Four tiny red squirrel kittens have been rescued after being blown out of their tree-top home in Northumberland.
In the meantime these furry friends are well on the road to recovery.
The squirrels' mother was nowhere to be seen when they were found, so a volunteer has to feed them goat's milk through a little bottle every three hours.
The centre's owner, Kim Olson, said the squirrels are doing brilliantly - and are extremely lively and mischievous. Looks like they're nuts for each other!
These adorable red squirrel kittens are being cared for by an animal rescue centre in Northumberland, after the tail of Hurricane Katia blew them out of their nest.
The tiny kittens, thought to be about five weeks old, were found by a passer-by after gale-force winds battered the area. They were then taken to the Sanctuary Wildlife Care Centre to be looked after.
It is thought that if the squirrels hadn't been rescued they probably would have died within five hours. They're now in the sanctuary where over 150 other animals live - including donkeys, birds, a badger cub and even a skunk!
The centre's owner is hoping to gradually release the new arrivals back into the wild next spring. Looks like they're ready to go!
Despite being rescued, the kittens now face a new threat: the care centre they're in is run by volunteers and might have to shut down due to a lack of money. It's not yet known whether this will definitely have to happen.