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Tiny animals in teacups

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Today we discovered an adorable picture of a baby Koala being fed in a teacup. His name's Raymond, he was found abandoned on a roadside, and is being nursed back to health by a family in Brisbane, Australia.

But little Raymond isn't the only animal we found photographed hanging out in various types of crockery. There are countless pictures of animals so tiny, they could bathe in your morning cup of tea circulating across the internet.

Seeing as it's Friday (and it's cold, miserable, and probably dark outside by now) we decided to collect them all in one place for you - so whenever you're feeling blue, just return to Joey and his tiny, tea-cup-sized friends.

This orphan baby bunny was adopted by a Labrador. We don't know why he's hanging out in a cup, but it's very cute.

Ok, this micro pig isn't actually in a cup. But he probably could fit inside one if he tried.

It's a looong way down to the floor for these kittens.

Chicks hanging out in hand-painted goblets, for a change.

Ducklings with their own home-made jacuzzi.

In case you didn't realise these were fox cubs, there's a helpful, hand-painted cup.

This baby monkey has exceedingly good taste in china...

...As does this baby meerkat

These are dwarf mongooses, clearly itching to get out of this novelty tumbler.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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