Business Is Booming After Owners of a Turkish Café Adopt an Abandoned Baby Squirrel
The Killics tried to release the squirrel into the wild, but they say he kept coming back.
Sipping tea, chomping on some corn — Alvin the squirrel is living the good life now that he’s been adopted.
But it hasn’t always been like this. Enes and Minel Kilic, cafe owners from northwestern Turkey, say they found the abandoned baby squirrel in a tree hollow and decided to take him to the vet.
Apparently, having Alvin adorably scamper along their shoulders has been good for attracting customers too.
When Alvin isn’t working hard at the cafe, he’s chilling on a swing or taking in the beautiful views with his new human family.
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