Two tiny, orphaned otters have making a big ruckus to thank for helping save them.
The RSPCA said the six-week-old otter cubs found along a riverbank in Powys in Wales after a good Samaritan heard crying and went to investigate.
“The cubs were sadly very cold and dehydrated, but they are now receiving lots of love and care,” the RSPCA said Monday morning.
The animal welfare group’s Stapeley Grange branch is now taking care of the babies.
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🦦 Two orphaned six-week-old otter cubs were rescued after they were heard crying on a riverbank in #Powys 🥺— RSPCA (England & Wales) (@RSPCA_official) May 8, 2023
The cubs were sadly very cold and dehydrated, but they are now receiving lots of love and care at @RSPCAStapeley💙
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