Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day

Yes, it’s a real thing.

14 Responses to Happy Squirrel Appreciation Day

  1. jenny_o says:

    I can get behind this celebration (perhaps because I’ve never suffered any intrusions or damage from the local squirrels!) There are at least two in my immediate area; the only way I can tell them apart is that one has only half a tail. He (or she) looks very healthy otherwise.

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  2. GP says:

    I’m happy to see someone else appreciates the little fellas as much as I do!

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  3. ibikenyc says:

    We have one who hangs out on the sill directly outside our and our next-door neighbor’s kitchen windows waiting for Cheez-Its from us and bird seed from the neighbor, who owns three big parrots.

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  4. bluecat57 says:

    We have White squirrels in our neighborhood.
    Dang. I just realized we’re racist.

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  5. ktz2 says:

    Squirrels are a delight… that is, if they’re not wreaking havoc upon you by dessimating your bird feeders or living in your attic.
    It was fun to watch their interactions with each other, chasing each other in the trees.
    Where I used to live, I’d put out peanuts for them under a pine tree they frequented.

    One time a big bushy-tailed individual was enjoying his peanut feast when another squirrel snuck up behind him, trying to grab some nuts for himself. The first squirrel actually spun around and punched the intruder in the shoulder with his fist, then turned his back like ‘I know you wouldn’t dare come up behind me again, get gone, punk’. . and the intruder ran away. hahah

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  6. Aw! The acorns. Very sweet. 🐿️

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  8. The squirrel with the acorn beverage is great. I am sure that would be savored, and not buried!

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