Ollie, a three-month old orphaned sea otter rescued off the coast of Santa Cruz, has a new home at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach.
Don't you wanna hug her and squeeze her into itty bitty pieces?
More pics and a video after the jump.
Since she had lost her mother, government wildlife officials determined the baby marine mammal incapable of taking care of herself in the wild, reports ZooBorns. So Ollie was transfered to the Sea Otter Research and Conservation Center in Northern California for temporary care until she was adopted by the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Visitors can see her on the aquarium's behind-the-scenes tour.
And now for some cuteness.
And a video of Ollie's first couple weeks at the aquarium.
All together now: Awwwww.