This is quite honestly the most adorable thing you're liable to see all day. Don't argue--just accept it.
I was thinking about it recently, Internets, and I realized that I post an awful lot of animal-themed hats on here. In specific, I probably post more octopus hats than anything else, but as a class, this blog has seen a whole lot of mammalian hats. Cats, dogs, squirrels, pigs, raccoons, bears of all kinds, koalas (and no, they're not bears,) pandas (ditto that,) moose, lions, birds, deer, sheep, cows, foxes--you name it, and they've been commemorated in hat form and then posted about on this blog. In fact, I probably posted so many animal hats on here that it's hard to think of a specie that hasn't received millinery-and-subsequent-HH treatment.
And then, it hit me: beavers. I don't believe I have posted a single, solitary beaver hat on here, so that is precisely what I am going to do today.
First up is this fleecy beaver hat, complete with button eyes and a button nose. It also has a tail, but you can't see it in this pic.
This beaver hat is also made of fleece, but is far more anime-eqsue in style than the first one. Just look at that adorable :3 smile!
It also has a tail, in case you are wondering.
Meanwhile, not only is this beaver hat made out of yarn (!) it also does not come equipped with a tail. But it does come with a scarf, so it all evens out.
And finally, for those who think that Canada should ditch the beaver as its heraldic beastie on the account that it's too much of a wimp, I would like you to take a look at this beaver hat:
And on that note, the "beaver = wimp" argument is null and void. You're welcome, Canada.
See you Friday!