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Dogs and cats, otters and cubs – when winter hits, creatures turn to each other for comfort and heat
By People Staff
Posted on January 12, 2011 at 11:00pm EDT
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One tight hug makes for one warm pair! A long-tailed macaque cozies up to his feline friend on a chilly winter’s day.
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Hotter or notter? These otters appear to find a sweet spot, despite the surrounding snow.
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Even when they’re in the sun, baby elephants can always use a little extra warmth courtesy of their pals.
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Ahh, that’s the spot!
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This army of two uses a mutual cuddle to heat things up.
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When you don’t have one of those luxe warming massage chairs, a backrub from a friend will have to do.
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This kitten would agree that on a January night, there’s no better place to be than right in the nook.
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Mom always said you’d catch a cold if you didn’t wear a hat outside.
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True, they’re wearing fur coats, but those pink faces may be signs of a chill. Get closer, guys!
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When all else fails, a chic Burberry blanket certainly helps the warming process, no?