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Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by billybobh3
Don't take this personally, because your view is very common, but where is the logic in "plinking" squirrels that go after bird feeders?
The feeders are placed outside for the benefit of wildlife (birds), and yet when some other critter eats it, they get the death penalty?
If they are annoying your dog, get a better dog! My dog loves to chase squirrels!
As to your question, I don't think allowing a couple of extra squirrels to eat your bird food will tip the ecological balance one way or another, but it may tip Karma in your favor!
Originally posted by reticledc
The one thing that a lot of people misconceive, is that animals are pests.
Animals are born survivors, and live that based on that survival instinct every single day.
Their lives are not about politics, money or technology.
Their lives are about living, plain and simple.
We can learn a lot from them.