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Mid-week demonic update: Like a bat out of heck

I’m so cute… You can trust me… My friends and I don’t want to suck your blood… Really…

The Honduran white bat is “near threatened” on the Endangered species list. They look like little flying cotton balls with yellow piglet noses and ears, no doubt to lull you into a false sense of security.

Cottonballs--they don't want to suck your blood. No, really.

These little guys don’t live in scary bat caves. They build these leaf-tents. They organize in harems–so what you’re looking at is a male and his females. Ooooh, evil harems.

You can trust them. They won't hurt you at all. White! See, they're white.

My info says they are one of the few species of tent-building bats that don’t fly away the second they’re disturbed. Come a little closer, they say…

See those little brown marks on the leaf? That’s where they bit the crap out of it. Who’s to say they won’t do the same to you…

Make sure to come back Saturday for Asmodeus. With a name like that, you know he’s got to be evil. And at least he has the decency to look ugly.

Source: CuteOverload


About teresawilde

Author of Young Adult Paranormals, Paranormal Romance, Historical Paranormal Romance, tragical- comical-historical-pastoral, scene individable, and poem unlimited.

4 responses to “Mid-week demonic update: Like a bat out of heck

  1. Barbara Monajem ⋅

    Totally adorable. Thanks, Teresa.

  2. teresawilde ⋅

    Thanks for reading, Barbara!

  3. doina

    can you get a picture of the “cute monsters” face………… PLEASe!are very tallented anyway they and you

  4. teresawilde ⋅

    Thanks, Doina! Unfortunately, they aren’t my photos. Try googling “Honduran white bat”

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