This might be one of the best animal videos I’ve ever seen. It looks like a family is walking through the park when a wild squirrel walks straight up to them and politely asks for water from one of the individual’s water bottles.

It is common knowledge that there is a big difference between “city squirrels” and “rural squirrels,” and this little guy has to be a concrete-jungle veteran. You wouldn’t ever see a rural squirrel walk up and beg for water like this. They have too much pride.

This squirrel clearly has some experience in asking for water since it motions its hands for the bottle. I know you usually aren’t supposed to feed wild animals, but is there a clause in that law if the animal is to ask nicely like this squirrel does?

The video is captioned “Nothing beats a kind heart,” and I think that applies for both the person that gave up their water bottle and the polite squirrel. Watch the feel-good video below:


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