People are losing their cool over this pic of capybaras seeking shelter from the rain

11 of The World's Largest Rodents Adorably Seek Shelter from Rain
11 of The World's Largest Rodents Adorably Seek Shelter from Rain

What's cuter than one capybara hiding from the rain? Eleven capybaras waiting the storm out together under a shed!

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The Nagasaki Bio Park in Japan tweeted a photo of their capybaras — the largest rodent in the world -- taking shelter during a downpour on Thursday, and the Internet basically couldn't handle the cuteness overload.

The tweet's caption was a dialogue made-up by the park's staff that translated from Nagasaki dialect to English as:

"It's raining cats and dogs, ain't it?"

"And the wind's blowing cats and dogs too!"

"Reckon we ain't gonna get much done today."

The post has since been retweeted over 13,000 times and received more than 11,700 likes.

Many Japanese Twitter users have also sent their well wishes to the capybaras for them to take care and not catch a cold from the rain.

We'd gladly provide these furry animals a roof over their head anytime.

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