Look What the Cat Drug In

While we don't encourage domestic cats living outdoors, let's face it, many folks have felines they feed outside. These frisky felines often leave little (dead) presents for you on doorstep, and this is a great opportunity to identify some of the less frequently observed small mammals like voles, moles and mice that lead secretive lives among us. Unfortunately we don't often see these little creatures unless they are dead!

So in honor of everything spooky and horrifying, as the days lead up to All Hollows Eve, post your terrifying images (with noses and tails included please) and we will help you identify the small mammals in your backyard!

Posted on October 18, 2016 09:56 AM by mperdicas mperdicas | 0 comments | Leave a comment
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