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The Many Ways For Having Fun With Squirrels and Chipmunks Too!
There’s many squirrel haters out there. Yes I know squirrels raid the bird feeders. But I feel squirrels and chipmunks are the most misunderstood creatures. They just want to eat like everyone else. So I developed FunWithSquirrels.com to show people that squirrels are fun cute creatures.
So here’s why squirrels are good:
- They entertain pets and people
- They can help those with anxiety
- They are funny to watch
- Squirrels can be trained to used their own feeders
- Watching squirrels can teach kids about nature
- Their feeders make great gifts
Having Fun With Squirrels – My 3 Little Friends
Below are my 3 little friends that I miss! I haven’t seen them for a month now. I think either neighbor’s using pesticides or loose cats unfortunately…:
Tiny PU The Cute Chipmunk
I was amazed at how close Tiny PU would come near me in my chair and Sweetie my Chihuahua. I can remember an afternoon where I was feeling a bit depressed over a bad morning. Tiny PU sat 2 feet from me on the deck railing. She (I think she was a female chipmunk…could be wrong) just stayed there for 15 minutes. I felt a bit better after this.
Big Stinky The Gray Squirrel
Big Stinky seems shy and sweet. He’s still a regular visitor to the window bird feed despite winter. And he doesn’t mind Sweetie barking at him only 1 foot away. One day I wanted to see if he’d take a peanut from my hand. He came pretty close but backed off. Maybe over time…
Stinky The Cutest Red Squirrel
Stinky is the one who ate my bird feeder. In the warmer months he’s more active but I have seen him out in the winter. One winter day Sweetie was barking at some thing all morning. I found what in the afternoon. I opened the door to my shed and there was Stinky on top of a box. We scared each other. Over the summer he’d sometimes bring his little girlfriend. She would be the one to get past the squirrel baffler. Stinky could not but she could. So squirrel bafflers don’t always work.
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