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Unread 10-31-2012, 09:45 AM   #1
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That is terrible. HA! HA! HA!

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That's a good one! I didn't know whether to scream or laugh!!
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speaking of squirrels...

We have a suet feeder on the side of the house next to the front window. Little Maya, has been very interested in the squirrels,
who have discovered it and climb the shingles to get to it.

So Little Maya, was getting closer and closer and putting her paw on the other side of the glass to try and "get" the squirrel.
Well, she didn't know how feisty squirrels can be and he bonked the glass at her (I've had them do that to me when I pound on the glass to shoo them off), and it freaked Little Maya out and she jumped in the air, lost her footing and fell off the table onto the floor in a heap. She was rather embarrassed, and I tried to stifle my laughter, but all in all she was not happy, safe, but not happy at all.
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