Twenty-Eight Pounds Is NOT A Problem

These masked banditos are DETERMINED to make off with the cat chow, at ANY cost.

Originally from Miss Cellania.Blogspot.com; remixed video includes “Pink Panther Theme” from Dave Koz.

Comments

  1. “Tonight, we eat like kings!”

  2. “Only if they’ve abdicated.”

  3. ffleur2 says:

    poor raccy had to take a break during the dragging – mouth was sore.

  4. That raccoon has been working out. Those 25 lb bags of cat food take me 15 minutes of huffing and puffing and lugging to get them into the house.

  5. gretelhallett says:

    That is so cute! I wish we had raccoons in England!
    Question – why was such a large bag of cat chow left out in the garden? It’s just asking to be swiped!

  6. Birdcage says:

    @gretelhallet – Be careful what you wish for. Coons are rascally. I found one sitting in my barbeque last week, licking out the drip tray. How he opened the barbeque lid and slid the drip tray out of its holder under the burner, I’ll never know. Seemed prepared to fight me for barbeque dominance, however, so when he gave me some stink eye and a hiss, I decided to stand down and let him have at it. Needless to say, I’ll be giving the barbeque a good high-heat sear before I use it again. Rascally, I says.

  7. @gretelhallet: Raccoons got into our back yard two years ago and mauled our little dog so badly he had to be put down. Last week they killed a neighbor’s cat – they wanted his food. They will also stand up on their hind legs and growl when you try to run them off with a broom. No, you should be thankful you don’t have them in England. They may look cute but they can be aggressive and dangerous to pets, and their urine and feces carry parasites that can be harmful to people as well as pets.

  8. Coons can be a problem but give them credit for brains. I think of them as North America’s answer to monkeys.

  9. Sharon Wilson says:

    Why wasn’t the other raccoon helping?

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