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There is a kind gentleman in Oregon that has agreed to share his weekly squirrel photos with everyone and is going to let me post them here. These are photographs that he takes of squirrels in his backyard.

His name is Bill Cooper.

He has built a lot of things for the squirrels in his backyard and I know that his photos in the weeks to come will show his hard work. He has built bridges for his squirrels to walk across from tree to tree, a ferris wheel that has goodies, a "honeymoon suite" and even made them a bar. The squirrels use it all.

In case you missed any previous weeks squirrel pictures, go to Previous Weekly Squirrel Pictures to see the ones you might have missed.

Want a screensaver with a few of Bill's Squirrels? Visit our screensaver page and you can download one.

Want to see some of Bill's old photos, you can see them at www.squirrel-rehab.org/squirrelys/index.html More will be added as I can get them together. Some will have the original stories, some will just be the photos. So stop by and see the photos.




Squirrelys Forever


I wanted to send one last Fridays Squirrel...Enjoy and thank you all for your support...
Bill Cooper

My Note: It is with much sorrow that I have to say that Bill has been very sick and will not be able to send any more squirrel pictures. Please keep Bill and his family in your prayers.
Pam



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It is with a sad heart that I must let you know that Bill passed away on Sunday, September 26, 1999 following an illness. I know that there are a lot of happy squirrels in heaven now and I bet they were all lined up at the Rainbow Bridge waiting to give him a warm welcome.

The following poem was sent from his family:

Miss Me-But Let Me Go

When I come to the end of the road
And the sun has set for me
I want no rites in a gloom filled room
Why cry for a soul set free.

Miss Me a little-But Not Too Long
And not with your head bowed low
Remember the love that we once shared
Miss Me-but Let Me Go.

For this a journey that we all must take
And each must go alone
It's all a part of the Master's plan
A step on the road to home.

When you are lonely and sick of heart
Go to the friends we know
And bury your sorrows in doing good deeds
Miss Me-But Let Me Go.

Author Unknown



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Posing Squirrel
Here's one of the local squirrels checking things out and doing what squirrels do. This week you're going to have to put your own story and title as my brain doesn't want to function.

See ya next week
Bill Cooper



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Squirrel Football


Here's one of the local squirrels getting ready for this years football season.  He said that his tail keeps getting in the way when he hikes it but that's one of the hazards of squirrel football.  Notice the almost perfect blocking posture.  Now if I can just get him to stop wearing flowers on to the field, I think the guys would stop laughing at him.

See Ya next week

Bill Cooper




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Tiger the Squirrel Woods
Here's Tiger the Squirrel Woods trying to make up his mind on either eating the nut or whacking the golf ball.  After looking around and seeing the cat it was an easy decision. The cat is walking around with a funny look on her face again and Tiger's munching on his nut.

See Ya next week

Bill Cooper




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Squirrel After Beauty Parlor Visit
Here's Snoopy coming out of beauty salon wearing the latest fashion in squirrel hairdo.  It's called a squirrel puff and seems to be catching on great here in the Northwest.  This is her second visit in less than a month. I think she's been talking too much with my wife.  She says if I want her to be an Internet squirrel I'm just going to have to pay the price. I suppose next she'll want to do her finger nails.

See you next week
Bill Cooper




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