The Burger Bun Burglar




Seen at a local Sonic



I guess he wanted a little peace and quiet while he ate his hamburger.  Two of his mates got away before we could get the camera turned on and aimed at them. 





*Dear blogger friends- Mama passed peacefully in her sleep last Monday evening. Thank you so very much for all of your condolences and prayers on facebook. Each and every one of you were a blessing to me.*

29 comments:

  1. What a charmer. And he/she looks as if that isn't the first bun consumed...

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  2. Oh that little rascal! They are so darned cute and SO destructive. I remember the years that I'd get so frustrated trying to raise sweetcorn. Just when it was to be picked, they'd get there a few minutes ahead of me in the night and take a bite or two out of EACH ear.

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  3. SO sorry to hear that your Mama passed away. I trust you find comfort n knowing that she is now healthy and rejoicing.I love the little thief you caught.

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  4. They are so cute....I bet they can make a mess though.

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  5. Looks like he knows where to get his food. My condolences on the passing of your mom.

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  6. Well,, he is so pretty, and who would deny him a tasty morsel or two?

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  7. hij weet wel waar hij moet zijn.

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  8. I've had a few somewhat unnerving encounters with these critters.

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  9. LOL, I like that title Burger Bun Burglar. He was caught with the bun in his mouth too. Great captures! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

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  10. My condolence on your loss of your mother. and this is one cute burglar and he is eating my favorite food. someone said to me since I am dieting. why don't you take the top bun off and eat your burger open faced. I said really???? the bun is my favorite part..

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  11. What great captures and it is pleasing to know the burgers got recycled rather than sent to the landfill.

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  12. You're getting the stink-eye in that last photo!

    My sincere sympathy in your mother's death - saying a prayer for peace and comfort for your family...

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  13. Raccoons. So very cute but they can be such a pain. You sure got some good photos. Blessings, Betsy

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  14. I am so sorry Terri, I will keep you in my prayers. What a bunch of cute photos.

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  15. I don't get too close to raccoons if I can help it. They can be quite mean even if they look cute. Great pictures!

    I'm so sorry for your loss, Terri. I've been thinking of you the past few days.

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  16. Look at that sneak thief! Wow. I know they can be pests and many people really dislike them, but I always enjoy seeing them.

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  17. I'm so sorry to read here about your Mom. Hugs, love and prayers to you. ♥

    That is not that raccoon's first bun...look how big he is!

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  18. In our neighborhood they cooperatively boost each other up to open the hinged lids of the garbage cans. One got trapped in a neighbor's can and nearly scared her to death when she walked out to the curb to add some garbage. Makes me wonder how many end up in the garbage truck as it has an automated lift!

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  19. Hello Terri,
    The facial expression is ingenious, he knows exactly what he does evil.
    Greetings Frank

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  20. Somebody was hungry! Sorry for your loss.

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  21. My condolences on the passing of your mother, Teri. I know the sadness you are feeling now.
    This racoon seems to have been one determined fellow.

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  22. Great photo's here.

    So sorry to read that your Mama passed away, my condolences.

    All the best Jan

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  23. I am so sorry Terri, prayers and thoughts are with you.

    Naughty little raccoons but I love them anyway.

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  24. I'm so sorry that you've lost your Mama my friend. I'm keeping you all in my prayers. I know it's a hard time for you. Sweet hugs, Diane

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  25. Dear Terri, My deepest sympathy in the loss of your Mother. I am no longer on fb and did not know until today. You were a very loving and caring daughter; I know you cherish the time you had together. God bless you. xo

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