Here’s a recent PSA from Prevent Squirrel Attacks United, a new group I created just to make this PSA.
Squirrels may seem harmless and good natured, but they harbor a mean streak and will fight back when annoyed enough. While it may be fun to poke a squirrel or take away its nuts and chant, “I have your nuts, nya nya nya,” it only leads to heartache in the end. After many trips to the ER, I have decided that squirrels demand respect and if we are unable to give it to them, either though constant teasing or drugging them and dressing them up in embarrassing outfits, they will use whatever force necessary to teach us to be more civil.
Always sage advice from you Car. We have to remember that they are cute, but have those long yellow teeth also.
I’m glad my PSA helped you remember the danger of squirrels. Spread the word!
Thank you for that heads up Car. I’ll remember that the next time I want to catch one to dress up in old Cabbage Patch doll clothes.
I’m happy you’re going to think twice about using squirrels as living dress up dolls. Hamsters are a better bet.
Perhaps, Car, you’ll relate some of your harrowing adventures with squirrels in your New Book???
I’ll relate some right now:
– A squirrel bit my hand when I tried to juggle a few.
– A pack of squirrels jumped me after I drugged them and attempted to form them into a squirrel pyramid.
– I threw a nut to distract and angry squirrel, but he attacked me anyway.
Wow!! Squirrel Juggling!!!