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When the little tree rats won’t come down out of the tree to play, Roscoe has no choice but to try the squirrel stare.
The tree rats fascinate Roscoe P. He does his best to convince them to come just inside the fence so they can “play,” but the squirrels—wisely—decline the invitation. Unfortunately, that leaves our hero with nothing to do but the squirrel stare.
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Missed A Rabbit By A Hare
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My girl has the same stare at bunnies not squirrels. She sees nothing else hears nothing just watching with the Corgi Mind Meld…🤣🤣
Our WallE does the same hoping one will fall from a tree!
Maybe someday a tree branch will break and the little demon will fall into your yard..
Any snow yet at the Coast? Been plenty cold and snowy in NC mtns this Winter. Ski areas hopefully are keeping busy! Another malamute has joined the pack. A cat chasing 13 month old 110 lb pup from one of Bowen’s Malamutes litters who’s owner had to rehome him. Now Jarvis is chasing huskies and other malamutes!!! Stay safe and healthy!
Poor Roscoe-it seems the MORE he stares the more the squirrels RUN! Maybe someday one won’t be as smart and will accept your invitation!