7.08.2012

EASY LIKE SUNDAY vs NOT SO EASY SATURDAY NIGHT

Mommy Carlacita waits and watches at the end of the porch, before
calling her kitties to dinner.  Even after she thinks the coast is clear, she
looks over her shoulder ... there at the edge of the woods,
that's who she's keeping a watchful eye on.  (Me, too...)
And he usually comes to clean-up any scraps left behind ... in spite
of my banging on windows, shouting, slamming doors or shaking a broom
at him.  Sigh.  Guess he needs a little food, too.

21 comments:

  1. Hmmmm, we don't know about that racoon. Our Daddy says they are vishus. Be careful!

    Purrayin fur Poppy Vic. (and you)

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  2. Raccoon , be careful. Have a great Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  3. Our mom likes raccoons, but yes, we've heard they can be vicious. Maybe this one is trying to feed it's raccoon family.

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  4. Those raccoons are fearless sort of guys. They'll come right up without a care in the world. A friend of ours left her back door open a little and one walked right in her kitchen.

    Have a great day.

    pawhugs, Max

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  5. Do be very careful of that raccoon. Perhaps take up any leftovers from the porch before he can get to them? Mom had read that Raccoons that are out in the day and are bold may have rabies. Normally they are nocturnal.

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  6. He sounds like he's pretty brave. We hope he doesn't cause any trouble.

    The Florida Furkids and Lexi

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  7. Uh oh! That raccoon wants to steal the foods!!

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  8. Rocky is probably just trying to find a good paw-thru window with some yummy stuff for the family.

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  9. Raccoons can be REALLY mean at times. Be Careful.

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  10. We suppose there is a family waiting for food and raccoon needs to try and steal some.
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx
    ps Mommy Carlacita looks so sweet.

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  11. Raccoons are not afraid of humans. Large predators won't even mess with an adult raccoon.

    If you an do so safely, remove the food promptly after your cats eat.

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  12. If you feed them, he will come. Ornery bandit.. Hope momma kitty keeps her babies away from him!

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  13. She is a very protective Mama kitty. Good for her.

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  14. Poor Mama C. We wish she could relax. How about a can of compressed air to "shoosh" at Mr. Coon?

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  15. We hope your outside kitties get the food first@

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  16. We see dead coons on our streets but we have never seen one in our yard. We hear they can be nasty. Be careful out there, Carlacita - you are a good mom.

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  17. We has one of those that lives in the river bacnk. Me is scared of her, but she is scared of the hairy slobbery sisters!
    Kisses
    Nellie

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  18. We hope he leaves the kittens alone! xxoo Patty & Bhu

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  19. Those pesky raccoons sure can be brazen!

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  20. We've seen a possum in our back yard and their all scary to us!

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  21. Hmmmm, we don't know. Those raccoons are tricky. They look cute but can be awful mean. Just be extra careful.

    We be purring for Poppy Vic, you and your family.
    Hugs and kitty kisses.

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