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   Undertoad  Friday Sep 17 09:59 AM

9/17/2004: More rescued squirrels



Three weeks ago we had a really baby squirrel rescued after hurricane Charley; now, the results of Frances. The wildlife center that is feeding these squirrels has rescued more than 300 of the baby buggers, all from nests destroyed by the winds. All will be sent back into the wild. (Where they'll be hit by the next 5 hurricanes...)



axlrosen  Friday Sep 17 10:38 AM

Man, this heroin is yummy!



lookout123  Friday Sep 17 12:17 PM

as long as they don't start seeing babies crawling across the ceiling they are ok.



Kitsune  Friday Sep 17 12:19 PM

Man, this heroin is yummy!

"If you're a kid and ya wanna go "Whee!" but you ain't got drugs yet..."

(Obscure)



chrisinhouston  Friday Sep 17 12:26 PM

Seems kind of ironic since squirrel hunting is really big in the deep south!



xoxoxoBruce  Friday Sep 17 11:22 PM

Up here, we stock trout and pheasants, down there they stock squirrels.



zippyt  Saturday Sep 18 02:23 AM

F**KING TREE RATS !!!!!!



Promenea  Saturday Sep 18 07:36 AM

Baby squirrels are really sweet to raise. They come to really like you and want to be near you all the time. When they are at the stage where they are pretty mobile but still dependent they love to jump from where ever they are into your hands. The couple I raised would jump from the bed into my hand (which I would swing like a tree branch) and then I'd toss them back on the bed for another go. They need the practice at leaping so it was fun for all of us.



YellowBolt  Saturday Sep 18 03:07 PM

It's all fun and games until someone loses a tail.



wolf  Saturday Sep 18 10:26 PM

Despite being a fan of cute furry animals, one must wonder ... why bother?

They are squirrels.

If they didn't survive the hurricane, so what? Isn't the wrath of nature part of nature's plan?

Oh, yeah, forgot ... bunch of dogooders get to feel better.



chrisinhouston  Saturday Sep 18 10:42 PM

[quote=Promenea]Baby squirrels are really sweet to raise. QUOTE]

Had a friend who did animal rescue. Said squirrels were a challenge because not only do you need to feed them almost constantly but as there digestive tracks are very undeveloped you must message their little tummies to stimulate the bowel function, almost a 24 hour a day jop.

yuck



xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Sep 19 03:37 AM

Quote:
Despite being a fan of cute furry animals, one must wonder ... why bother?
Got a letter from an Uncle this week. States he's very happy there is a good nut crop (acorn) this year and the squirrels are fat and sassy, because he might have to eat them this winter. Consider the dogooders as provisioners.


Promenea  Sunday Sep 19 11:13 AM

Quote:
Had a friend who did animal rescue. Said squirrels were a challenge because not only do you need to feed them almost constantly but as there digestive tracks are very undeveloped you must message their little tummies to stimulate the bowel function, almost a 24 hour a day jop.
Not by the time they have hair and are as old as the ones above. They are pretty carefree then, just some milk and they also start to munch on otherstuff on their own.


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