Time and again, you scroll past a lovely Facebook post about a person who you don't really like. 

But voila! There they are, posing with their pet in a picture.

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While you might have scrolled past his post, you look at the furball's cute face and decide to give it a like.

This is a frequent incident on social media. 

Whether it is cats...

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or dogs...

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or even goddamn sloths.

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We love furry beings and we don't lie. You other brothers can't deny.

Even when someone wants an exotic pet like a turtle, we are often very supportive. 

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As a matter of fact, I've always wanted a pet. My mother is allergic to dogs and she is scared of birds. So, I could have never gotten a pet.

Now that I'm an adult (I spend a ton of money on video games; but no one can stop me because I'm an adult now), I am seriously considering getting a pet.

This was till I saw the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. And there he was.

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Baby Groot! In all his cuteness. 

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The character of Groot, who’s a vulnerable, adorable little guy, and kicks some extreme ass during fight sequences, is something we all need in our lives.

If, for some reason, you've been living under a rock; please know that Baby Groot is an infant-like wooden stump with seemingly no memory of his previous life. 

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It does totally make sense - there's something about that small little creature that brings out the desire to protect, just like I assume having a child would.

I could go on a walk with him.

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And Baby Groot can assist me in my work.

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Or probably go on a drive with him.

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Baby Groot can also play some AMAZING music.

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We are Groot!