A raccoon in its more natural habitat: nature.

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Animals hanging out in airports are usually kept in carriers, sometimes held close on leashes. Rarely are they peering over your shoulder from a hole in the ceiling.

People collecting their luggage at Toronto Pearson International Airport were greeted by an adorable little raccoon who had somehow managed to get up into the ceiling, CBC News Toronto reported. Just look at this cute trash burglar:

The lucky Canadians who were graced by the raccoon’s presence reacted with some infectious Canadian joy and laughter once they saw the little mammal, which just makes the whole scene even better.

The same raccoon (or perhaps its raccoon accomplice) was spotted elsewhere in the airport about seven hours later, still hanging out in the ceiling. 

Hopefully the staff at Toronto Pearson learn to live in harmony with the ceiling raccoon, because who wouldn’t want to be greeted by them?

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