Adorable moment a farmer finds a wild possum in her cupboard and offers the tiny marsupial an iconic Australian biscuit to munch on
- A farmer opened her kitchen cupboard to find a very adorable and gallant guest
- She offered the brushtail possum an Arrowroot biscuit on her farm in Australia
- The polite possum took the biccie in it’s tiny paws and nibbled on it graciously
A farmer has found an adorable house guest in her kitchen cupboard, and kindly offered the visitor a classic Aussie biscuit.
The woman found the brushtail possum sitting politely among her tea cups on her farm in the Australian bush, showed a TikTok video posted yesterday.
The possum graciously accepted the offer of an Arnott’s milk Arrowroot, holding it between its tiny paws and then nibbling on it gently.
A farmer found the adorable house guest sitting politely among her tea cups in her kitchen cupboard (pictured) on her farm in the Australian bush
The kindly offered the brushtail possum (pictured) a classic Aussie biscuit, the milk Arrowroot
The video, captioned ‘Hi there sir can I offer you a biscuit’, shows one joy of Australian country life.
The farmer admitted the possum had broken some cups, but said ‘his cuteness is good enough of an apology.’
‘Make the little guy a cup of tea?’ One follower asked, which would have been a nice accompaniment to the snack.
Another commenter suggested the possum reminded them of Magic Possum, the famous book by Mem Fox which follows the sneaky adventures of Grandma Poss and Hush.
Brushtail possums often take up residence in people’s roofs and above ceilings.
The animals are found throughout the eastern and northern parts of Australia, as well as some western regions, Tasmania and a number of offshore islands.
They can thrive in rural and urban environments as they are determined foragers with a liking for fruit trees, vegetable gardens, and kitchen raids.
The possum (pictured) graciously accepted the offer of an Arnott’s milk Arrowroot (pictured), holding it between its tiny paw and then nibbling on it gently
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