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Published: December 11, 2012
Polly isn’t the only one who wants a cracker. Lisa Lane says this squirrel, who doesn’t look like he’s missing any meals, stops by the kitchen door of her Canonsburg home on a regular basis to pick up the crackers she leaves for him. He climbs into her dogwood tree to eat his snack.
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