Everyone gets stressed sometimes and just needs to relax. If you’ve ever been stressed out (and who hasn’t been?), maybe, like many people, you find comfort in a nice, soothing soak in the tub with some bubbles.
For most of us, it’s a great way to unwind after a long day and recharge for the next one.
But for one tiny creature, a bubble bath was life-saving.
A pipistrelle bat, a type of small bat, had flown into some flypaper and was covered from ear to wing in sticky glue, and he could hardly move. Luckily, the kind people at the RSPCA in West Hatch, England, knew just what to do, and how to make sure this little bat got through his ordeal.
Some people might think of bats as creepy, but really, they’re animals just like any other, and while they get associated with spooky things, they’re actually really cute!
If you need convincing, check out these tiny cotton ball bats that live in Honduras.
See how this tiny bat got the help he desperately needed in the form of a life-saving bubble bath below, and be careful where you put your flypaper!
[H/T: The Dodo]