Well the birds that fly outside. The pretty red breasted robins, blue birds, red birds and these odd orange beaked white birds. So many new variety's I haven't yet identified. Long story short I bought a bird feeder.
Except Mr. Arkansas placed it on the tree in such a manner to lure Tex kitty out to play.
He thinks everything should be a fair game. Including the bird food. Although instead of attracting birds - I've attracted Squirrels.
Lot's of them.
I sort of love it, I call it Squirrel Tree.
Then last week while leaving the neighborhood I spotted what looked to be a giant rat running across the road. As soon as I alerted Mr. A he said that's not a rat it's a jacked up squirrel.
Me: Did someone set his tail on fire?
Mr A: Gross is he sick?
Then last week what-do-you-know… Rat Squirrel shows up on squirrel tree.
Of course, I snapped a photo for you:
I've decided he's a freak of nature since I've seen his tail twice now and there is hair - it's just slick like a rat.
Public Service Announcement: This children is what happens when a person turns into a hobbit and hangs out at the house all day watching squirrels. They eventually will even convince their neighbors they are insane by chasing rat-squirrels in their pajamas with a camera further locking themselves into isolation.
So have you ever seen a freak of nature? Maybe a bear-cat or a bear-man?