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Old 08-22-2008, 10:56 PM   #41
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thats cool, how long does it take them to become "fully grown"?
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I agree: that thing is super cute. you should teach him tricks and **** lol.
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Old 08-27-2008, 02:50 AM   #43
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Guess what, VIDEO!
He loves getting pet behind his ears.

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Old 08-27-2008, 03:09 AM   #44
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That's awesome, it's like squirrel crack. I had a wild squirrel get in through a sky light once. I went in with a hockey mask ski gloves and parka because the thing was just running around the room in circles breaking everything and shitting everywhere. Got it out safely though.
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I am not sure how, but that video made my finacee wanting a baby. Any chance I can buy that squirrel from you?
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Lol! Do you even have squirrels over there?
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Poor doggie is envious....
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Old 08-27-2008, 07:19 PM   #48
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They have squirrels, just different ones.

I want one now, more than before!

Cavalier King Charles spaniels are really odd looking dogs IMO
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Yes, we have them. They are just slightly smaller, like everything else. And they stack they nuts in piles of 10 instead of 12.
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Yes, we have them. They are just slightly smaller, like everything else. And they stack they nuts in piles of 10 instead of 12.
Heh, tiny metric squirrels, ftl. lol.
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Yes, we have them. They are just slightly smaller, like everything else. And they stack they nuts in piles of 10 instead of 12.
Ah metric squirrels, very good.
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Man, that thing is growing fast, too bad it can never go back into the wild.
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Old 08-28-2008, 02:21 PM   #53
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It could go back to the wild eventually, but my dogs would eat it.
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That's awesome, it's like squirrel crack. I had a wild squirrel get in through a sky light once. I went in with a hockey mask ski gloves and parka because the thing was just running around the room in circles breaking everything and shitting everywhere. Got it out safely though.
I was in my mom's attic trying to figure out why the A/C quit working. Then I found chewed through wires. Then appeared the SQUIRREL!!!!!
There is no room up there and I was on my belly. I almost fell through her ceiling.
My little brother (The BIG Hunter of the family) got the pellet gun and went up into the attic making fun of me. He came down like a little girl screaming "THAT'S A BIG SQUIRREL!"
When he was yelling, it started heading for the hole it chewed. I kept yelling at it till it ran out.

And even funnier. 15 min later when my little brother was trying to fill the hole, it's head poked back in. He almost fell through the ceiling.

We still laugh about it.
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I checked back on this thread to see if you'd eaten that thing yet? I guess TX is a little to far south and west for that.

Wild animal as a pet FTL. Coons and squirrels are amazingly cute and fun as babies. Destructive as all get out as adults. Kind of like chimps go nuts when they become adults.

Good luck. Maybe you'll be one of the lucky ones that it never goes berzerk and rips the crap out of everything in the house.
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Racoons come on my front porch, momma just chase 'em off with a broom.
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:20 PM   #57
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Hey, they are great fun outside. Not so much in. I know they are racoons. We actually don't have much of a hick accent here in Oregon. You just don't get enough chances in life to say "coon" though. There used to be a restaurant across the street from my Dad's business called Coon's Diner.
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If you don't want him to go nuts when he grows up you could always cut his teeny tiny ***** off

Speaking of which I just saw that film Hard Candy...I will never laugh at one of those jailbait motivational posters again.
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