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by Rocket_T_Coyote
18 Apr 2009, 19:26
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Sandra and Woo advertising banners
Replies: 6
Views: 9294

Re: Sandra and Woo advertising banners

I'm glad that I clicked on the ad banner. Now this delightful strip has been added to my favorites list. The new one with Shadow and Sid recalls some stories: A fox carrying a rabbit entered the employee gate of a local chemical company and surprised the guards several years ago. Neither the fox, n...
by Rocket_T_Coyote
14 Mar 2009, 05:14
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Feisty Fennec
Replies: 2
Views: 5208

Re: Feisty Fennec

I wish that I had photographed the exotic animals of that exhibit. One could also hold a tiger cub or a red kangaroo joey and be photographed--for a nominal fee to benefit the zoo rescue group. There was also a bearcat--which smelled just like popcorn. As an aside to the subject of the fennec. Check...
by Rocket_T_Coyote
14 Mar 2009, 04:59
Forum: Discussion board
Topic: Wiki Raccoon
Replies: 4
Views: 9390

Re: Wiki Raccoon

Someone I once worked with once chased raccoons through the woods with bluetick hounds. (He was from The Deep South.) The hunt ended once the coon was treed. A large enough raccoon could drown a dog if the pursuit went through water. The majority of wild raccoons I've met have been quite docile. The...
by Rocket_T_Coyote
10 Mar 2009, 03:55
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Feisty Fennec
Replies: 2
Views: 5208

Feisty Fennec

A few months ago I attended an outdoorsman's expo. A zoo rescue group was offering the opportunity to have one's photo taken with a variety of exotic animals. The price seemed reasonable and helped the group to care for the zoo surplus animals. One such animal was a tiny Fennec Fox. He semed rather ...
by Rocket_T_Coyote
07 Mar 2009, 21:34
Forum: Sandra and Woo
Topic: Could a real raccoon do...?
Replies: 2
Views: 5317

Re: Could a real raccoon do...?

When I had to trap the groundhogs which were burrowing into my employer's levees, I would catch a raccoon by accident from time to time in the live trap. They just could not resist the peanut-butter-on-crackers bait. Invariably, each coon would reach through the cage and pull up the grass all about ...
by Rocket_T_Coyote
07 Mar 2009, 21:03
Forum: Introduce yourself / Plug your stuff
Topic: New here :)
Replies: 7
Views: 8890

Re: New here :)

Hallo. I too am enjoying the strip. Very professional-looking. Raccoons make wonderful comic strip subjects and fursuit characters too. I have seen them in the wild, from newborn through adult. They are quite prolific here.
Hopefully, the strip will continue for a very long time. :)