From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
So nice of the folks to leave me a snack!
Hmm, there’s a disturbance in the Force…
Rodent sense, tingling…
Better check it out.
Better eat faster!
Copyright 2014, Lori Fontanes
animals, back-to-nature, cats, home, humor, living in suburbia, nature, pets, photography, seasons, wildlife
November 4, 2014
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You are a woman of great patience and forbearance. I would chased the little wretch once I saw the mess he’d made. Or she.
He had terrible timing, too–waited until Halloween so I had to clean it all up before the trick or treaters arrived!!! *sigh*
It’s a good thing that the squirrel couldn’t read the headstone next to the pumpkin! Too cute!
Hahaha! You’re right! Instead it turned out to be curtains for that fancy squash!!!
Haha I love these!
Hilarious! I don’t think I have ever had a squirrel go for a pumpkin. Down here we can only have them carved for a day or two as the bugs and heat get to them. Not carved ones last a little longer.
We have squirrels to do all the carving around here. 😉
lol…too funny!!!! He is pretty cute though—- the way he is taking care of “his” pumpkin!
Nothing goes to waste when there’s a squirrel around! 🙂
Snorts – that’s why you need me there. I can take care of both of those situations for you. The squirrel I can send to counseling with Journalist Rocky the Squirrel here. And that gorgeous delectable looking pumpkin I can personally take care of in about two minutes flat. Licks piggy lips 🙂 XOXO – Bacon
It was, indeed, an edible *not* ornamental squash. Not that a squirrel can tell the diff. 😉
He came early for trick-or-treating 🙂
He’s *still* trick or treating, too! 🙂
He needs a calendar.
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