All-purpose wild animal thread (rolling, scampering, etc)


#1

this one was about to try and cross a busy road, so I had a word.

(really hope she or he stays safe)


#2

hedgehogs are sooo silly and always doing this :worried:

just in case anyone missed the news: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-40720327


#3

I thought this was going to be about the hedgehog that inflated like a beach ball


#4

:heart_eyes: Muska is an astonishingly pretty cat (also awww)


#5

Subthread: verbs and specific verbs?

Otters are the only animals that gambol.


#6

I’m pretty sure I’ve seen lambs and goats, amongst other animals, doing this.


#7

pigeons and starlings eating maltesers yesterday


#8

How did they get the wrapper off?


#9

I saw a cool wee fox in Bunhill yesterday. It was just looking at us, then had a little lie down.


#10

never actually seen a hedgehog in the wild. you’re well lucky.


#11

:heart_eyes_fox:

one time, there was a kind of adorably dopey little fox who popped up across the road from where I was, maybe only ten feet away. looked at me and then sat down. <3


#12

I guess I just hang out in the same places as hedgehogs


#13

This guy keeps popping up in my garden so I decided to put some food out for him. Even brought his friend along the other night. I’ve named him Mr. Prickle.


#14

Thought this was going to be a @creakyknees returns thread.


#15

Not quite a wild animal (I think it had a tag on it’s ear) but an animal in a wild place (if you’ll ignore the well-made, very well-used footpath there…). Look, I’m posting it anyway!


#16

the best dolphin