Friday, July 31, 2009

It's War

We now have the day time varments on the ground and out of the bird feeders. Now how to stop these baby's at night?


Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Throw your clogs at them, while standing outside in your nightie for all of the world to see. Giggle. Well it kind of worked for me. Gotta admit I was a little taken aback when it picked up my gardening clog though.

Good luck, they are cute to look at, but nasty to tangle with.


Anonymous said...

I would not want a close encounter with those guys!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Yes, cute, but very long teeth and claws...with an attitude !

Kay said...

But they are SOOOOO CUTE!

Renie Burghardt said...

Got the same problem, Patsy. But they are quite friendly here, at least the young ones are. I think we're over run with coons now a days, because no one hunts them anymore, since their pelt is worth nothing these days and of course, they're hungry. But they only come after dark here, because the dogs are outside during the day, and in at night, since I don't want the dogs tangling with them. So I don't know how to get rid of them. Guess you just have to learn to enjoy them and take their pictures. Haha.

Happy weekend!


Darla said...

Oh my!! Do be careful, coons can carry rabies you know..