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Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 22 Jun 2022, 2:53pm
by Dr. Medulla
Joe Public wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:41pm
The resident groundhog here at IKEA...
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We've had a couple of those guys waddle thru our backyard in the last few years. Like beavers without the desire to destroy everything in their path.

Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 22 Jun 2022, 2:59pm
by Joe Public
Dr. Medulla wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:53pm
We've had a couple of those guys waddle thru our backyard in the last few years. Like beavers without the desire to destroy everything in their path.
They remind me of my cat, Serafina, who also has some junk in her trunk...
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Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 22 Jun 2022, 3:06pm
by Dr. Medulla
Joe Public wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:59pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:53pm
We've had a couple of those guys waddle thru our backyard in the last few years. Like beavers without the desire to destroy everything in their path.
They remind me of my cat, Serafina, who also has some junk in her trunk...
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Awwwww, what a sweetie. Our kitty Charlotte's got a bit of a bootie while her sister Zoë has a Hank Hill non-butt.

Also, fun fact: That hangy gut thing that cats have? It's called a primordial pouch and it's theorized that it's a layer of defense when getting into a scrap. Someone tries to rabbit kick your guts open, they get all that loose skin instead. I couldn't understand how our cats could be slim except for that wattle on their undercarriage, but then the Boss read about the primordial pouch. So I've called off the tummy tuck surgery.

Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 22 Jun 2022, 3:17pm
by Mimi
Joe Public wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:59pm
Dr. Medulla wrote:
22 Jun 2022, 2:53pm
We've had a couple of those guys waddle thru our backyard in the last few years. Like beavers without the desire to destroy everything in their path.
They remind me of my cat, Serafina, who also has some junk in her trunk...
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That looks like my cat Licorice.

Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 23 Jun 2022, 12:34am
by BostonBeaneater
Making friends on Long Island.

Re: Wildlife Encounters

Posted: 23 Jun 2022, 8:31am
by Mimi
We have a mom deer and two new babes hanging out in the woods behind the house. Mom is teaching her kids to eat all the fresh growth on my flowers, but hey :naughty: