Going Viral: Bear Saves Baby Raccoon
Talk about cute animal videos!
A mouth-watering Brooklyn bear (a heterosexual one, at that) is making headlines after a video showing his rescue of a baby raccoon started to go viral.
The New York Daily News reports:
Talk about illegal sublets. It took guts for a shirtless William Levin to reach into a tiny hole and pluck a crying, chittering raccoon kit from the wall of his Park Slope apartment, but it had to be done. The baby needed a little help after it fell from its mother’s nest late Monday and got itself stuck in the cramped wall behind the kitchen stove. The couple had been getting ready for bed and there wasn’t time to put on a shirt, Levin told the Daily News. “I don’t know what real man is at home wearing a shirt,” he said. Levins’ wife, Malya, caught the heroic rescue on video as Levin carved a hole with a hammer, reached in and pulled out a screaming kit. He got a good look at the critter when he checked out the baby in the bathroom mirror. The raccoon — a little girl — is believed to be only 5 weeks old.