RoyBatty: OgreMagi: R.A.Danny: Raccoons are really REALLY cute, and can be domesticated in that they will get along with humans very lovingly, but they will fark up your house every chance they get. They're really smart and inquisitive and will break out of just about ay cage you can put them in and then you will need a new house and new stuff inside of it.When we were kids, we asked our dad to get us a raccoon for a pet. He flat out said no chance EVER. It turned out that when he was a teenager he had a pet raccoon and it wreaked havoc upon the entire household. Nothing was safe from its little paws if it set its mind to it.We didn't have pet raccoons, but when I lived in Berkeley, we lived literally on top of Strawberry Creek which had been culverted and it was very clear there was a family of raccoons living below us.We regularly would see the eyes of four or more of them hiding under the cars, and we often could find them late at night playing the kids' toys most of which had little bite marks all over them..This however, is Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, dealing with a raccoon infestation.[i.imgur.com image 480x360]
danielscissorhands: This however, is Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, dealing with a raccoon infestation.[i.imgur.com image 480x360]Someone should throw him down the stairs.
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