And Now a Word from City Squirrels = Masked Squirrels – A Good Thing

The Squirr-eles, as I like to call these neighborhood jokers, are pretty much laid back like so many species of wildlife that are becoming more present inside cities. They were so completely unmoved by my walking near them a few days ago, that they were posing for me. Normally they are fast moving, skittish, little beasts and hard to catch in a photo.

Sooo here’s what they were going on about. Now a word or two from the City Squirrels. Dude, it’s the new normal for wildlife AND you human types, right?

Squirrel with Mask cartoon Ckatt 5-27-2020

Masked Squirrel Stay Stay Safe At Home ~ © Ckatt 5-27-2020

Baby Squirrel Cartoon CKatt 5-27-2020

Baby Squirrel Message – Masked Squirrel © Ckatt 5-27-2020

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen.

Save a life and wear a mask wherever you may be in this new world.

Peace

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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6 Responses to And Now a Word from City Squirrels = Masked Squirrels – A Good Thing

  1. I don’t think they get it. I was sitting in my garden and a squirrel scampered by about 1 m away. So I shouted after him “Hey mate, don’t go all continental on me, we Brits are more standoffish, its 2 m over here. Ignored me. Didn’t even have a mask.

  2. mydangblog says:

    I love this–so cute and true!

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