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Message 1341854 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 5:06:36 UTC - in response to Message 1341650.  

Little raccoons feeding

Awwww!!! I've never tried graham crackers on my raccoons. They seem pretty happy with cat food and grapes.
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Message 1341865 - Posted: 1 Mar 2013, 6:45:06 UTC - in response to Message 1341851.  

Banjo and Buddy:)

That cat does not look entirely amused, but that was a very, very, very funny video! Thank you.



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Message 1342267 - Posted: 2 Mar 2013, 1:46:12 UTC - in response to Message 1341854.  

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Awwww!!! I've never tried graham crackers on my raccoons. They seem pretty happy with cat food and grapes.


A better diet than dried crackers?
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Message 1342567 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 1:11:27 UTC

A dangerous position for a raccoon
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Message 1342604 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 5:27:37 UTC - in response to Message 1342567.  

A dangerous position for a raccoon

It looks like the videographer is from the same general area (San Francisco Bay Area) where Eric and I live. I think Eric and I need to meet this guy. He sounds like a kindred spirit.
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Message 1342653 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 11:44:48 UTC - in response to Message 1336471.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.
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Message 1342664 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 13:31:18 UTC

Go for it Ang!

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Message 1342687 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 15:26:09 UTC

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Message 1342842 - Posted: 3 Mar 2013, 23:35:03 UTC

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Message 1342930 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 12:57:52 UTC - in response to Message 1342653.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.


I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!
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Message 1342931 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 12:59:27 UTC - in response to Message 1342930.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.


I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!



No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

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Message 1342986 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 17:29:32 UTC - in response to Message 1342931.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.

I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!

No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

We have plenty of raccoons, and possums, and skunks and coyotes are getting to be a problem. They're telling people not to leave small pets outside or they'll become a coyote's lunch.

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Message 1342995 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 17:36:45 UTC - in response to Message 1342986.  
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I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.

I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!

No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

We have plenty of raccoons, and possums, and skunks and coyotes are getting to be a problem. They're telling people not to leave small pets outside or they'll become a coyote's lunch.

Makes sense really, I keep Grace inside all the time, but then I live in a rural area...
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Message 1342997 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 17:38:36 UTC - in response to Message 1342986.  
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I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.

I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!

No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

We have plenty of raccoons, and possums, and skunks and coyotes are getting to be a problem. They're telling people not to leave small pets outside or they'll become a coyote's lunch.

Last summer before I moved from the country back to the city, My landlord's chickens were being butchered by raccoons regularly. Crafty creatures they are, getting into all sorts of things you wouldn't believe they could.

On that note, even back in the city now I still have raccoon visitors. Just a week ago when I took my dog out late at night, a raccoon came running out of the garbage can, and flew up the tree fast as lightning all the way up. And this was a big fella.
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Message 1343042 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 19:31:18 UTC - in response to Message 1342995.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.

I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!

No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

We have plenty of raccoons, and possums, and skunks and coyotes are getting to be a problem. They're telling people not to leave small pets outside or they'll become a coyote's lunch.

Makes sense really, I keep Grace inside all the time, but then I live in a rural area...



I always felt sorry for Happy I couldn't take her for a walk like I did with my dogs. But I guess cats are totally different creatures, they like being inside...

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Message 1343053 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 20:00:52 UTC - in response to Message 1343042.  

I saw an urban badger here in Germany recently, and did think of Angela's raccoons. It was crossing the road in front of me, moving quite slowly, but far enough away that I did not have to brake.

I've twice seen a fox - one was sunbathing next to the urban railwayline.
The newspapers report raccoons to be quite common (almost a pest) but I've yet failed to see one. Maybe the area doesn't have enough cat food out in the gardens - lots of dogs around, but only one cat and a particularly shy one at that!

No raccoons here either, only in the zoo...

We have plenty of raccoons, and possums, and skunks and coyotes are getting to be a problem. They're telling people not to leave small pets outside or they'll become a coyote's lunch.

Makes sense really, I keep Grace inside all the time, but then I live in a rural area...



I always felt sorry for Happy I couldn't take her for a walk like I did with my dogs. But I guess cats are totally different creatures, they like being inside...

I know Grace wants to go outside, but the area is full of mites and autos, so it's best She stays put where I know She will be safe, but then I have no ID chip in Her yet and Grace won't wear a collar and I've tried, She knows how to remove it and I've seen Her put a paw between the collar and Her neck and push until the collar gives and unsnaps.
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Message 1343129 - Posted: 4 Mar 2013, 23:49:42 UTC

We have a few or these around the outskirts of the village


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Message 1343168 - Posted: 5 Mar 2013, 4:06:56 UTC - in response to Message 1343129.  



Badger! Badger! Badger!
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Message 1343170 - Posted: 5 Mar 2013, 4:20:09 UTC
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Message 1343332 - Posted: 6 Mar 2013, 0:02:07 UTC

A bear could feel perfectly at home in this thread. :)

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