Supper In The Snow

Some critters don’t mind dinner being served cold.

The Saturday Squirrel team at The Nest hopes your holiday feast is as bountiful and delicious as the one provided for this squirrel yesterday!  Eat up, little guy… and put off the worry of shedding those excess calories until the new year…

Have a great weekend everyone!


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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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25 Responses to Supper In The Snow

  1. Oh I bet he takes some of these treats back home to be part of his family’s holiday feast!


  2. ghostmmnc says:

    Happy Holidays little squirrel. Looks like your fur coat is nice and warm.

  3. noelleg44 says:

    Aw! and what a nice thick coat this critter has. I am putting out acorns for my squirrels – nice big ones this year from a neighbor’s yard. Our pin oak only drop tiny ones.

  4. draliman says:

    Aw, that’ll see him through the winter, with a little help from his thick winter coat.

  5. Trisha says:

    Awwww, so cute! This is probably the only squirrel in the snow that I’ll see this year. We had snow last year so it will probably be…oh, about nine more years until we see it again.

  6. Thanks, you have a great weekend too. Happy Solstice. 🙂

  7. My son gave me 40 lbs of seed for Christmas. Guess who were eating as much as possible this morning? No one goes hungry around here, though the dogs disagree. They — like the squirrels — are ALWAYS hungry.

  8. What a great shot, he looks like he doesn’t mind the snow and cold.

  9. That is a beautiful photo of a beautiful squirrel. Ohhhhhhhh. That is so lovely. Thanks you ES.

  10. Lynda says:

    Darling! He seems more well mannered than his southern cousins here. The hicks from the sticks down here ate everything. Not one peach, apple, persimmon or fig was left for me this year, and they ate them green! EW!

    PS: How do they stand the cold like this and not get frostbit toes?

    • You must have some really fat squirrels! That’s not a good quality to have in an area where they’re more likely to get shot at…

      I don’t know the actual answer to that question… but maybe they can keep warmer without having to restrict blood flow to the extremities like people….

  11. Stay warm and full! 🥜🐿

  12. Quirky Girl says:

    The Bigly Bestest and I send Christmas wishes to you and your delightful kitties…and all the shelf-critters too, of course!

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