All critters, animals and insects, are looking for water now. So you will see abnormal things, does NOT mean rabid. Saw my next door neighbor run off a skunk one time, with her water hose, it put it's tail down and took off. All it was doing was hunting food in the wet ground where she had some barrels of water. Lack of water means lack of food for lots of things. I have my mother to thank for teaching us to love all critters. She didn't teach us to be scared, she taught us to care. That's why I have my red ant hills left alone, in my yard. They are part of our ecosystem, here for a reason. O,,,by the way, they don't have a trail going by my car any more. I have 3 cocoons of eggs hanging on the outside of my house, that that huge ladder spider left there, last year. I loved to feed her a grasshopper, (when i could catch one, lolol),,,and watch how fast she wrapped that thing up. Got N doing it one day, then she found 2 or 3 at her house too. When she laid and hung her last egg pouch, she just fell off her web and died!!!! I cried. I put her up on a table so the fire ants wouldn't get her. We had watched her doing that last pouch. The pouches are still there, conditions have to be right for them to open.
I quit working for a woman and a company, in home health one time, after she sat there telling my supervisor how they poured kerosene on baby rabbits and set them on fire when they were kids, then my super told her how she put out antifreeze in her drive way for the neighbor's cat!!! Still MAKES ME SICK!!! I raised baby rabbits when my german sheppard brought them in.
N invited me out for supper yesterday, DEER MEAT again, didn't take me long to say when,,,lol. We got the last 4 hens named, hahahaha, eenie meenie minee mo,,,can't tell them apart, so doesn't matter which is which.
Bout lunch time, well, I'm hungry, so bbl? always maybe