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How To Throw A Wild Animal Party…

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…Just Invite The Neighbors!

Meet Fred.  The squirrel.  He’s really good at hosting wild animal parties in our backyard, so he’s decided to share some tips with us on how to make your wild animal party a successful one!

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First things first, make sure the atmosphere is nice and comfy.  Think stylish branches for birds to sit on, an open bar birdhouse, and delightful food such as seeds, peanuts, cereal, the works!  You’ll want to set it up so that every friendly animal you invite feels at home.

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Fred tells us that the best time to throw an animal party is during the day, that way you can hire security to keep their eyes open for predators that may be crawling nearby.

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When it’s time to serve dinner, scatter the food in different spots to prevent too much crowding in one spot.   That way it’s easier for everyone to continue to mingle and make friends.

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 Sometimes Fred asks his girlfriend, Fredricka, to help him host.  He says having a co-host also helps to keep things running smooth, in case someone has to run out for more peanuts because you only have one left…

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Whatever you do, relax and have fun.  Nothing is worse than an uptight host.  Not having an animal party?  It’s ok, they’ll have their own.  Maybe if you buy them some food this winter so they don’t freeze and die they’ll even invite you to party along!  So don’t forget to feed your critters.

Looking to help the critters in other ways?  Help save abandoned wild baby animals by visiting this site:

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Just go to: www.awbar.com.  Happy Holidays!

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Written by Jaime

ndUTCp31UTC12bUTCMon, 22 Dec 2008 15:01:53 +0000 11, 2008 at 3:01 pm

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  1. Hilarious!

    ready2spark

    ndUTCp31UTC12bUTCMon, 22 Dec 2008 19:10:42 +0000 11, 2008 at 7:10 pm


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