@FourwandsW@GovPhilScott How can this even be hard to decide and put on paper? Peanut can't live alone in the wild, so it has to be taken care of. She's taken care of by a responsible person who knows how to care for squirrels. This is the only solution in the best interest of the squirrel. #SavePeanut
I got a very welcome surprise at my doorstep this morning! Yummy organic whole milk yogurt from the AMAZING folks at @Stonyfield!! It's baby season and whole milk yogurt is a WONDERFUL transition food for young squirrels that are weaning off of formula. Thank you, Stonyfield!! https://t.co/lXVbaDWUrs
I was passing out bedtime grapes tonight and one of the Kristlettes poked their heads out! The biggest surprise is how LIGHT he or she is! I don't know if that's just the stage of fur growth or not but by comparison, the other baby I could see was much darker. https://t.co/h0eiNhugdi
It would seem that F&W has been visiting my website using a proxy on an almost daily basis. While it's legal for them to do, it's a bit unsettling. Your message to the Governor reminds all that we are watching them too.
https://t.co/66nQvGZZnG. I'm not giving up on Peanut but it's starting to look like they are hoping YOU will. Please don't let that happen. 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻. Please sign/share the petition and let's remind them that we aren't going away.
Day after day, I worry about her fate (as well as my permit to continue caring for her as well as the other animals that are brought to me for care). If you are up for reminding the Governor that we are still waiting for him to #SavePeanut, please email him here:
It's been more than a month since we started our https://t.co/rpmF0yE65m petition and some have heard that "Peanut has been saved" but we still haven't heard anything from @GovPhilScott or Vermont Fish and Wildlife about Peanut's future.