Back in early spring when food was hard to come by for all our feathered and furry friends the local squirrel (or one of them) was as is usual helping himself to the birsds nuts and it seems they were having some difficulty getting to the nuts inside.
This was evident from the way the wire on the feeder had been bent, I assume by his teeth in order to get an opening so that nutkin could get inside. One day was different however, the feeder was gone, nowhere to be seen. At the time I left it, imaginging he had taken it away so he could get a plasma cutter onto it or something… That started the idea for a bit of a cartoon.
Move ona few months and with a bit of time I created this…
I did find the bird feeder – just in case you were curious.
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