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  1. annette143NotMe commented on Speed Bump about 19 hours ago

    ravencoffee

  2. annette143NotMe commented on Marmaduke about 19 hours ago

    if the local animal cruelty people won’t step in, call PETA .. he needs to have an accident ..

  3. annette143NotMe commented on Marmaduke about 19 hours ago

    then he’d have to get rid of King Tut! easier to rid the squirrels ;)

  4. annette143NotMe commented on Marmaduke about 19 hours ago

    OMG! Looks like My Yard after I ran out of nuts this morniing

  5. annette143NotMe commented on GIRTH about 19 hours ago

    now can we see what is under his dog house? an opium den?

  6. annette143NotMe commented on Andy Capp about 19 hours ago

    we sang it this way:
    100 bottles of beer on the wall ..
    take one down & pass it around, 99 bottles of beer ..

  7. annette143NotMe commented on Fred Basset about 19 hours ago

    that’s the way to deal with a bully :)

  8. annette143NotMe commented on Marmaduke 2 days ago

    2 mommas

    lazy squirrel

    my sweet momma

    squirrels do


    upload images free

  9. annette143NotMe commented on GIRTH 2 days ago

    maybe he is having a dream? like when you eat too much of something and start having nightmares :(

  10. annette143NotMe commented on Marmaduke 2 days ago

    last year the draught left the local wildlife to starve. The creek dried up and hardly anything grew. I put water out for them, then I saw a momma on the fence. I could see she’d been feeding babies. so I started giving her the nuts from my granola. so gentle she will take them right from my hand.
    Over the winter two more Moms found the feeding station. WHen the babies came the moms left and now I have about 9 young ones who wantt to be fed mornings and evenings :) it’s quite a show :D
    the 1st mom comes back every few days and eats like there is no tomorrow! they are a pain, I had to turn the hose on them to get them off my roof! Lots of nuts this year, I see acorns on the ground. They should be ok without me subsidizing them this winter.