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Sloth in a onesie! Orphaned baby saved from infection by home remedy with pajama-like bandage

This is perhaps the most fun form of alternative medicine. Two orphaned baby sloths are treated for mange, dressed in what looks like an ‘Onsie’.

The twin sloths may look cute in the alternate outfits, but it’s actually a way to rid their tiny bodies of the parasitic mites.

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Snug: The orphaned sloth looks like they're wearing pajamas during their scabies treatment

Snug: The orphaned sloth looks like they’re wearing pajamas during their scabies treatment

Because the sloths are orphaned, they are more likely to contract an infection Because the sloths are orphaned, they are more likely to contract an infection

Because the sloths are orphaned, they are more likely to contract an infection

They may be a growing trend for humans, but the baby sloths didn’t seem to mind either.

Because they are not raised by their mothers, they are more prone to infections because they lack the antibodies in their breast milk.

In their case, they suffer from a nasty mange – a skin infection caused by mites hiding in the fur and on the skin.

The little creatures need to be shaved to get rid of the mites hiding in their fur The little creatures need to be shaved to get rid of the mites hiding in their fur

The little creatures need to be shaved to get rid of the mites hiding in their fur

The sloth's bald bodies are then covered with a mixture of sulfur and lard The sloth's bald bodies are then covered with a mixture of sulfur and lard

The sloth’s bald bodies are then covered with a mixture of sulfur and lard

Fortunately for them, the couple was taken care of by the owner of the shelter, Judy Avey-Arroyo in Costa Rica.

She has used her home remedy system to treat them. The first stage was shaving the babies – completely removing the fur, which in turn removes all the mites.

She then coats their bare skin with a balm of sulfur and lard, which soothes the skin and suffocates the remaining mites.

The sloth's body is then wrapped in bandages to prevent the balm from coming off The sloth's body is then wrapped in bandages to prevent the balm from coming off

The sloth’s body is then wrapped in bandages to prevent the balm from coming off

The orphan looks cozy in his new bandage, which looks like pajamas The orphan looks cozy in his new bandage, which looks like pajamas

The orphan looks cozy in his new bandage, which looks like pajamas

In the final stage, the creatures are wrapped in bandages to prevent them from licking the balm.

The colorful bandages look like the animals are in their pajamas.

The Animal Planet video shows the pair hugging each other, which is apparently common for orphaned sloths.

The twin sloths cuddle after their treatment - in coordinating dressings The twin sloths cuddle after their treatment - in coordinating dressings

The twin sloths cuddle after their treatment – in coordinating dressings

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