Squirrels …

Looks, innocent, doesn’t it?

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I don’t think squirrels are as forgetful or dumb as they want me to believe.


They watch … always, always watch…


I need Saphera to do this!


Why squirrels are NOT to be trusted!

What The Hell Did I Do

Trust me, a squirrel is never, ever as innocent as it looks!


I, Ms. Purrseidon, do NOT TRUST SQUIRRELS – and neither should you!

32 thoughts on “Squirrels …

    1. Our area practically doubles in population during the winter, when ‘snow birds’ come South … During that time, there are a lot of people in the park and many feed birds, squirrels and even other animals like raccoons and -believe it or not – alligators … most people live here year-round know better than to feed wildlife.
      Long story short, the extra food increases the population AND makes wild animals view humans as a food source… not good, when the extra vitals stop and the starving squirrels become aggressive. So, yes they are funny, but they can also become a problem.


      1. I know. We used to call them yard rats. I have birds living and nesting in my trees….it’s hilarious when they start chasing the squirrels who get too close!
        They do chew up cables and things here….damn yard rats! LOL

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      2. That’s exactly what my husband calls them. 😉 They ate a hole in one neighbor’s eaves, got into the attic and created a major mess, which cost them thousands … they call them _-od _amned yard rats.


      3. I’ve lived worse places, but the thing I dislike most about the oak is that I’m allergic to its airborne pollen, so in the spring, it feels like my head is about to explode.


      4. I suspect we’d have survived to warn others not to move there … for the life of me, I can’t figure out why so many with allergies move to the desert – don’t they realize that the majority of those plants have airborne pollen and they bloom with the rain? Worse, when it doesn’t rain, there’s dust… I avoid that sort of destination.


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  3. Surprisuingly we don’t see many here on the marina, but there are many in the park and up in the Abbey grounds. Cheeky little critters, but I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of those teeth. Maggie rolled one once, and got a bloody nose as the damn thing nipped her!

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    1. The ones at the park we like to go to literally stalk people. They’re kind of cute during winter, when ‘the snow birds are here’ and the park if full… with lots of people feeding them. It’s now summer, and very few people go to the park, so those squirrels are threatening.

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  4. OMC. We just consider them entertainment around here. Mom could hardly believe that squirrel jumping on the cat. Mom found a newborn baby squirrel on our front steps a few days ago. She doesn’t know how it got there. It was alive and wiggling around. Dad put it under the tree where we know the squirrel nest is. He is no longer there. We are hopping his mom rescued him and that he was not eaten by a predator, as we have many…groundhogs, skunks, possums, raccoons. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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    1. The squirrel we have near the house isn’t bad, but the ones at the park expect people to feed them. They are one of the few things I know of that terrify Purrseidon…. They make the hair on the back of my neck stand on end, too.


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