The Gargoyle

I do my haunting during the daytime.

Just a squirrel I spotted in my neighbor’s tree yesterday on a cool, cloudy, misty autumn day shielding himself from the dampness with his tail… and barking his fool head off as he typically does from his perch every afternoon.  Perhaps he’ll stick around to haunt the neighborhood on Halloween evening tomorrow?  This week’s Saturday Squirrel could use a set of glowing eyes…

Have a great weekend everyone!


About evilsquirrel13

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 Gargoyle

  1. Those tail umbrellas work for rain but do little to protect squirrels from peepers with cameras!


  2. Rivergirl says:

    We must have a strange breed of silent squirrel, they never bark.

  3. noelleg44 says:

    I was barked at constantly by our squirrels when I was outside at our former home. After all those years, they still thought we were invading their territory. They got better when I left them acorns.

    • This guy just seems to have a general grievance with everything. Twice this week I came back from my walk to hear him as soon as I turned onto my street… and my street’s pretty empty at that time!

  4. With his tail positioned like that, it would appear he has a full body mohawk!

  5. Kismet says:

    He’s waiting for you to walk under him so he can bomb you. He’s a wannabe bird.

  6. Juliette says:

    Beautiful photo. Cuteness abounds.

  7. Squirrels bark?? The holes in my education…. 🥺

  8. mydangblog says:

    Squirrel gargoyles are perfect for warding off the yard ghouls–their bark scares them away!

  9. draliman says:

    Looks to me like he’s entered Attack Mode…

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