49ers' Colin Kaepernick Has Gigantic Tortoise and Twitter-Happy Father
Colin Kaepernick doesn't merely have a powerful arm and the trust of Jim Harbaugh—he also has a tortoise and a father who loves him.
This would be the moment where you lend a collective "awww" to the mix.
If not, save it. There will be plenty of time to proclaim how adorable things are for Kaepernick, his father and that tortoise we just told you about.
BuzzFeed reports on some beautifully bizarre happenings over on Twitter that shows a proud papa enjoying his son's rise to prominence in the league.
The report does well to introduce us to Rick Kaepernick, Colin's father, who is vice president of operations for Hilmar Cheese Company.
Next we get a great big look at Sammy, the 49ers quarterback's tortoise. A pet that Rick features in some of his many tweets to and about his son, who is taking the NFL nation by storm.
The post is filled with hilarity, and we take some of the best that had us chuckling over a father whose pride in his son is spilling over into social media circles.
Here is Sammy in one of pop's tweets.
Kaepernick (@QBDAD7) September 22, 2012
Colin Kaepernick must like turtles.
kaepernick (@forklift10) September 22, 2012
Rick was then gracious enough to exchange pleasantries with a fan about Sammy and his future home away from home.
@kaepernick7 well, when I see you Monday night, that T-shirt should say RICK:)At least it would be the truth!!!— Rick Kaepernick (@QBDAD7) November 3, 2012
It seems like Colin comes from great people, a family that takes great pride in his accomplishments and, thankfully, have no qualms about sharing in his accomplishments.
He will even go to great lengths to bring the family pet in for some interesting portraits.
Kaepernick (@QBDAD7) October 6, 2012
Rick is just a regular football dad whose son happens to play for the San Francisco 49ers. If you need me, I will be keeping up with the Kaepernicks.
Hit me up on Twitter for more "Aww Shucks" moments.
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