video: An apprentice has became a devoted adoptive father to two tame grey squirrels

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An apprentice has became a devoted adoptive father to two tame grey squirrels after they roamed into the technician’s garage and made themselves at home.

Dan Fountaine, 19, has been syringe feeding the bushy tailed animals after they refused to leave their new warm home.

The grey squirrels at the Portways Garage in Leighton Buzzard, Beds. See Masons copy MNSQUIRRELS: An apprentice has became a devoted adoptive father to two tame grey squirrels after they roamed into the technician's garage and made themselves at home. Dan Fountaine, 19, has been syringe feeding the bushy tailed animals after they refused to leave their new warm home. The pair of rodents have been eating Weetabix and even perched on the shoulders of staff at the vehicles repair garage. Normally the critters would run a mile when a human gets within a few paces of them but these little ones are enjoying all of the fuss.

The grey squirrels at the Portways Garage in Leighton Buzzard, Beds. See Masons copy MNSQUIRRELS: An apprentice has became a devoted adoptive father to two tame grey squirrels after they roamed into the technician's garage and made themselves at home. Dan Fountaine, 19, has been syringe feeding the bushy tailed animals after they refused to leave their new warm home. The pair of rodents have been eating Weetabix and even perched on the shoulders of staff at the vehicles repair garage. Normally the critters would run a mile when a human gets within a few paces of them but these little ones are enjoying all of the fuss.

The pair of rodents have been eating Weetabix and even perched on the shoulders of staff at the vehicles repair garage.

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