On The Fence

Damn the torpedoes!  Full steam ahead!

Damn the torpedoes! Full steam ahead!

Here’s a squirrel that looks ready to dash forward into the 2017.  Back legs bent and sqturday squirrel logolocked, front legs in the set position, he’s poised and ready to spring onto any roadblocks or impediments that get in his way.  His body stretched out so perfectly at attention, you could draw a straight line from his head to the tip of his tail… making him an aerodynamic force to be reckoned with that can easily plow right through whatever might come his way.  This is one determined squirrel who will work to get what he wants, and achieve his goal or die trying.  Are you up for the challenge?

Here’s to the final Saturday Squirrel of 2016, with an eye on those to come in the new year and beyond!

Have a great weekend and a happy new year!


About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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12 Responses to On The Fence

  1. He indeed looks “locked and loaded”……..I say “GO FOR IT!”………launch into the new year with a squirrel smile!


  2. it’s a good idea to walk ON the fence… so you can enjoy both sides… the common one and the one were the grass is greener :o) Happy New Year to you and to all squirrels :o)

  3. Happy New Year to you and all of your fuzzy friends.

  4. Trisha says:

    So cute! He definitely looks ready to take on anything that crosses his path. It reminds me of the time I saw a squirrel and my cat Frosty on a collision course on my fence. The squirrel didn’t even slow down and I don’t think Frosty even saw it coming. Suddenly, Frosty was on the ground looking confused about how he got there and the squirrel just continued on like nothing had happened!

    Happy New Year to you and all the critters at the Nest!

  5. Run, squirrel, run! 2016 is chasing you …. Ahhhhhhhh!!!!

  6. draliman says:

    He’s the very latest in aerodynamic speed squirrels. This guy is one of the prototypes, I think.

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