Another Satisifed Customer who’s NOT singing the blues!

A friend of our family’s who live  next door to my parents in-law in Cowley, WY cut down a large tree on their property and soon discovered a homeless, motherless newborn squirrel.  What would you do if you found the stork dropped off a baby squirrel in your yard?  Well….I can tell you what our friend did. She took the “baby” to the vet and got enough squirrel formula to last until it was big enough to manage on its own.  She mothered this squirrel like you can not believe.  Her name is Bobbi McGee.    She  took the formula and was known to go all over town riding on her shoulder. And like babies do Bobbi grew and grew and has recently expanded her territory to the back yard.  And now we are happy to say Bobbi is a homeowner.

Seriously….how cute is that?    I so appriciate our friend for thinking of us at Johnson Home and Land when it was time for Bobbie to move out on her own.   Referrals mean the world to us!

Sarah


About Sarah Johnson

Johnson Home and Land is a small but active real estate firm in rural northwest Wyoming. We are an experienced team of professionals who seek inform our readers about the local and national real estate market. Contact us at info@johnsonhomeandland.com or 307-548-6909
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2 Responses to Another Satisifed Customer who’s NOT singing the blues!

  1. That’s too cute. I love watching the squirrels in our yard too. They are always so busy doing something and playing.

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  2. Lisa says:

    That is awesome!

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