These days, making friends outside of some social network seems like an impossible task to people of a certain generation and beyond. It’s just the changing times. However, one way to make sure that a friendship has no online ties is for it to happen with an animal. Since, as yet, they don’t use the Internet. Although science is trying to address that little oversight.
A West Virginia woman made friends with a mother raccoon searching for food for her babies. Proving a reliable food source, her home has become something of a second home to a family of raccoons (well, around three) and she recently published featuring photos and anecdotes about her new animal friends. Proving to do things especially old school, there isn’t even an e-book format for it.
SOURCE: The Inter Mountain