Big Brother’s Watching

Caught in the act of nomming.

Caught in the act of nomming.

“I always feel like somebody’s watching me!” – Rockwell

Today’s stealthily fantastic Saturday Squirrel picture comes to us courtesy of fellow sciurine lover and friend of The Nest, Mental Mama.  Here she caught one of her friendly neighborhood squirrels on her back porch, helping himself to a little edible goodness.  Is sqturday squirrel logothat a birdfeeder he’s raiding behind the cover of the backdoor blinds, or is it a rare but welcome squirrel feeder?  Would it make a difference to the squirrel who or what it was supposed to feed, so long as it had munchies?

I love this picture because it just looks so naughty!  The view through the open blinds gives the impression that this squirrel was caught in the act of doing something he wasn’t supposed to be doing.  Knowing squirrels as I do, they wouldn’t want to be thought of any other way!  Thanks Mama for sending this pic my way and allowing me to use it for a Saturday Squirrel feature!

If you have a furry tailed little critter who’d like a little Saturday Squirrel fame to brag to his friends about, my email can be found in the Contact Me page above!

And as always, have a wonderful weekend…. and don’t forget that somebody’s always watching you!


About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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9 Responses to Big Brother’s Watching

  1. 1jaded1 says:

    That’s exactly how it appears, like he was caught in the act. Gee thanks, now I gotta go and look for hidden cameras…

  2. Adorable naughtiness! Love it..

  3. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Great picture! MM might need to draw her blinds a little closer at night 🙂

    This reminds me, randomly, have you seen the horse-head squirrel feeder?

  4. Mental Mama says:

    It was intended to be a bird feeder, but the pole wasn’t tight in the deck and those little guys could reach out, grab the edge, and pull the feed over to where they could just stand on their back legs and feast. And that little fat ass likes to sit on the deck and torment the cats.

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