Randy promptly closed the door and went to get his trap. After putting his trap in the room he realized the squirrel could squeeze under the door so he went outside and got stepping stones and put along the bottom of the door. All night-- it stayed like this.
At 8:15 animal control came in to pick up the squirrel. He took the cage he brought into the bathroom and closed the door. I really wanted to take pictures of this --- but I didnt get to. Randy said " just go outside and take them through the window. There are steps there already." I am thinking I must have missed Randy standing on steps outside peering through the window to catch a glimpse of the squirrel. That too, would have been a kodak moment. ( I know.. I am mean.)
Ten minutes later the animal control guy came out of the bathroom with the squirrel in the cage. The kids couldnt see it. I didnt ask him to uncover it so they could see. I mean, I think the squirrel was ok, but what if it wasn't.
That is how our morning started off in preschool.
I dont know if the kids learned anything but I did.
1. I NEVER use the upstairs restroom. NEVER. I will now make MORE trips up there to clean it. Goodness know the man in the house doesnt.
2. I want to redecorate the upstairs bathroom. It is done in lighthouses from Randy's house when we got married. It never bothered me because I didnt go up there. Now, it does..
3. Always keep a chip in the camera ready for squirrel watching ... or watchers. :)
4. The animal control guy says if it happens again to use peanut butter. Boy ,do we have spoiled squirrels. They no longer want peanuts ,they prefer it processed into peanut butter? I wonder if it matters if it is creamy or crunchy?
All in a days work.