He came from space, expressly to steal peanut butter.
Must find squirrel kryptonite. Or a bigger, heavier, better, tougher baffle.

9 Responses to “nemesis”

  1. Barb Says:

    …or learn to be “at one” with your squirrel. 🙂

  2. jude Says:

    you know… a lot of the squirrels around here lost their tails this winter….frostbite or something…..

  3. Eliza Says:

    wow. The alien squirrel is also REALLY FAT! He is clearly a mighty enemy– and knows how to get the goods!

  4. Ellen Says:

    I think you have a girl squirrel there (no penis in full frontal shot there), and it looks like she is planning on having some kittens or pups…what do you call baby squirrels anyway — “Lil’ more-beasts”??

  5. debraann Says:

    I have them too and they are pests but they are such cute little pests.

  6. Liza Says:

    In my experience, no baffle works forever. They always figure them out, somehow. They are very persistent when it comes to food!

  7. Katy Says:

    Maybe time to rent Caddyshack and get some tips from Bill Murray.

  8. Me Says:

    Squirrels are cute and all until they get into your house. They have invaded my attic and I am told that they will chew on wires and cause a fire.

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