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Looks like it was well fed and healthy.
CherokeePatti CherokeePatti 56-60, F 16 Answers Jun 24 in Community

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A drive by nutting from a rival squirrel gang.

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ha ha, that's most likely :)

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LMAO

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he probably saw theoneyouwerewarned about and died of shock...

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He's finally had enough of his wife bugging him about acorn hulls all over the nest.

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Might be West Nile or some other creepy tropical bug! Or his papa was a possum!!!

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I think you might be right. I found a dead starling in the back yard a week and a half ago and wondered about that then.

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Many animals here are showing up the same way around here to. Its very unsettling!!!

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I went out to get it and it was gone. That cat that hunts around here probably ate it.

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Are you sure its a squirrel as I have not seen chipmunk ernie lately

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chipmunks are smaller and striped.

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He could have eaten the poison put out for rats and mice.

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I thought of that too.

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Squirrel turf wars? I saw a squirrel using a little red hankerchief this morning. *he was actually licking something off a square piece of plastic

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obesity

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he wasn't that fat.

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He died of diabeetus?

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don't think so, I haven't put out any of my extra large pancakes for them lately.

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Old age?

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He looks healthy enough. Looks like he just walked up the edge of my fig tree and fell over.

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Snake spider bite
Generic heart disease ? Lol

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we have venomous snakes here but if a snake bit him he'd probably eat him too.

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Scared off before he could snack perhaps

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Leave it out there

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I just went to get it and it was gone. Probably a cat got it and ate it. Now maybe the hunter cat will die.

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Maybe a mocking bird dive bombed him and hit him just right...or wasps, a scorpion, a spider, poisoned nuts. It is curious. Too bad he disappeared before you could look more closely.

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The mockingbirds are very active right now. That is plausible. They are driving cats crazy right now.

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Mine too.

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Well, if my dog is in your neighborhood ......

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the back yard is fenced.

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Oh! Everything dies at some point. Could be just an old rodent.

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usually old animals look a bit ragged don't they?

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Yeah, old domestic animals look ragged but animals in the wild die a lot younger than our pets.

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He died.

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duh Ralph ya think so?

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any overhead wires? maybe zapped and thrown

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none back there

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suicide

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