Alvin, the pet squirrel, drinks tea just like Turks after being rescued
Alvin, the pet squirrel, drinks tea just like Turks after being rescued

Alvin, the pet squirrel, drinks tea just like Turks after being rescued

The traditional black tea, which is a highly popular hot beverage among Turkish people, has become the obsession of this adorable bushy-tailed pet squirrel. A Turkish couple came across an abandoned infant squirrel that was left alone in a tree hole in the northern Kocaeli province. The baby started to chase them everywhere in the forest and refused to return back to home. Enes and Minel Kılıç decided to adopt the fluffy rodent, which later had no difficulty connecting with human friends, Turkish traditions and culture. He now enjoys drinking black tea in tulip-shaped glasses, eating chocolate and crisps for breakfast.

Haber Merkezi 16:20 November 20, 2021 IHA, Yeni Şafak

Alvin, the pet squirrel, drinks tea just like Turks after being rescued

The traditional black tea, which is a highly popular hot beverage among Turkish people, has become the obsession of this adorable bushy-tailed pet squirrel. A Turkish couple came across an abandoned infant squirrel that was left alone in a tree hole in the northern Kocaeli province. The baby started to chase them everywhere in the forest and refused to return back to home. Enes and Minel Kılıç decided to adopt the fluffy rodent, which later had no difficulty connecting with human friends, Turkish traditions and culture. He now enjoys drinking black tea in tulip-shaped glasses, eating chocolate and crisps for breakfast. The traditional black tea, which is a highly popular hot beverage among Turkish people, has become the obsession of this adorable bushy-tailed pet squirrel. A Turkish couple came across an abandoned infant squirrel that was left alone in a tree hole in the northern Kocaeli province. The baby started to chase them everywhere in the forest and refused to return back to home. Enes and Minel Kılıç decided to adopt the fluffy rodent, which later had no difficulty connecting with human friends, Turkish traditions and culture. He now enjoys drinking black tea in tulip-shaped glasses, eating chocolate and crisps for breakfast.
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