We've all performed our own food-inspired happy dance before, but this baby cottontail rabbit does it better. Rescued by a professional wildlife rehabilitator, the wild rabbit is being cared for until it's strong enough to be returned to the wild.

Although the adorable arm flailing looks like a jig for joy, it’s more than likely that this behaviour is actually the rabbit version of "kneading" (that tummy-pummelling routine your cat practices for hours while you’re trying to relax on the couch). Some baby animals do this while suckling in an attempt to stimulate lactation by pushing on their mothers' mammary glands. 

NOTE: This is a wild rabbit that was rescued by trained professionals. If you come across a baby animal, no matter how cute it is, it's always best to call in the pros before intervening.