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Message 2020410 - Posted: 24 Nov 2019, 18:18:34 UTC - in response to Message 2020404.  
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Hmmmm.... I've never tried Cheerios with my little woodland friends
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Message 2020546 - Posted: 25 Nov 2019, 23:55:35 UTC

This is the logo for the Rocket City Trash Pandas. (I have no control of the size of the image.)


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Message 2020570 - Posted: 26 Nov 2019, 3:01:26 UTC

Cross posting is not the same as cross dressing. But I have posted a good racoon photo in Beets. Lets see if some of the raccoon lovers can say something about the team in the other threat.
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Message 2021159 - Posted: 30 Nov 2019, 7:20:17 UTC

Why President Coolidge once pardoned a raccoon

Bad idea, imho, but a good outcome.
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Message 2021381 - Posted: 1 Dec 2019, 23:18:24 UTC

we have a large ground hog
residing in the neighborhood.
and i think he has good eyesight.
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Message 2022921 - Posted: 13 Dec 2019, 0:45:19 UTC

What they didn't name the "Super Rat" Splinter? ;)
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Message 2023223 - Posted: 15 Dec 2019, 13:23:49 UTC - in response to Message 2022921.  

What they didn't name the "Super Rat" Splinter? ;)

Well, there is more than one. ;-)
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Message 2025614 - Posted: 30 Dec 2019, 21:27:21 UTC

I'm taking Admiral's image and posting it on Facebook.
Just thought I'd let the Admiral know.
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Message 2025975 - Posted: 2 Jan 2020, 5:31:04 UTC

Happy New Year readers of the Critter Cafe!!!
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Message 2025977 - Posted: 2 Jan 2020, 5:41:50 UTC
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There was a Raccoon on this float in the 2020 Rose Parade, sorry this was as close as I could get.

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Message 2029828 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 1:11:17 UTC

We are doing some home remodeling and drainage work... always a joy.

The long boards of our back deck are being taken out this weekend. Besides Purvis, I wonder who is living under there these days.

Guess we'll find out!
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Message 2029834 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 1:28:52 UTC - in response to Message 2029828.  

Arr! No more walking the plank for a bit. ;)

I'm glad some work is being done.

Me I just have to get an estimate to install an led 3rd brake lamp, a splash shield and 2 trunk struts in the car.

I replaced the dome led light myself, though figuring out how to get the bezel off and then back on was interesting.
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Message 2029839 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 1:56:09 UTC - in response to Message 2029828.  

I'm sure there are some eight legged critters under there.
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Message 2029852 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 4:18:39 UTC

Let’s hope all the residents leave peacefully.

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Message 2029877 - Posted: 30 Jan 2020, 13:18:21 UTC - in response to Message 1928940.  

When we lived in Concord, CA in the mid eighties, our tall, gray, male cat "Roscoe" waited patiently in our little succulent garden and nabbed a gopher that was at least as big as he was. Roscoe had very long canine teeth; and cats have the instinct to bite behind the neck. When we first moved there he disappeared right away and I thought he was lost for good. One night --a few days later I woke up at three AM and just had the feeling that I should go outside and look for Roscoe. I climbed up on the hills that abound in the East Bay area and called out his name. Sure enough there he was; he answered back and came up to me. He subsequently never got lost again and we took him to New Jersey with us when we got sick of what San Francisco was becoming.
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Message 2031156 - Posted: 7 Feb 2020, 5:25:41 UTC

I helped with hauling boards out during the demolition. Purvis must have slipped out when I wasn't looking. We found three of my gardening shoes under there. Raccoon kits like to play with such things. We also found some dusty old garbage that raccoons must have dragged under there when they raided trash bins. The spiders pretty much got out of our way. The most interesting thing we found was a skull of some small animal. Eric thought it was maybe a cat or a skunk.
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Message 2032757 - Posted: 17 Feb 2020, 3:25:34 UTC - in response to Message 2031156.  

I helped with hauling boards out during the demolition. Purvis must have slipped out when I wasn't looking. We found three of my gardening shoes under there. Raccoon kits like to play with such things. We also found some dusty old garbage that raccoons must have dragged under there when they raided trash bins. The spiders pretty much got out of our way. The most interesting thing we found was a skull of some small animal. Eric thought it was maybe a cat or a skunk.


I found a small animal skull when I replaced my deck. (Probably a cat.) Just the top part. And I still wonder where the rest of the skeleton went.
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