When visiting a park, There's a reason there are signs reading "Do not feed the animals". Some ding dong tourists must of been feeding animals at a park I live nearby, because in the past few weeks 3 Raccoon's have appeared and none of them are afraid of humans, they're stealing food from the family cats and Goose because some illiterate retard is incapable of reading a sign. Do you have any idea how annoying it is to have to stand guard while your animals are eating? Which could take up to 30 minutes?! All because some drunk of starbucks hipster thought there was no reason to obey a CLEARLY WRITTEN RULE?!
In short, out of respect for nearby homeowners, don't feed the bloody animals...
Going to a park anytime soon? Listen up.: 5/27/2016 01:34:53
Raccoons are smart animals unlike koala's that have a smaller brain capacity. Having one as domesticated animal in your house would take a lot of care and love. The cry of the raccoons are also unique in its way that they're very loud and high pitched. This usually would result in complaints from neighbours. But don't let that discourage you because raccoons are amazingly cute and awesome! Unlike those agressive koala's of course.
Going to a park anytime soon? Listen up.: 5/29/2016 17:29:11
There's difference in brain size. This comment above me is another proof of how unintelligent these species are. Koala's are not that good at handling different tasks and can get quite easily angry for no reason at all too. A potential danger with koalas is that if you make contact with a koala, the koala will run naked, sing some Basque songs with you and rage even more!
Going to a park anytime soon? Listen up.: 5/29/2016 21:02:19
Update, they aren't after scraps anymore. They went after my families goose, my neighbors cat, and my other neighbors 6 chicks. I sat out there in the Florida heat after a hot shower with a spear made from a broken shovel handle just so we all could put our animals away.
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