have no problem when it comes
to stealing peanuts
“Cubby was a squirrel who helped me rake leaves all fall so he was rewarded for his hard work, writes Don W.
UPDATE! Don also sent in this YouTube clip:
‘Member how last week, we showed you Annie having a nice Peanut Buttah snack. Today, Mr. Sqwerlio decides he’ll have some PB for lunch! “My little outdoor freeloader eating the peanut butter I put out for the birds,” says Stacy M.
(Here’s a bonus Wallpaper Of The Month, too- just click n’ download!)
Original wallpaper image from Shutterstock.
Flashback to May of 2013- Charlie B. sent us a video of Nuts The Sqwerl, from his college campus in the UK. But wait, as they say on TV- there’s more!
“You may remember my old baby squirrel shoulder video which you used a while back – well I had a good long hunt for the original SD card used and finally it showed up – I was able to find the other clips of the baby critter and put them up in a new vid! It’s my friend Jimmy (who filmed me last time) with Nuts at the start, and other people round campus holding him after. I thought I’d come to you with the video link as everyone on your blog seemed to love the original clip!”
[Gonna cost you a bag of Planters Pea-WHOOPS!]
Pumpkin (or, if you prefer, “Punkin”) carving is a big deal here at C.O. Mainly because so many critters seem willing to do it, and look Cute in the process. Look at the handiwork of this little maniac. Well played sir, well played!
That’s rather impressive. Looks like the guy in my backyard- this was earlier this afternoon- has a long way to go.
First three photos from Boing!! Boing!!
Somehow, this bedraggled little knucklehead got stuck on a rock in the middle of a river. Along comes Mr. River Boarder Guy Thomas Paterson to save the day!
Be on the lookout tomorrow night for this gang o’ thieves.
If you don’t have a treat for ‘em…
More than likely, they’re gonna lay a trick on you.
And don’t be surprised…
If your punkins are gone Saturday morning.
Great photos from British photographer Max Ellis as seen on Bored Panda.
Whatcha gonna do when they come for youuuuuuuu?
Sent in by Doug L., as seen on the Grand Rapids Michigan Police Department FB page. COPS is filmed on location with the men and women of law enforcement. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.