Squirrel - the razor slipped

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"tried shaving under arms and the razor slipped" : )
squirrel feeding at the feeder in our garden, not sure what happened to its fur, but wonder if it might have pulled the fur out to keep babies warm.
There's a black squirrel with the same pattern of baldness (same area on body)


Guest - Apr 05, 2006 06:01 AM EDT
thanks again, Lulu for taking time to leave a nice comment. This was quite a comical few minutes, as you can imagine. Wish I could locate the initial couple of shots of when the squirrel tried to transfer from the one pole to the pole holding the bird feeder. It was stretched right out lol
Guest - Apr 05, 2006 04:44 AM EDT
I so wish we had squirrels here. Just to repeat what everyone else has said - They are sooooooooo cute! This is a lovely close-up and you can almost feel the softness of that tail.
Guest - Apr 05, 2006 02:21 AM EDT
Thanks, Talsi, glad you like it. Agree with what you say about them.
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 10:57 PM EDT
Love this photo - squirrels are so ingenious
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 09:03 PM EDT
appreciate your comments, Karen, many thanks : )
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 07:57 PM EDT
Sqirrels are so intriguing and intelligent. Ours has her own food log that I put in her feeder and she still prefers raiding the bird food. This is a great shot.
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 01:05 PM EDT
glad it brings a smile, Carol and Mary from Kent. This whole procedure that day was so comical. Especially as the squirrel first stretched from the one pole to this feeder pole. I did get 2 shots of that, but can't find them : )
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 12:36 PM EDT
Sooooooo Cute!!! Carol
Guest - Apr 04, 2006 11:22 AM EDT
So close and clear- you caught the squirrel in a great position. To get the eye like that is marvellous. You are not wrong about that razor slipping!

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