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Belarusian Army soldier on duty, finds dying baby squirrel under a tree, takes it to the base, feeds it and makes it his pet.

 
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Belarusian Army soldier on duty, finds dying baby squirrel under a tree, takes it to the base, feeds it and makes it his pet.
A nice story that sounds a little bit twilight zone-ish amid the 24/7 doom crap published by MSM.

A kind-hearted soldier rescued a baby squirrel on the verge of death and then nursed him back to health by feeding him every four hours.

Warrant officer Pyotr Pankratau was serving in the Belarussian army when he discovered the tiny baby squirrel under a tree.

Despite his military duties, Pankratau took him back to base and managed to squeeze in feeds of milk every four hours around his busy schedule.

Incredibly, the baby squirrel made a full recovery and stayed with Pankratau throughout his two years of service in the army.

Pankratau named the squirrel Minsk - after the Belarus capital - and he now never leaves his side.


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Wonder what would have happened if he was a soldier of the US Army... He probably would have been either beat to death within the base or arrested and the squirrel would have been shot, crushed or exploded with a hand grenade...

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Re: Belarusian Army soldier on duty, finds dying baby squirrel under a tree, takes it to the base, feeds it and makes it his pet.
Great, uplifting story. Surprised to see it at Doom Central.
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If I were an ancient alien genetic engineer jump-starting the development of the homo-sapiens on Earth, squirrels should have been my first option, not primates. They are way more funny than any other creature of nature, beside cats. They also have 5 fingers with a thumb, what makes them serious candidates to operate tools and perform complex tasks.

In due time squirrels evolved into humans would have been the better choice, IMO.
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Re: Belarusian Army soldier on duty, finds dying baby squirrel under a tree, takes it to the base, feeds it and makes it his pet.
A nice story that sounds a little bit twilight zone-ish amid the 24/7 doom crap published by MSM.

Warrant officer Pyotr Pankratau was serving in the Belarussian army when he discovered the tiny baby squirrel under a tree.

Despite his military duties, Pankratau took him back to base and managed to squeeze in feeds of milk every four hours around his busy schedule.

Incredibly, the baby squirrel made a full recovery and stayed with Pankratau throughout his two years of service in the army.

Pankratau named the squirrel Minsk - after the Belarus capital - and he now never leaves his side.


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what a lovely story, I have just emailed my children the link.
Why can't we have people like this around us.

I have nursed some animals over the years. We found a male blackbird who couldn't fly last week near our car. He looked like he had been attacked by a cat as he had lost a lot of feathers around his head. We couldn't see any damage though, just what eventually turned out to be a sprained leg we think and lack of food/exhaustion??
anyway, we put him in a bird cage for 3 days and fed him and kept him warm.

He flew out of the cage 3 days later and stopped on the fence to do that little chirping sound they do...then flew off.
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Re: Belarusian Army soldier on duty, finds dying baby squirrel under a tree, takes it to the base, feeds it and makes it his pet.
A nice story that sounds a little bit twilight zone-ish amid the 24/7 doom crap published by MSM.

Warrant officer Pyotr Pankratau was serving in the Belarussian army when he discovered the tiny baby squirrel under a tree.

Despite his military duties, Pankratau took him back to base and managed to squeeze in feeds of milk every four hours around his busy schedule.

Incredibly, the baby squirrel made a full recovery and stayed with Pankratau throughout his two years of service in the army.

Pankratau named the squirrel Minsk - after the Belarus capital - and he now never leaves his side.


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what a lovely story, I have just emailed my children the link.
Why can't we have people like this around us.

I have nursed some animals over the years. We found a male blackbird who couldn't fly last week near our car. He looked like he had been attacked by a cat as he had lost a lot of feathers around his head. We couldn't see any damage though, just what eventually turned out to be a sprained leg we think and lack of food/exhaustion??
anyway, we put him in a bird cage for 3 days and fed him and kept him warm.

He flew out of the cage 3 days later and stopped on the fence to do that little chirping sound they do...then flew off.
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I like squirrels. If I were a millionaire I would create a program for transmigrating and adapting them in South America. I believe in 2 or 3 generations they would have been fully adapted to tropical climate and vegetation. They would have some problems with snakes though.

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