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Date Posted: 06:02:19 09/17/12 Mon
Author: Dennis
Author Host/IP: celina-pppoe-1-50.dsl.bright.net /
Subject: Re: Little Foot
In reply to: Kelley Lorenzen 's message, "Little Foot" on 19:25:31 09/03/12 Mon

We tend to forget about their age after a while. Little
Foot is a very old squirrel when you consider their life
span is about two years in the wild. I have one here about
the same age. I look to see if he is still breathing every
now and then. I started calling him Mini-me because he
doesn't motivate around any better than me...
Even though we don't like it, we can't stop time or make
them live forever. All you can do is keep them well cared
for and happy...

>Hello Dennis! Based on some previous posts I've read,
>I hope you're in better health. Not so sure about my
>Little Foot....boy is this poor little guy looking
>rugged. Eats like a fool but doesn't seem to keep
>much weight on. Thought he was just molting, but he's
>never lost this much hair before...and the patches
>keep getting bigger. Appears to be getting around
>alright, for his age that is....little weak on his
>back legs - but no rickets! Everyday when I go check
>on him, I'm so nervous I won't feel him stir in his
>little home. He's gotta be 12 - 13 years old by now.
>My goodness he's a little fighter :-)

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