Tiny otter cub gets named after the ferry captain who kept him warm under his jacket

A tiny otter cub was rescued by a wildlife sanctuary after becoming separated from his mum - and was named after the ferry captain who kept him warm under his jacket. The cub, now named Rodgie, was found on the remote Isle of Yell, the second largest Shetland island, on April 9 at 11am. The hairless cub was spotted under a minivan by driver Keith Nisbet, who had to emergency stop when an otter dashed in front of him.