Meet Beave, a sweet rescued beaver that lives with Nancy, a wildlife rehabilitation expert.
When he was just 3 weeks old, Beave ended up at her house.
Beave was found all alone on the side of the road, and Nancy assumes that the beaver’s parents were killed because they couldn’t leave him there alone.
But beavers have strong instincts that Mother Nature has endowed them with.
The fact is that beavers live with their parents for about 2 years, during which they learn everything from them.
And wherever the beaver is, it eventually starts building a dam.
And if the beaver does not live in the wild, but lives in your house, then get ready for the fact that he will begin to carry all your things and use them for construction.
Here’s what Nancy said about the construction of Beave:
“Beave is just starting to build a dam with household items, but has not yet begun construction outside or in the water. He makes a dam almost every night. When I clean everything, he just rebuilds it!”
In its tenacious paws and sharp teeth there are mops, buckets, rags and even a plunger.
And these are not the usual dams that beavers make out of wood. Beave gathers everything he can find in the house and stuffs it into the doorway to create a dam.
Figurines, pillows, shoes, buckets, clothes, toilet rugs, brushes, boxes, toys – whatever you name it, he’s most likely already used it to construct one of his dams.
Beave has his own TikTok account, where over 1.5 million people follow his daily adventures.