The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

You may read previous post (Part 1):

- The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 1


The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources.


Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden


We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.


However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.


It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.


If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.


Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.


Fig 02- Trash as a food source for raccoon


Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.


A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:

- she looks at me crazy

- she didn’t move

- she didn't shew

- she was not scared.


Have you ever faced with raccoon?


What do you think?


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    1. Indeed.... but, destructive animals

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources.

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  2. They are cute looking critters but I've never seen one except in photos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.

      A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:
      - she looks at me crazy
      - she didn’t move
      - she didn't shew
      - she was not scared.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon?

      What do you think?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY DO BANANA RIPEN FASTER THAN WE EXPECTED?
      - WHAT ARE EQUIPMENT TO CUT THE TREES DOWN IN NEIGHBORHOOD?
      - ARE WOMEN HAPPIER WITHOUT HUSBAND AND CHILDREN?
      - WHY DO RETIREES LOVE NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA AND ARIZONA?
      - WHAT ARE IMPORTANT HEALTH BENEFIT OF ASPARAGUS?

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2

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  5. My cousin nursed one back to health when it was a baby. And it was quite a character. She's loved animals ever since and now has a monkey in the house. Truly, they are destructive. The ones around here..are huge. I suspect they live in the tree out back, but I have to wonder if squirrels are sharing it with a raccoon family in the big oak out front, too.

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    1. you Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources.

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  6. They are interesting creatures. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

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  7. They are very cute but can be destructive. At our old house the neighbor nursed a baby and he used to walk around with it on his shoulders! He eventually had to let it go as it was starting to be destructive in his house. They also can get rabies so you have to be careful. Hope you have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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    1. Indeed....
      Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.

      A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:
      - she looks at me crazy
      - she didn’t move
      - she didn't shew
      - she was not scared.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon?

      What do you think?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY DO BANANA RIPEN FASTER THAN WE EXPECTED?
      - WHAT ARE EQUIPMENT TO CUT THE TREES DOWN IN NEIGHBORHOOD?
      - ARE WOMEN HAPPIER WITHOUT HUSBAND AND CHILDREN?
      - WHY DO RETIREES LOVE NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA AND ARIZONA?
      - WHAT ARE IMPORTANT HEALTH BENEFIT OF ASPARAGUS?

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  8. Me ha gustado mucho tu blog, tienes un nuevo seguidor desde el norte de España. Saludos desde http://faunacompacta.blogspot.com/

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    1. you Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
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      You may read previous post (Part 1):
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      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
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      You may read previous post (Part 1):

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      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources

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  9. Very interesting post ;) Have a nice day ;)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Delete
  10. 30% discount for the whole order and a Protein Cake mix for free is really nice =) Thanks.
    I love chocolate chips too =)

    Nice part 2 of why raccoons visit your neighborhoods. Here in Germany there are just a few of them, so I don't see one until now :D

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    1. I see...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.

      A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:
      - she looks at me crazy
      - she didn’t move
      - she didn't shew
      - she was not scared.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon?

      What do you think?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY DO BANANA RIPEN FASTER THAN WE EXPECTED?
      - WHAT ARE EQUIPMENT TO CUT THE TREES DOWN IN NEIGHBORHOOD?
      - ARE WOMEN HAPPIER WITHOUT HUSBAND AND CHILDREN?
      - WHY DO RETIREES LOVE NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA AND ARIZONA?
      - WHAT ARE IMPORTANT HEALTH BENEFIT OF ASPARAGUS?

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  11. I've never seen one up close, but my mom's friend once told us she had a raccoon in her attic lol.

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    1. hope, raccoon didn't destroy the attic ..


      you Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2

      You may read previous post (Part 1):

      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources

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  12. That must have been so scary for the racoon in your house. She must have regretted getting inside. They little guys are a pain but so cute that it is hard to get upset with them.

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    1. the little ones look so cute...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Delete
  13. They are cute, but can be very destructive. A family moved into my neighbor's attic and caused thousands of dollars in damages.

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    1. You are right...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.

      A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:
      - she looks at me crazy
      - she didn’t move
      - she didn't shew
      - she was not scared.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon?

      What do you think?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY DO BANANA RIPEN FASTER THAN WE EXPECTED?
      - WHAT ARE EQUIPMENT TO CUT THE TREES DOWN IN NEIGHBORHOOD?
      - ARE WOMEN HAPPIER WITHOUT HUSBAND AND CHILDREN?
      - WHY DO RETIREES LOVE NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA AND ARIZONA?
      - WHAT ARE IMPORTANT HEALTH BENEFIT OF ASPARAGUS?

      Delete
  14. I never see one, we have boars here. Have a nice day

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2

      You may read previous post (Part 1):

      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources

      Delete
  15. They look cute like bandits but must be annoying to have them raiding the trash and stealing the dog's food. I am glad we do not have them here, only monkeys coming in and stealing our food.

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    1. they bring rabies too...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 03- Young raccoon on the branches.

      A fat raccoon has entered to our house few years ago by chewing through our roofing shingles, then got access into attic:
      - she looks at me crazy
      - she didn’t move
      - she didn't shew
      - she was not scared.

      Have you ever faced with raccoon?

      What do you think?

      # Previous postings:
      - WHY DO BANANA RIPEN FASTER THAN WE EXPECTED?
      - WHAT ARE EQUIPMENT TO CUT THE TREES DOWN IN NEIGHBORHOOD?
      - ARE WOMEN HAPPIER WITHOUT HUSBAND AND CHILDREN?
      - WHY DO RETIREES LOVE NEW MEXICO, FLORIDA AND ARIZONA?
      - WHAT ARE IMPORTANT HEALTH BENEFIT OF ASPARAGUS?

      Delete
  17. They are so cute.
    I've never seen one.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      You may read previous post (Part 1):
      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2

      You may read previous post (Part 1):

      - THE REASONS RACCOON VISIT OUR NEIGHBORHOOD – PART 1

      The animals easily to adapt to their environment in term of foods and water resources

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      The Reasons Raccoon Visit Our Neighborhood – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- A raccoon entered the garden

      We find raccoon sift through garbage to find food in our neighborhood.

      However, their favorite foods is our pet’s food. They are eating cat or dog foods, then they will come back in other days if they feel safe.

      It seems that he raccoon is just hungry. It might have babies around too and looking to feed them.

      If a wild raccoon doesn't run when approached, stay away.

      Raccoons are dangerous when cornered, and most times they are sick.

      Delete