Needy Raccoon Demands Human Petting At All Times

coxyjenPublished: November 28, 2017Updated: November 29, 2017126,677 views
Published: November 28, 2017Updated: November 29, 2017

Pets are amazing creatures that brighten up our lives. Of course, they can be a lot of hard work to raise, some might say it is almost like raising another child, but the love and memories they give are worth the trouble! This raccoon tends to create memorable moments with her adorable reaction to human petting! Roper the raccoon loves being pet and having her back scratched. Check out what she does the second her owner stops petting her. Hilarious!

While petting can be a great way of showing affection to your beloved pet companion, once they get used to it, they can become more demanding for your attention and affection later on! Take this raccoon for example! She demands more petting from owner and won’t let let him stop until she feels like it! This adorable pet just wants all the love she can get!

The little raccoon has some demands and is very tenacious about it. Who knew that raccoons could get so pushy and demanding when they want something? Roper, the raccoon shows her owner what the true meaning of endless petting is. She doesn’t seem to have any understanding that her owner might want to stop, eventually. Whenever there’s any pause in the scratches, Roper insistently demands all the attention to be directed back towards her. Hilarious!

It is obvious that this needy raccoon loves human affection, and won't let her owner stop petting until she says so! Watch as the pushy raccoon demands endless petting and doesn’t stop with her bossy attitude! She takes the human hand like she owns it and places it on her back, over and over again! Adorable!

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    JudyJones · 49 weeks ago

    The way this coon is biting at itself, it's obvious that it has got either a bad flea or tick infestation, or a skin disease. THAT'S why it wants scratching - because it itches.