well to her life with humans after they’ve rescued her