When you live on a farm, there is lots of poop. There is turkey manure on the backfield to be spread on the fields. There’s chicken poop wherever we set the coop and little pellet poops from squirrels as our fuzzy tailed rats keep growing.

We have always been a no shoes in the house, family, but more than ever when you realize just how dirty. We built a cage to help our squirrels thrive so we can release them back into the woods in six weeks or so. And, in the meantime, we are enjoying the fun of watching them grow, the snuggles after feeding, but not so much the poop.