Valentines is just around the corner, but why should humans have all the fun? The Vancouver Aquarium gave their otters a special treat ahead of Friday, February 14th. Their adorable video of the otters' Valentine's day gift is too cute for words.\nThe adorable otters are given delicious heart-shaped treats made of mostly ice and shrimp paste. We prefer chocolate, but as long as the otters are happy.\n"These treats are made from ice, fish fillet and shrimp paste," read a statement from Vancouver Aquarium to Narcity. The treats are part of an "Otter Enrichment Program" at the aquarium.\nThis is fast becoming one of our favourite v-day traditions. Last year, the aquarium also showered them with fishy gifts.\nIf you love otters and want to see them this February 14, you can join in magical the adults-only after-hours at the aquarium.\nThe famously fluffy otters are busy 24/7 with all manner of adorable hijinks, and it's open for all to see on their sea otter cam that you can view anytime.\nThe Vancouver Aquarium shared a video with Narcity showing the otters munching on some deliciously adorable Valentine's treats at the Vancouver Aquarium.\nThe otters have a busy schedule to keep. Between playing in the exhibit, entertaining guests, and carefully grooming themselves, they don't get much of a break.\nOtter Vancouver Aquarium\nIn the video, you can see them crunching with joy on their heart-shaped shrimpsicle treats. Frozen crustacean chunks never looked more appetizing.\nIt's certainly a well-deserved treat they're getting this Valentine's Day.\nWhen You’re Over #ValentinesDayWhen you’re over it. \n\nHappy #ValentinesDay to all the significant otters (and heartbreakers) out there from Hardy and #VanAquaPosted by Vancouver Aquarium on Friday, February 14, 2020\nOn Valentine's Day, Vancouver Aquarium shared another video of the otters playing with their pink icy heart-shaped treats. We can't get enough of these heartbreakers.\nOtters spend at least 30% of their time grooming, according to the Aquarium. They need to keep their fur clean in order to preserve the thin layer of air that keeps them insulated in water.\nView this post on Instagram #SnowDay, snow problem. ❄️ Katmai, along with Tanu, Mak, Kunik Hardy and Rialto showed us how a #Vancouver snow day otter be celebrated. (Psst, there’s even more otter snow angel 👼🏼 goodness over on our Facebook page.) A post shared by Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) on Feb 12, 2019 at 1:08pm PST\nAll of the otters living at the aquarium were rescued when they were babies, according to the aquarium's website, and they're so young when they're brought in that they don't even know how to feed or groom themselves.\n"Dedicated staff had to bottle-feed and groom them until they learned how to do it themselves. Now they’re thriving in their Aquarium habitat," says the Aquarium.\nView this post on Instagram Happy #ValentinesDay to you and your significant otters! A post shared by Vancouver Aquarium (@vanaqua) on Feb 14, 2019 at 6:58am PST\nWe hope you have a lovely Valentine's day. If not, these otters will hopefully kick your day back up.\nAnd if otters aren't doing it for you, the aquarium has a ton of "otter" amazing things to check out.