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Meet Stitch....

Discussion in 'Woof Memorial Critter's Corner' started by SKYWLKR, Nov 15, 2004.

  1. SKYWLKR

    SKYWLKR

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    Meet Stitch, our 7 week old orphaned/booted out the nest due to bad foot, southern flying squirrel.

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  2. MrsKitty

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    AAAawwwwwweeeee!!!!

    How cute!!!!

    ;e ;e ;e ;e
     

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    The little guy is precious. What will you do with him?
     
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    kneeoh Dammit Jim!

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    Out of curiosity, What do you feed him? Certainly is neat lookin' and what a name!
     
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    Well, he cant go back into the wild with his foot , esp. now that he has imprinted on us.

    He eats A'kerns, Pecans, fruit,veggies, A'kerns, Ban'anners, insects ,pinkie mice (hairless) and a special Calcuim and Vitamin D suplement due to his nocturnalness.
     
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    cute . heres pic of my 2 year old pet skwirl , secret, found as a baby .
     
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    I loved to raise a baby squirrel. We've fed and tamed chipmunks to the point where they'll pick up peanuts off the ground at our feet.
     
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    are you able to let them out of the cages and wander freely?
     
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    you can let them out but only under close super vision and withthe cats locked in another room.

    they can weazle into just about any hole. and they can still have a tendency to chew.

    but once they imprint and know you they will stay close to you and come when you call them .
     
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    cool, didn't know that
     
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    Oh great. Now I want a squirrel too ;e