Wednesday, December 19, 2007

THE BEGGAR!!






When my Parents-n-law vacationed at Tybee Island in September.....they spotted this beggar 3 stories below their balcony. Apparently there wasnt anything he didn't like. I fed him Fiddle Faddle, Danny fed him sausage, & Kevin fed him bread. He ate a good size meal & left. He came back everyday & would sit there looking up, waiting for you to throw him a meal. At least he didnt steal it!!!!!!!

12 comments:

Andrea said...

Sounds like he was spoiled and used to people feeding him.

As for my V post for today, the Veteran's Park is in Tallapoosa, GA. in Haralson County.

dot said...

Cute! Next you can do rich man, poor man, doctor, lawyer, indian chief.

Revee said...

AWWW, look at that cute little beggar face! :)

Farmer Blu's Wife said...

He really trained you well!!! =)

Kelli said...

Aww...so cute! I'll bet he liked all the treats! LOL
Kelli

oldmanlincoln said...

I had no idea raccoons would eat pecans. We have had them here since we moved here and this was a new house and the last group arrived as one animal, a mother, and left with four weaned youngsters trailing her. Extremely sad but it was best for them and us. They were becoming like family.

Salty said...

He was begging when you seen him but given the chance he would steal you blind :)

Back when we had free ranging chickens on the farm the raccoons on occassion take up chicken stealing. Of course this would usually end up badly for the raccoon for at some point the farm dogs would put him up a tree and that was that for Mr. Bandit.

Jen said...

Too funny. sound's like you all had just as much fun with him as he had with you.

Lori said...

Cute! Looks like he got spoiled.

Merry Christmas to you and your family if I don't make it back over here.

Willard said...

Yep, at least he wasn't stealing!
It sounds like you had fun wit him.

In answer to your question on my blog:

It was a two-year study, with a total of 904 on-site interviews which were conducted over the course of 78 survey days. The majority of the survey days and data collected was in the fall which is when most visitation occurred.

Sister--Three said...

I came looking to see the sky over the pecan orchard and all I saw was an old COON.

patsy said...

happy new year.