Animals in the Pool That Aren’t Quite as Cute as Cats
A moose could be harder. Moosen?) Can manage stairs well. Last Wednesday we had a blog post featuring cats at the pool. We are on the World Wide Web. It was compulsory. You have to place cats. However, this week, why don’t we have a look at other critters. We presume they were unexpected, since…
by: Pool Markerter
4 months ago
A moose could be harder. Moosen?) Can manage stairs well. Last Wednesday we had a blog post featuring cats at the pool. We are on the World Wide Web. It was compulsory. You have to place cats. However, this week, why don’t we have a look at other critters. We presume they were unexpected, since chances are nobody set these adorable photo opportunities.
Less “AWWWWWW!” and more “AHHHHHHHHHHH!”
Maybe the spa was warm, but it looks like the pool was jussssst right. No word on where Goldilocks was at the moment. Apparently, that isn’t particularly unusual, as someone else had TWO bears in their pool. So that is nice, it’s not a 13 foot long Burmese python. On the other hand, it’s a venomous cottonmouth. Which would you like? You can not choose. However, it turned out that the proprietor (of this pool, not the buffalo) disagreed, also thoughtfully posted a followup movie on YouTube entitled,”How to Remove a Buffalo From The Swimming Pool.” Seriously, you are able to learn anything. I think we have traumatized you for one day, so how about Bambi going for a swim? His hooves are doing to the plastic lining when you think about what Even though it is pretty terrifying. may not surprise that it took a crane to get this cow. For climbing pool ladders, apparently hooves don’t work. And we’re back to scaly creatures. Who wants to attempt to pull on out the crocodile? Apparently, someone was gutsy enough to try… You walk out into the backyard to be greeted by this face. That’s a buffalo who now believes himself to be the owner of the swimming pool’s face. Perhaps he’s right. He’s a buffalo. Which of these creatures would you want to see doing the backstroke? Noooooooooooooooooooooooooope. Yeah, I think he can continue to keep the pool. You can always purchase another pool. What is 13 ft long and hanging out in your swimming pool? Response: Not the 13 foot long Burmese python that a Florida couple found in their pool. Animal control was able to wrest the reptile though needless to say, it was not happy about any of this, as noticed below.