The Minefield

Good grief, does it ever end!?!?

And our poor scampering squirrel last week thought he had it bad.  The obstacle course just gets worse as he goes on…

Can someone send a rescue squad out to pull this unfortunate wanderer out from this spiky gumball wasteland?  It can’t be easy to climb trees when you have thousands of little holes in your paws…

The perilous adventure continues for this Saturday Squirrel….

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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19 Responses to The Minefield

  1. Protective gloves/boots are in order methinks……!

    Pam

  2. Rivergirl says:

    Wow. That’s a whole lotta gum balls. Poor little guy…

  3. Those things really stick in fur!

  4. Trisha says:

    That poor little guy really wandered into the wrong place! I can see why those gumball trees never became popular here.

    • Supposedly they became popular neighborhood trees here before anyone was aware of consequences like this. I’m glad I don’t live near one anymore, but there’s still a few at the park like where I captured this poor guy (I have one more pic of him I may use next week)….

  5. My advice…don’t were flimsy slippers outside. 🥾

  6. Maybe some very kind human could go rake their yard? At the required 6 foot ‘bubble’ of course, although I doubt squirrels and humans can pass the virus from one to the other…but. You’re a SQUIRREL now aren’t ya? You wear a mask and gloves out there!!

  7. Poor beebes. I just want to pick him up and help him out. Well, not really because he’d bite the shit out of me.

  8. draliman says:

    It’s not his day, is it? Good luck him finding any PPE…

  9. Lynda says:

    I think our squirrels would gladly take the mine field as apposed to having lost their favorite oak tree last month. Little guys haven’t stepped a paw into our yard since. 😯

    • My squirrels kind of feel that pain since I had long overdue trimming done on my backyard oak, which removed a lot of their favorite play branches (Not to mention, their access to my roof). I haven’t seen them in the backyard much since…

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