Man Rescues A Baby Squirrel And Shares His Life With Him

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+15 1. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Daily activities in the life of our snotr squirrell <3 :squirrel:
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+11 2. huldu commented 4 years ago

Where I grew up squirrels were very rare, think I saw one *once*. It came to me as quite a surprise to find out that they're actually considered vermin in some countries. I've always liked squirrels...
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+7 3. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

This is a red squirrel which are now very rare in the UK. Totally due to the introduction of the American grey Squirrel which annexed them. You now only find Red's in parts of Scotland and they are endangered. The Grey's are everywhere and a nightmare in a lot of Gardens in England as they steal food put out for garden birds and Hens, the barstewards :)
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+4 4. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#3 Even though also very cute, you are right, the Eastern Grey Squirrel is very aggressive in behavior and pushing for territory. Here too, they steal tomatoes off the vines, and every year they steal about 75% of the peaches off my peach tree. On the other hand they are easy to tame, which I used to do years ago, had two individuals come and sit on my lap while I fed them peanuts, the children were small then and really enjoyed that interaction.
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+2 5. zebraCode commented 4 years ago

The harness reminds me of Planet of the Apes.
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0 6. andyjk10 commented 4 years ago

love is just love. respect to those who keep pets close to them. i wouldn't be able to take good care of a pet. :'(
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+2 7. Dennyboy commented 4 years ago

#3 Not so JJ, friends of mine Live in Hampshire, and they have Red's in their garden... :D