Notice where he is eating his luscious little peanut!
(I’m not too mean: At least it is a live trap = all expense paid to somewhere far away.)
LOL! I would say “defiant.” He may be smarter than the trap. 🙂
He was even trying to lift it up (from the outside, of course) to get at the nuts.
This is awesome ! He even has extra in his cheeks !
They kept getting bigger and bigger!
Awww! I love squirrels. Ship it here! 🙂
I will ship him to you. I think he is cute, but I have a grudge against him because everytime last year when I had a tomato just about ready and ripe, he ate it!
Ahhh, I don’t grow anything. Have thought about it, but I’d rather be out taking pictures. 🙂 If the squirrel didn’t eat everything, our 4 dogs would. lol
I have pretty much given up in the desert anyway. Too much water!
If you move him, what about his family???? 🙂 Don’t they mate for life? Looks like he may have outsmarted you!
Well, chances are I won’t catch him, but if I do, I will feel guilt.
Sometimes necessity wins out over guilt. Are the squirrels distractive? We have so many, we just ignore them. Although I have three cats, so not many squirrels come close to my house.
But I did see one mourning over a fallen friend that ended up as road kill. 😛
It will probably be like those Disney movies where the animal finds its way back throuigh thick and thin!
LOL, you could write a whole book on this subject! The image that comes to mind is the cartoon The Sword in the Stone when merlin turned Arthur and himself into squirrels and the lady squirrels were heartbroken when they turned back human. That sad little cry is embedded into my memory. 🙂
🙂 I have friends who would like to take care of him for my–in a permanent way. But I don’t like to kill anything–except maybe flies, ants, and spiders. And they are only out of necessity.
LOL – I know what you mean. They may be pests, but they are cute pests!
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