more about: squirrels

No Acorns Means No Squirrels — I’m Good With That

I have this big chestnut oak in my back yard that drops about a ton of big, meaty acorns in fall that squirrels relish. However, a brief examination of the tree yesterday revealed very few acorns this year. Without this vital food source, those fluffy-tailed rats might starve. Aw, nuts.

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Don’t Feed Stinking Squirrels!

I hate squirrels. Hate them, hate, hate them, hate them! They gobble my birdseed, dig up my plants, gnaw on my wires, and nest in my attic. And it’s all the fault of you people. You squirrel feeders out there.

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Burn, Squirrel, Burn!

    Feisty squirrels sizzle and pop after brainlessly scarfing down my red-hot bird seed.   Hope reigns, America. No longer must we suffer the indignity and injustice of watching stinking squirrels slug down precious bird seed day-after-day while our little, winged tweeters starve. We have an answer — one that doesn’t require a greased pole, sliding pole, fall-away perches, […]

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Send Rats Packing the Natural Way

Have nasty rats and mice invaded your home? Do squirrels scamper through your attic? Have you called the exterminator over and over again only to have the problem return? Well, finally there’s an answer — a product guaranteed to rid your home of rodents forever. That’s right. Fresh Cat! The only all-natural rodent repellent made from 100% powdered housecats! One whiff […]

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Hocus Crocus! Signs of Spring

For many people, the magical sudden appearance of crocus blooms are the surest sign that spring is nigh. As happy as you are to see crocus, squirrels and chipmunks are even happier.

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