17 June 2007

I don't want anyone to think I'm not a nature lover. I am. I just don't like rodents.

My wild bird feeder has been languishing in the garage because I was tired of the squirrels eating all the food. I found this stuff and thought, Aha! The package said it would not harm squirrels or birds. I mixed it with the seed according to the directions, and left for the pool. When I came home a squirrel was attached to the feeder and half of the seed was gone. So you want to fight with me, you squirrel? Time for war. The directions said, 'if there is a heavy squirrel problem, DOUBLE THE SQUIRREL AWAY amount. I dumped the rest of the feeder's seed back into the tub and added double the product. Check out the following pictures:

Yum! Let me tell my buddy about this delicious food!

Just a minute, OK?

Actually, why don't you just play with the wind chimes for a while?

Looks like a water bowl to me.

I'm taking a nap. Let me know when it's my turn.

I'm sitting at the kitchen table, watching the squirrels eat all the seeds. I give up!


Lone Grey Squirrel said...

Hahaha! Squirrels 100 Cheryl 0 is the score, I believe. Thanks for being so kind and generous to my brethren.

Billy said...

Sorry lone grey, I am with Cheryl. I'm not a big fan of those rodents. Squirrels give me the eebie jeebies. Big rats with fluffy tails. I shudder.

Cheryl, good luck.

Neponset River Bridge Dig said...

good idea. I have a lot of squirrel frined in my yard. They can be pesky

Anonymous said...

LOL You may not like rodents, but they sure do LOVE you!!!

Anonymous said...

Yes, I give, mainly because every time I scare the squirrels out of the feeder seeds rain all over my garden pots and now I have no idea what is sprouting in there, and then they want to dig in my pot while there there. So when this bag of seed is finished this buffet is going bye-bye. Besides, the birds look like they are starting to get to chubby as well anyways.


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