Monday, April 12, 2010

April 12, 2010

THIS IS AN ESA!!!
(Emergency Squirrel Alert)


Squirrels have been spotted at the park where I walk.
Repeat, squirrels have been spotted at the park where I walk.
Do not panic.
Put all children under the age of 5 into a box for safe-keeping.
(Make sure you poke holes into the box so they can breathe.)
Hide your nuts!
(This includes that uncle who only comes to visit at Thanksgiving)
More information will be provided
as it becomes available.

-=-=-End of ESA-=-=-

UPDATE:

There is ONE LESS SQUIRREL at the park.
Repeat, ONE LESS SQUIRREL.

-=-=End of Update-=-=-

(From the tall guy:
No, Jack did not eat a squirrel,
because 1) EWWWWW
and 2) Yuck!
But he did scare one so bad,
he convinced it to move to Michigan!)

27 comments:

  1. Way to go Jack!

    I know I sent some to the next khounty last week!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  2. WTG JAck
    You're DA man!!!!
    Scared that squirrel silly!!!

    wags
    Jazzi

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  3. O for Awesome Jack!
    Of course you are todays hero...

    Koda MD

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  4. How close did you get, Jack? We heard squirrel tastes like chicken, which tastes pretty good out of this red and white box with KFC on the side. It is a little easier to catch that way, though you have to make sad eyes at the hu-dad.

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  5. Way to go Jack! you are my hero!

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  6. Way to go jack....keep sending the squirrels north. We have more southern squirrels than we need and they are gnawing on our deck and red bellied woodpeckers are rat a tat tatting on our house. Oh we'll be glad with spring courtship is over!!
    Madi and Mom

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  7. Sometimes there are flat squirrels near our house which are very nommy and easy to catch.

    Slobbers,
    Mango

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  8. I notice you didn't alert the children & nuts that they could come out of hiding... BOL

    Keep up the good work!

    P.S. Just wondering... what have you got against Michigan?

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  9. Thankfully Michigan is still far enough a way from Montreal. Keep em your way Jack - we have tooo many right here in our backyard!

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  10. Yeah, I thought I saw him running through Minnesota....must of gotten lost!

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  11. Good job - hope he stays there!
    xo Sammie

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  12. We've been told that fried squirrel is pretty tasty!

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  13. Great emergency system Jack!! One less squirrel last seen running at high speed into Michigan! Funny!!

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  14. Go Jack!!! Let me know if you need any help eatin...I mean SCARING any of those varmits!!

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  15. I'm a bit skeptical about the squirrel that "moved". I mean, the look on your face, Jack, is a bit suspicious and that includes the tongue action.
    Thanks for the Hurley suggestions. For one thing the site is eco friendly!
    Twinkie

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  16. Oh noes Jack please to don't send yer squirrels to Michigan. We already have squirrels as big as cows! No kiddin. Cow squirrels! Sware to pizza.

    Bobo and Meja

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  17. Jack you are so right with the birds courting and now Madi's virtual date. HA!! Good news is we are having all the exterior of the house replaced with hardiplank this year then painted. I don't think(hope) even a frisky woodpecker can hammer through hardiplank

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  18. Too bad you didn't eat it, Jack. The world needs less squirrels!!!

    Luv,
    Cloud

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  19. He forgot the squirrel I live with!

    Liz

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  20. Good work Jack! Sage would have helped you with the squirrel hunting...she hates squirrels!

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  21. Ah ha! We're cluing in here...so, it didn't stop in Kansas at Tank's deck? Your's rode the BUS!? That's pretty cool...rodents riding to Michigan.

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

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  22. Hey! We have enough squirrels here, so cut it out! (Are you the one who has been sending all those yard-poopin' bunnies too?!)

    Our first dog ate a squirrel once. Well, just a leg. That's not something you really want to see! Bleh. But I guess it wasn't the brighest squirrel in the bunch if it got surprised by a 70 pound dog with a jingly dog collar LOL

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  23. keep up the good work...just don't send those nasty squirrels to my house. Coop WILL eat them.
    Ben

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  24. HA HA! Great post Jack!
    One squirrel down, 23429873928398273987 more to go.
    You can do it!

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  25. Sam used to bring me rabbits at my Mom's house, quite alive, mind you. He caught them and carefully hung on to them.

    Sam

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