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写真 | 2010年 02月 17日 21:55 JST

Cat nurses squirrel

<p>Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. The squirrel was found injured in a park. 



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Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medelmore

Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. The squirrel was found injured in a park. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel as her kitten plays with it at Gaviria's house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 


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Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel as her kitten plays with it at Gavimore

Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel as her kitten plays with it at Gaviria's house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>A squirrel plays with Tita and her kitten at the house of Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 



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A squirrel plays with Tita and her kitten at the house of Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, Februarymore

A squirrel plays with Tita and her kitten at the house of Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>A squirrel plays with a kitten at the house of resident Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 



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A squirrel plays with a kitten at the house of resident Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, February 1more

A squirrel plays with a kitten at the house of resident Ruben Gaviria in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 



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Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medelmore

Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 



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Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medelmore

Tita, a cat belonging to resident Ruben Gaviria, breastfeeds a squirrel at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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<p>A squirrel eats cat food alongside Tita, the cat, and its kitten which belong to resident Ruben Gaviria at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. 


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A squirrel eats cat food alongside Tita, the cat, and its kitten which belong to resident Ruben Gaviria at more

A squirrel eats cat food alongside Tita, the cat, and its kitten which belong to resident Ruben Gaviria at his house in Envigado near Medellin, February 16, 2010. REUTERS/Albeiro Lopera

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