Before I start getting comments about how beneficial they are – we will not kill him. We will relocate him. I don’t want him on my porch where we sit and eat. I don’t want him in my attic, I don’t want him eating my strawberries. There are kids in the neighborhood that I’m sure will chase him. Many neighbors use chemicals on their yards. We live next to a busy street. There are safer places for him than here and I don’t want him on my porch and I have the right to not want him on my porch!
Good morning! How about a really gross picture to start your day! This is how I ended mine last night! I hadn’t looked at the cameras before I went to bed but I always do.
Is this even a possum?
This was on the sewing room camera last night. I don’t think we brought any traps with us when we left Texas. We thought we were moving into a civilized area! I know . . possums are everywhere but . . on my back porch?? I don’t even know if they came that close to the house in Texas. Probably . . we didn’t have cameras so we didn’t know what came around.
Don’t give me the speech about how beneficial possums are. This guy needs to find a new place to hang out. I don’t need the benefit of a possum on my porch. I have never seen such a fat possum but . . you know what they say . . the camera adds 10 pounds!
Why is it I expected these things in Texas and now I am so grossed out? I’ve turned into a city girl . . a wimpy city girl.
Gross! Gross! Gross!