Breakfast buddies: Squirrel & groundhog share morning meals
Rhode Island man's backyard feeders have become a regular meeting spot for an unlikely pair of friends.
in a wooded area of Kingston. Lots of animals call Homestead Circle home. You know, feed the birds, I said. Why not feed other other animals and stuff like that? Water loops loves nature. That's actually pretty cool toe watch. So next to his own picking table, he brought a miniature one for his furry, frequent visitors, primarily squirrels and chipmunks. And they wait and want to come out there literally five minutes later. Liel. They're all common. They're all coming on the deck. They're all coming in and out of the picking table when they were coming. Ah, and on the bird feeds. A few weeks ago, he witnessed a beautiful breakfast state. Never seen it before. I've never seen anything like that before. First came the squirrel, and then the ground hung that's been living under his porch. They tried to settle down, and they started eating together. The pair seemed to enjoy each other's company. They're there for about 30 minutes. It was a while. They've now made it part of their regular morning routine. I thought it was great that they were together and they were able to get together, and I thought I was just a really cool thing for animals. To do that you don't really see often with the ground off. Ronald takes pictures and post them on social media, but doesn't dare mess with their meal. Everybody should be should see, and everybody should get a smile off, He hopes by sharing the positive interactions of carefree creatures, humans will follow suit. But with everything that's going on, hopefully you could bring smile to people. That's a good thing, because people need it right now. In Kingston. Samarie, NBC 10 News