|Ugh - 2018-08-10 |
|Meerkat - 2018-08-10 |
Man that was one fatally dismissive crow.
|duck&cover - 2018-08-10 |
It is a real surprise to me that raccoons can, and do, hunt.
Yeah, no kidding. The iconic image of raccoons in my mind's eye is that of a raccoon sitting in the middle of my lawn with my trash strewn all over the place, staring me insolently in the eye, basically asking "Uh huh... what're you going to do about it, bub?"
And when I came back out with my 2 100 lb. dogs on a leash, the rest of the raccoon's pack (or family?) had joined him, and all 7 raccoons collectively shrugged & continued rooting around in my trash.
Assholes, every one of them.
When our city rolled out the new automated garbage trucks and replaced everyone's trash cans with 4' tall lidded bins, and made it a crime to set out garbage in anything other than these containers, it pretty much took care of the neighborhood's raccoon and crow issues.
They’ll learn; after a few years our city had to add a secondary locking mechanism because they had figured out how to pop the latch on the bin, knock it over and feast.
|Binro the Heretic - 2018-08-10 |
There's plenty of crows.
|Mother Lumper - 2018-08-10 |
Damn, I was hoping the crow was going to show that raccoon what for.
|badideasinaction - 2018-08-11 |
Don’t worry, he’ll rise from the dead to take his revenge.
|Mister Yuck - 2018-08-11 |
Fuck crows and fuck raccoons. I hope little bandit there gets West Nile.
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