me too Linda- love the picture of that pesky pest!
That photograph has put a big smile on my face. Enjoy the rest of your day.
Hi Meredith, thanks, my cats were going crazy looking at him hanging there. He can't see us cause we have reflective window film so we have a great time looking at all the critters close up.Hi Elaine, thanks, isn't he cute, he doesn't know we can see him, his little hands and arms look almost childlike.
We had a Yorkie once who sat at the base of the oak barking at the squirrels who threw acorns down on him.
Hi Joanne, thanks, those squirrels really squawk if I go outside, they are brave little fellows and it seems they are territorial too. Throwing acorns on the Yorkie, they are smarter than we realize I guess.
I've got a little squirrel visitor that comes to my garden at the moment and he keeps coming to eat my roses. So to relieve some frustrations I painted him in watercolour...:-) Take care. Laura x
Hi Laura, thanks, what a nice way to get rid of your frustrations. I'll stop on over and hope to see him, and I didn't know they ate roses, but then again there is rose hips tea and rose water so I guess it must be a delicacy.
What a cool squirell *smile*.HugsElna
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Hi Elna, thanks, I just blew him up bigger and he is smiling, thanks for pointing that out.
Love that picture. Most people don't like squirrels but I love to watch them. They are the smart athletes of the animal world.
Love the squirrel moment! We don't have squirrels here - but we do have possums - big bushy tailed ones. I love them (not pests here).
Squirrels are such entertaining little creatures and fun to watch.
I love suggestions, questions, critiques, thanks for your comment