Fat Bottomed Squirrel

You'd never guess my tree had no acorns this year...

You’d never guess my tree had no acorns this year…

sqturday squirrel logoYesterday I took my cats to the vet for their annual checkup and shots… and somehow I survived not being clawed to death by the two unwilling patients.  When I got there, I plopped Ody on the scale, and the digital display rang up to 19 pounds.  There are tigers who don’t even weigh that much.  Someone needs to go on a diet…

Speaking of… how much do you think this rotund little squirrel would check in at if I could get him on a scale?  I know squirrels tend to fatten up for the winter, but come on, dude!  You still gotta stay in pretty good shape, or you’re gonna miss an important jump in the tree and become a furry cannonball.  Lay off the corn and the nuts, will ya?

Hey, you put it out here, I'm gonna eat it!

Hey, you put it out here, I’m gonna eat it!

Well, this is one Saturday Squirrel who is definitely larger than life….

Have a great weekend, a wonderful holiday, and don’t eat so much that you end up like Big Boy here!


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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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37 Responses to Fat Bottomed Squirrel

  1. Phil Taylor says:

    19 lbs. is one heavy cat! I wonder who would win a race, that squirrel or your cat?

  2. Ody, maybe your real name is Garfield? The squirrel reminds me of my grampy hahahaha

  3. merbear74 says:

    Fat bottomed squirrels make the rockin’ branch go round.

  4. markbialczak says:

    That squirrel looks like one of those punching bag clown thingies I had as a kid that you could never knock over completely. Goodness! Talk about eating yourself into the classic pear shape. That furry might have Type 7 diabetes.

  5. reocochran says:

    This is amusing, E.S. Cats are not my favorites, but love the fat bottomed squirrel and all the fun you share with us…. Happy Holidays and best wishes for our continued new years in 2015!!

  6. JackieP says:

    I have 2 cats too. Brother and sister (Notwen and Pouncer) they weigh 17 and 15.5 lbs. Notwen being the bigger of the two. But, they aren’t fat. They are just big cats! Lazy too. LOL Your cat is a cutie.
    That squirrel though, my goodness. LOL

    • My other cat weighs only 10 pounds… one would think Ody’s just eating all of Biskit’s food, but it’s actually just the way they are. Biskit doesn’t eat much at all, and Ody will eat anything in sight…

      I’m beginning to wonder if the camera added a few pounds to that squirrel. I don’t really recall this squirrel being such a porker when I took his picture!

  7. Someone doesn’t “eat to live” – he/she “lives to eat”! And now I have that Queen song stuck in my head….oh well! 😉

  8. Somebody (I won’t name names) has been hitting the feeder a bit too hard! Do I hear a New Year’s resolution amidst the chewing?

  9. goldfish says:

    My feline weighed in at 25 monstrous pounds a few months ago.Twenty five. So, don’t feel bad about 19. Granted, he’s a huge cat and the vet said he’d like to see him around 22, but still. 25.

  10. gentlestitches says:

    I love to see a nice well fed cat! and squirrel.

  11. Mental Mama says:

    Wow, and I got all excited that Evie Cat managed to gain a few ounces. She’s finally back up to a whole 9lbs.

  12. draliman says:

    That squirrel’s gonna get to Spring and he’ll still be a podgy fella!

  13. NotAPunkRocker says:

    Not to be judgmental or anything, but he appears to have more than just a fat bottom.

    That said, he is still very adorable!

  14. 1jaded1 says:

    Very cute butterball! If squirrel was a celeb, it would be saying that you got it at a bad angle. Happy Holidays to you, too!

  15. Fat bottomed squirrels make the rocking world go round, you know. And besides, fat shaming is a BAD thing, so stop it! Keep feeding the squirrels. Or else. 😉

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