Squirrel served Daily ice cream mini cones in north carolina

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Putter the squirrel visits Fantasy Isle Ice Cream and Mini Golf in Holden Beach twice a day for mini vanilla ice cream cone.

A North Carolina squirrel is living the dream: two special mini cones of ice cream per day served up by her human friends.

Putter the squirrel lives in a tree above Fantasy Isle Ice Cream and Mini Golf in Holden Beach and has gotten quite comfortable fattening up with her daily treats.

“You call her name and she literally will come out of her nest in one of these big trees and hop her way down to the roof, ultimately to the rail, and waits on her cone,” owners Scott and Pam Martin told local affiliate WWAY.

The ice cream shop owners added that their furry friend first appeared last summer and hasn’t left their side since.

“A lady came back in and said, ‘There’s a little squirrel out there that I offered a little bite of my cone to, and she took off with the whole thing,'” Scott told ABC News of how they first discovered Putter. “First thing, I offered to get her a new cone. But then Putter kept coming back for more.”

Customers have even warmed up to the idea of the ice cream-loving squirrel.

“The first thing they ask for: ‘Is Putter here? Have you seen Putter today?’” Pam told the WWAY. “So they come. They know she’s here and they want to see her.”

Putter, who also goes by the nickname Put Put, eats her ice cream from personal, petite-sized cones the shop keeps in a plastic bag just for her. And her flavor of choice?

“Vanilla, and I started giving her no-sugar-added because I don’t need her to be a diabetic. It has nuts in it so she loves that,” Scott said with a laugh.

“She’s quite a little character,” he added. “She actually plays golf with the kids. She’ll run around the course and play with the golf balls. She’s a cute little mascot. We’re blessed to have her.”