In fact, Kitten Thunder endures a life of hardship.
What? You think he should lick soup out of a bowl on the floor or something?
We ARE working. This is very important for my clients.
And just in case you think only my cats have it rough, I bring you Tubbo. The most neglected of all squirrels.
As you can see he is struggling to survive the winter.
I am laughing out loud about “the most neglected of all squirrels.” Your posts never fail to crack me up!
I love how Tubbo’s arms just kind of melt into his sides.
Wow – I’m feeling slightly neglected by my human… And where can I get one of those Tubbos???
I place peanuts or bread on the window sill and Tubbo magically appears. Perhaps your human can try that?
I’ve got to try that shadow thing.
Poor Tubbo. Thank you for opening my eyes to the heartbreak of squirrel obesity.
And he just gets bigger and bigger. Now he has to open the lid to the squirrel feeder because he can’t fit through the hole that they’ve chewed in the lid.
That squirrel is one peanut away from not being able to lift his hands to his mouth!
A couple hours ago I put 1/4 of a loaf of stale bread out on the sill and the porch. It is gone. We have restocked OutTV with “squirrel mix” – corn, seeds and nuts – which they have to eat more slowly.