Wednesday, June 8, 2011 12:25:46 PM
"There has never been a reported case of transmission of rabies from a squirrel to a human" Assuming you know what you're talking about(doubtful,)there`s a first time for everything. And @auburnjunky, I don`t know where you`re from but there are rabid animals all over my area (Southern Colorado) and we are warned on the news REPEATEDLY to stay away from the wildlife. Rabies is out there and you can definitely get it from a squirrel, skunk, raccoon, or what have you.
Thursday, May 12, 2011 1:04:15 AM
This child is about 4 or 5. From 3 to 6 years children believe death is irreversible .Adults confuse the issue by using phrases like "at rest" or "at peace" or "passed on or passed away" (as if they are going somewhere) and tell kids death is like going to sleep so logically they think you could wake up ! This little girl is so innocent she isn't upset by the squirrel being dead because she probably imagines it might be alive later.I can`t believe the amount of people who saw something sinister like a future serial killer in the making ! tooooo much T.V folks ! And all this insane fuss about germs and viruses when most of you take that risk everyday preparing dinner or emptying miss Kitty`s litter box !!!...Not to mention the truly disgusting and dangerous diseases human beings carry. I`d rather hold a dead squirrel than use a public toilet !