I kept thinking something smelled untoward in my bedroom. I finally found it, in the corner. It appears to be the remains of the chipmunk that my calico, Sugar, took down a few days ago–and relocated to my bedroom. ICK. And then, of course, I had to clean it up. At least it wasn’t a deer head on my pillow.

By the way, the deer head has finally been relocated from the driveway. Lots of relocations going on around here lately. Apparently, the animals start hunting season early. I wish they’d leave me out of it!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 29, 2012  

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  1. 10-29

    I’m certain the hunter thought of the chipmunk as a gift just for you…our Rocco, the dachshund puppy has brought me 3 little snakes this summer…right into the house…very much alive.

  2. 10-29

    My pooch leaves varmits for me on the bed! Arrgh, time to get new sheets.

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