144 comments

Glennis Whitney
Glennis Wabout a year ago

Really cute. Thank you for caring and sharing.

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Glennis Whitney
Glennis Wabout a year ago

So cute. Thank you for caring and sharing.

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Glennis Whitney
Glennis Wabout a year ago

Great Racoon. great video. just made my day greater Thank you for caring and sharing.

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Peter K.
Peter Kabout a year ago

Lovely, thanks for sharing. =^..^=

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Claudia Acosta
Claudia Acosta2 years ago

Hooo this little beauty was pretty hungry!

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Fi T.
Past Member 2 years ago

They're telling us to treasure our food instead of wasting it

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Maureen C.
Maureen C2 years ago

That's a pretty skinny mama racoon (saw her teats), so she was probably pretty desperate for food.

My cats were always good with racoons -- pretty much the same reactions as those cats, but never any real problems or violence; and the racoons were never intimidated by the cats.

That's the first time I've ever seen a racoon run on it's back legs!

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Marion Friedl
Marion Friedl2 years ago

Karen K., I don´t think so, normally raccoons are naughty, but peaceful, I never heard that one tore a cat apart or bit her to death!
And Kathryn M, normally raccons eat small water animals like crabs or so, that´s why it looks as if they washed their food, it´s just a use of them...

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Marion Friedl
Marion Friedl2 years ago

LOL, I found it too funny how the raccoon dipped the dry food into the water bowl...

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Kathryn Mitchell
Kathryn Mitchell2 years ago

LOL!!! Too funny! I didn't know that raccoons actually do wash their meals, I thought that was just an old wives tail. I love kittens, raccoons, and skunks. Love how the kitties just stand there and watch, shocked, about the raccoon's boldness.... and that was great how the raccoon just grabbed a handfful of food at the end and ran off on its back legs. LOVE it!

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