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Guy With Poor Eyesight Thinks His Cat Is Climbing Into A Hammock, Realizes It’s An Unwelcome Guest Too Late
When the humorist Aaron Reynolds started a new evening ritual, leaving all the tech behind to chill in a hammock, it didn’t sound like a big deal. That night, it was some Rolling Stones since he had never given them “a fair shake.” And as it felt like the evening couldn’t get more idyllic, his blurry feline blob turned up to join.
This is where some extra details are a game-changer. You see, the cat that climbed into the hammock did so “not in a very cat-like way.” Plus, Aaron’s backyard was dark and he couldn’t see well. Feelin’ suspicious already? Well, it turned out, the blob was not of a feline nature. I’ll just leave it here and let Aaron’s viral Twitter thread do the rest of the talking.
And don’t forget to tune in for Aaron’s interview with Bored Panda down below!
Bored Panda spoke to Aaron, who said the raccoon is now a common visitor to his yard and he seems to love sitting in “his usual spot in the biggest tree in our backyard.” Aaron lives in Toronto, near Eglinton West subway station, near a park so he’s used to “seeing bunnies and skunks” but “it’s mostly raccoons here.”
But after a while, raccoons got on Aaron’s nerves for opening and closing the garage door at night to go in and out. “We eventually installed a bolt really high up on the door so they couldn’t open it anymore, though we heard them trying for a few hours one night,” he said.
The sneaky animals were less than impressed. “The next day they were at our front door looking in, as if to ask ‘why did you lock me out of my house,’” he recounted.
If you wonder why the guy has such an excellent sense of humor, you should know that comedy is a big part of Aaron’s life. Aaron is better known for his comedic “Effin’ Birds” project that is a real household name on social media. It recently won him a Webby’s social media award in humor for 2020.