On Tuesday, the Sloth Sanctuary of Costa Rica (SSCR) shared the above photo of its newest resident, Ash.
The photo's caption tells the story of Ash's rescue: "A local Puerto Viejo couple were on the beach and saw something tiny and white moving under a nearby almond tree."
He had fallen from the tree and there wasn't a mother sloth anywhere to be found.
"The rescuers brought the baby to us and had named the sloth Ashley, though it was shortened to Ash - when our vets determined [he] was a male," the caption continued.
SSCR is a home for orphaned and injured sloths who need a place to rest and recover until they can go back into the wild, but it's also a permanent home for those sloths who were orphaned at a particularly young age.