Three little opossum siblings were snuggled in their mom's pouch when she was struck by a car last month in Oklahoma. The mom died, but, fortunately, the siblings survived.
They were brought to WildCare Oklahoma so that wildlife rehabilitators could help the orphans grow up strong and eventually be released back into the wild.
It was there that the siblings discovered their affinity for sleeping all curled up together in a basket. Rescuers call them the "basket kids."