Squirrels Learning To Walk – Time For Action
Kid you not.
Check this guy out:
A squirrel up and at ’em balancing on his tiny feet, taught thigh muscles rippling under fur. A few small steps one minute, the next it’s an army of the fuckers running at us wielding sharpened matchsticks. Doesn’t bear thinking about.
I’ve decided to do something. Something big. Something positive. Put Operation Stop The Squirrel on the map. I’ve decided to organise the largest demonstration of pigeons ever seen in London. Bring it on.
Gonna put the word out all over, and even encourage out of towners including pigeons from places like Slough and Watford.
Also decided I need a bit of a team behind me to do this. Out and about in St James’s Park on Saturday, I came across this chap. The name’s Eddie.
Eddie spends most weekends pointing lost pigeons, usually those on a day trip or city mini-break, in the direction of Trafalgar Square.
This is Eddie:
When I spoke to him, needless to say Eddie got quite excited about the whole prospect:
“I take my role in assisting pigeons very seriously and would love the opportunity to take part in something meaningful,” he said.