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    What a sweetheart!

    Merry Christmas little Peter Pan!

    And a Happy, Squirrely, New Year!!!!!!

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    He is too cute for words. He looks absolutely amazing. Love that little booger but I can see he's being adequately spoiled by you

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    Quote Originally Posted by HRT4SQRLS View Post
    Miche, Iím glad he reminds you of Simon.

    Iím definitely not a photographer. I pulled out the Ďrealí camera so I could use the zoom. I like to throw a few toys or whatever in the photo to add a little cuteness to the pic. In the past I have used miniature items like a 4 inch Radio Flyer wagon to get some cutes pics so I guess I do like to use props.
    What? No picture of this cutie in the Christmas tree?!

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    Oh my, itís time to update everyone on Peter Pan.
    He is doing awesome. His skin is perfect and his belly is plump.
    Seriously, he really has blossomed into a confident, squirrelly squirrel.

    I was concerned because he has been very bored in his cage and he started chewing the bars.
    I made the decision to put him in the cage on my back porch. Our weather is fantastic. We are forecast to get to the low 80ís for the coming week. If we have any extreme cold I can always bring him back in for a few days. As it stands now I would like to release him the first week of March.

    I prepped the release cage and gave him a Ďforestí of oak branches. I actually might have put a few too many in there. Sometimes I have trouble finding him in his forest. Yesterday he was transferred to the cage. I gave him his cube with Fluffer fleece and his hammock that his mom sent. There is also a nest box in the cage. He hasnít entered the nest box yet and itís clear he isnít ready to give up the Fluffer fleece so he slept in his fleece cube last night. He doesnít know that I put 2 Fluffer fleece in the nest box.

    Here are pic of Peter Pan taken today. He LOVES being outside. He has already had visitors as the back porch is frequented by the resident moochers.

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    What a handsome squirrel! It makes my heart sing to think that he will be climbing in the trees, healthy and strong, in the near future! Great job with him!

    BTW, great photos too!
    See my wild squirrel adventures in the thread "Squirtle's yard!":
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    Thanks for the good news update on Peter Pan HRT!

    Please don't forget some short videos (or long ones) on release day. I love to see them tasting freedom for the first time.

    Peter Pan

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    He looks like a happy camper!

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    Peter Pan is a cutie

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    He looks great and very confident out there among the branches.
    I'm so happy for him that he has this chance to strengthen and grow
    instead of having to struggle to survive at such a young age.
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    Peter Pan is looking gorgeous!

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    Peter enjoying a hibiscus. I think he might even be posing.

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    Peter Pan is doing great. He finally moved into the wooden nest box in the release cage. I was beginning to think I would need to hang his cube in the tree when he is released. It is completely stuffed with Fluffer fleece and he wasnít giving that up. When he discovered that the nest box had some Fluffer fleece he decided it was OK to move into it. He has MANY squirrel visitors. They hang on his cage near his food. They remember. Of course, they get handouts so no one is being deprived.

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    Definitely posing!
    See my wild squirrel adventures in the thread "Squirtle's yard!":
    https://thesquirrelboard.com/forums/...quirtle-s-Yard!

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    These photos just make my heart smile!
    Peter Pan

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    You have a release date yet? More or less?

    Time for me to start worrying about Peter Pan!

    He looks so good HRT!

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    Iím thinking release the first week of March. No need to worry RockyPops. He will be another little face looking in the French doors.
    They think nothing of walking right in when the door opens.

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    Peter Pan is a VERY handsome boy!

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    So many threads, so little time! I think I saw this way back in December but somehow lost it. THANK YOU, QueenP and HRT4SQRLS for all you have done for Peter Pan! I triple ditto everything everyone else said. He is a Handsome Boy! Love all the pics, especially the ones where he's holding his hibiscus. I think you're right. He IS posing, the little ham!


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    This little guy needs a contract with "Squirrel Beauty" magazine. He's a natural born model!
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    My sweet Scooter, darling Hami, beloved gentle Simon... YOU are the ones who brought that magic in my life. You've changed the way I see all things around me now and, because of you, I want to be a better person. This is not goodbye, my sweethearts. You be at peace, your work here on earth is done... now you are finally, truly free. Until we meet at the Bridge again, just remember that I will always love you.
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    Peter Pan got a treat today. Wow, he went nuts over it.

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