Do Ya Feel Lucky? Well, DO Ya?

You will after watching this video! (The sqwerl in the video is named Lucky, just so ya know.)

And here’s one of Lucky getting his drink on.



  1. That guy is the luckiest to play with Lucky. I think it’s safe to say most of us have dreamed of having a squirrelly pet. That guy is living the dream.

  2. The best(worst?) thing about having a rescue squirrel is that your alarm clock becomes obsolete. The furry dudes have no qualms about jumping on your head at the crack of dawn.

  3. What? No Fave Frames, Brinke?! 🙂

  4. Oh. Em. Gee. So much is going on here! First, if I were this dude’s mom (I mean, the human dude’s mom), I would be sooo proud – such a good soul! Second, said dude is a perfect candidate for the Men of the Cute Calendar – am I right or am I right? Third, BABY SQWERL!!! Squeeeeeeeee!

  5. Hmm, so maybe my whack job chihuahua is actually a skwirl. Who knew?! 🙂

  6. Mine might have been…he’d climb out on my arm for goldfish crackers.

  7. Yeah, they need to be fed less constantly than baby birds during daylight hours, but they need it around the clock.

  8. Hellooooo men of CO 2014 😀

  9. This was my dream… to have a squirelio as my faithful sidekick sitting on my shoulder, running around doing tricks, playing pranks, and other stuff. One day I thought my dream came true when I found a baby that was about to be lunch for a neighbor’s cat. But the dream was quashed by some “law” here is WA state that won’t let you have a squirelio as a pet. :^[

  10. That guy looks familiar. Is that the taxicab driver who rescued a baby squirrel who now sleeps on a beret on his dashboard?

    Love that second video, the little baby clinging to his shirt, waiting for Daddy to get the formula.

  11. I don’t think it’s the same guy.

  12. Hey he’s from my neck of the wood Québec, Canada! I looked at his other Youtube videos. He also has 2 ferrets, a black cat, a poodle and a girlfriend! Definitely Man of C.O. calender material.

  13. Two ferrets, a cat and a squirrel in the same house? That poor dog.

  14. squirrels land even more sure-footed than cats

    somehow that’s both surprising and not

  15. Dog (err Doug) says:

    I don’t know what all the fuss is about … SQUIRELL !!

  16. Most if not all states restrict wild “pets” to people who have rehab training, for the animals’ sake. When I worked at a rehab sanctuary we got some babies that people had tried to raise themselves, and they were often malnourished or had serious diarrhea because of inappropriate diets. And trying to feed them milk can result in fatal aspiration when it goes down the wrong way. If you find a baby and can’t return it to the nest and no parent comes to get it for hours, or if it’s in immediate danger from cats/dogs/people, you should look up a licensed wildlife rehab center in your area.

  17. marieculture says:

    QUÉBEC DUDE!! Hell yes. My family (and our Border Collie dog) used to raise one for a couple of months in Montréal, QC. It acted this exact same way and got out in the trees freely. Theses are brillant creatures… too much for their own sakes sometimes! Great memories, thanks for sharing! – and definitely a Cute Overload Calendar Guy. 😉

  18. yep has my vote too