Squirrels Behaving Badly
There’s nothing like a good squirrel hug to prepare for a long day of looting.
You Talkin' To Me?
Not content to just gather nuts for winter and hit-up elderly park-goers for popcorn, this trouble-maker is also gunning for a fight.
Worn out from a long day of garden-plundering no doubt.
We’ve practiced this a thousand times. YOU catch the stick and create a diversion while I get the strawberries.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
This hardened city squirrel knows his way around the concrete jungle. Guard those fire escape tomato plants and front stoop berries from this mobster with a tail.
Raiding the Cookie Jar
Like stealing candy from a baby. This squirrel has no shame when it comes to helping himself to another guy's lunch.
This design-savvy critter looks like he's been spending some time on HGTV.com and hitting up the local antiques mall for a rustic vessel to contain his loot.
It's hard to hold a grudge once you've fed a dapper little redhead from your hand. Squirrels rely on soft-hearted humans, who they then bend to their nefarious will.
While the dog barks up the wrong tree, this criminal mastermind waits it out.
The Lawn Ornament
Hoping to avoid detection, this cagey critter masquerades as yard art.
Say hello to a winter of sleepless nights as this resourceful guy prepares to make a cozy little nest out of your attic and spend each night running relays on your floorboards.
Resistance is futile. Suddenly, the idea of erecting a fence to keep these predators out seems pointless.
Punk rock isn't dead.
If you can't cage your garden, cage your critters.
I just know I left that nut somewhere around here. Or was it here? Or here?
Taking advantage of nature's camouflage, this squirrel is hoping no one notices the eyeballs and whiskers on this tree limb.
Hang In There Baby
There's no denying the cuteness of a baby animal in an adorable pickle.