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if its red then it is a shame if it is injured. If its grey i have no sympathy for it at all - i had a tree full of walnuts up until about 10 days ago now the grey squirrels have had them all. A lot of them they have buried in a 'nest' in the ground in my lawn! i guess this is usual for them but i had never really thought about where they hide their nuts before!
I live in Ohio (USA) and I don't care if you're in Denmark, Ireland or the US (or anywhere else in the world), squirrels are one of God's beautiful creatures and deserve a chance at life like all. I, too, just spotted a tailless squirrel in my back yard this morn, and was wondering what the little guy's chances are. I do believe that baby squirrels are born tailless, but they grow quickly, and that would be in the spring anyhow. Probably this time of year, the little guy was in the wars- we have cats- could be that or a car, etc. I just hope mine makes it through the winter