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And Now, For Your Viewing Pleasure, I Present To You A Hairless Raccoon August 2, 2009

Posted by Edward von Bear in Ducks, Economics, Family, Gardening, Handblogging, Law, Man Laws, Music, News, Philosophy, Science, Sex.
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What. The. Fuck?

Actually, I guess this is possible. The ST. Louis Zoo had a hairless chimp. But it died.


1. BrewFan - August 2, 2009

Take the fur off of a raccoon and what do you have? A big freakin’ rat.

2. Mark in NJ - August 2, 2009

Must be Davy Crockett’s raccoon.

3. Russ from Winterset - August 2, 2009

I’ve seen coyotes, foxes, possums, squirrels and even raccoons with mange, which leaves them with huge hairless patches, but I’ve never seen one with ALL its hair gone. I guess that a ‘coon in an urban setting, where plenty of food is available, would be more likely to survive with all its hair gone than one in a rural setting.

About 10 years ago, we were feeding the squirrels in the two soft maple trees in front of our office. The neighboring building had a leaky attic, so several squirrels took residence over there and hung out in our front yard on a daily basis. We had a mated pair (“Bob” and “Sylvia”) and two mangy squirrels that our secretary started referring to as “The Bald Ones” (Baldwins?). They would eat at least one ear of corn per day, and they got to the point where they would let you get within 3 or 4 feet of them as long as you had an ear of corn in your hand. Those squirrels looked weird, but they were well fed, so they didn’t look as nasty as your usual mangy animal.

4. lauraw - August 2, 2009
5. Dave in Texas - August 2, 2009


6. Mrs. Peel - August 2, 2009

The Elmendorf Creature was reportedly a deformed coyote with mange. I’m not so sure. I think it was a chupacabra.

7. Michael - August 2, 2009

Genetic hairlessness shows up in most mammals. Nothing to see here. Move along.

8. rosetta I am - August 2, 2009

Genetic hairlessness shows up in most mammals.

Ain’t that the truth!

9. Rosetta - August 2, 2009

Shut your flan hole, sock puppet!

That raccoon makes all The Baby Jesuses cry and poop their pants.

It’s uglier than Dave in Texas giving Helen Thomas a Brazilian wax in a dirty gas station bathroom.

10. lauraw - August 2, 2009

Criminy, maybe they shouldn’t have let Michael J. Fox hold the camera. I have shaken-baby syndrome from watching that video.

11. Rosetta - August 2, 2009
12. Sox - August 2, 2009

Is it named Lan…..{Aaack!}

*** Hook enters behind the curtain on the left, pulling struggling, choking Cat off stage.***

13. Mrs. Peel - August 2, 2009

I just discovered that there is a book entitled The Death of Woman Wang.

I think that we can all agree that woman-wang should never exist to begin with.

14. Sox - August 2, 2009

Mrs Peel, i sure hope this never gets back to Rosetta…..

15. Rosetta - August 2, 2009

The Death of Woman Wang.

Well Dave in Texas is going to be sorely disappointed.

*punches Sox in the junk*

16. Rosetta - August 2, 2009

Actually the real question is why was Mrs. Peel searching on “woman wang”.

*runs and takes shower*

17. Mrs. Peel - August 2, 2009

The book is in Harold Bloom’s famed list. I am dubious as to its literary value. But it’ll be decades before I get there anyway…it’s toward the end of a list of about 1400 books and authors.

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