I posted a raccoon thread last year for some of the local wild raccoons...since that thread, I've had one of the raccoons that lives in my backyard trees become so much of a regular that she comes to eat in the middle of the afternoon, while I'm swimming in my pool. I started bringing the camera out to the poolside to photograph birds and such, so she became a natural target for my shots - she's a nutty raccoon, very personable, unafraid of me - she eats 10 feet away, makes funny faces, rolls over on her back as comfortable as can be, and even comes up to the pool for a drink while I'm standing in the pool right near her. I thought some of the wildlife folks might enjoy a look at a 'pet' raccoon - she's not technically a pet as she's wild and can go where she wishes, but she stays around my yard because it's safe and the feeding is good!:
I've named her Cleopatra - not only for the black around the eyes, but because she acts like some kind of queen!
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