The contents of a mound of parcels being carried to the garden section at a Home Depot amazed workers. Carrying items from one area of the shop to another is a routine occurrence, but no one expects to find life in mulch sacks, for example.
This occurred to a Home Depot employee in Colorado, who discovered a poignant sight that grabbed his heart rather than a product.
The worker was taken aback when he saw a family of hairy animals resting in a shelter created between the mulch sacks. The organic product appeared to be the most comfortable place for the little animals to curl up and fall asleep.
The little animals were nothing more than adorable newborn raccoons with pipe cleaner tails. Because the animals were so little that they couldn’t have gotten there on their own, the most likely explanation is that the mother constructed the small shelter herself.
When we peek inside the improvised cave, we can see that the mother worked hard to build it, but it was well worth it for her children.
Although he punctured a few bundles of product while at work, we believe the boss did not find the incident particularly scandalous. In the store, however, according to photographs provided by Imgur user Elborrach0666, they took care to ensure that the critters were not in danger, much less disturbed.
The business waited a few days for the mother to return, but the raccoon never did, so they called the Wildlife Division and handed over the three raccoons they named Rocket, Nibbler Jr., and Nacho.