Super squirrel.

Yes the squirrel who decided to play dead on our bedroom windowsill from morning until evening. Who, after some coaching with a strategically placed fishing net, flew down the sheer face of our house and bounded off at full speed along our road, (narrowly avoiding a few cars and a gang of teenagers), before diving into some bushes.
What a rodent.
squirrel vertigo

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Posted on August 24, 2014, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. What a sight to see! I wonder why he decided to go up on the sill to start with. Privacy, maybe!

  2. The little buggers hang upside down on my harling and chitter! 😦

  3. Red or grey? Here in the Lake District, where the disease carrying,big imported grey squirrels are pushing out the native little red ones ( think Squirrel Nutkin), we have two clearly defined, approved patterns of behaviour: trap and eat the greys ( some top hotels do this), spend an entire week in the rain, going “AAAAHHH!” every time you spot a red. Simple, really.

  4. A squirrel with an attack of vertigo perhaps?!

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