Squee as we arrived at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic and we reluctantly turned him over to the good people there so he could begin his journey back to where squirrels belong in the wild. Reluctant only because we became bonded to him and he was too sweet and cute for words. He loved CH and CH’s rough little tummy rubs. Well, rough little tummy rubs gently given to a little teeny squirrel body.
Yesterday we were back at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic for their Open House and to see our little squirrel Squee. The Open House was packed and we found it fun and interesting but we had one little someBODY on our minds.
We found him in no time and one of the volunteers recognized us and looked on the paperwork on the clipboard and yep it was for sure our little Squee. She stuck her finger through the bars and he curled up around it and let her scratch his tummy. She said he was the only squirrel to quit his syringe feeding and stay so friendly. Minutes later CH got to rough that little tummy up too.
Saying good-bye. Toodles Squee! Have a wonderful little squirrel life. He is scheduled for release this week with three other little cuties. Two boys, two girls. They will stick together. Be taken to the wilds of someone’s rural property in their box. Box mounted on a tree and a new life begins.
It has gotten a little busy in our lives and we have places to go things to see and the Tiny Ten to tend and books to read and family to see and wine tastings to do and hammock time and flowers to smell and FOOD to grill and eat and well you get the idea! So I am going to take a little break from blogging. Take care all and I will see ya soon!