Raccoon Falls Out Of Box In Epic Fail Fashion
This fat raccoon is quite a naughty, loves boxes and loves to play with them, but this time not everything turned out as he expected because he ended up falling to the floor Hilarious! In the images we see how a raccoon is playing with a box that hardly fits, as it is a playful chubby raccoon. The nice raccoon is totally submerged inside the box looking for who knows what and from a moment to another all its weight makes the box fall to one side and the camera managed to capture the funny and unexpected moment. Very funny!
The raccoons are little animals with a nice and adorable image, but wild. It is not common in our country to have a pet raccoon, but it is a fashion that has spread to other countries. Want to know what you should take into account to share your day to day with a raccoon? Keep reading! The first thing you need to be clear about is that a raccoon doesn't have the domestic character of a cat or dog. The raccoon is a wild animal, too active and somewhat complicated to domesticate.That's why it's so important to be well informed about them.
Having a raccoon at home, like any other animal, is quite an experience, but not everyone is prepared to keep this little animal. If you still decide that you want to have it as a pet, you should know that its attitude can vary as its age increases. When young, raccoons are quite playful. There are many Instagram accounts that narrate, with images, the day-to-day life of certain families that have a raccoon as a pet. They are funny images, close, but reality can change over the years.
When raccoons reach adulthood, they tend to float their natural instinct and become aggressive if they feel threatened. This can cause them to use their teeth and claws to defend themselves if they notice that they are in danger. Raccoons require very specific care and cannot be housed in any home. First of all, remember that the habitat of these animals is the forest, so you can't keep this pet on a small floor. To have a pet raccoon you will need a house with a garden, as well as a specific area for it, such as a large cage or a complete stay.
The 'domestic' raccoons, during the day, should enjoy the open air, climbing the trees in your garden. But they are constantly watching over you. Food is another issue that must be taken care of. The raccoon is omnivorous so his diet must be quite complete. You'll have to provide fruit and vegetables, as well as chicken or turkey, but it's better to avoid red meat. Raccoons love to get their food wet before they eat it, so you'll also have to put a small water fountain nearby for them to do so.As for their hygiene, they don't require much care, as they only have to take a few baths a year. However, raccoons can sometimes give off a very strong smell by nature. And it's not entirely pleasant!
What about his behavior? You have to be clear about one thing: raccoons are very naughty animals and from the first minute they will want to 'explore' your house. This means that they will climb, bite, scratch, etc. anything that catches their attention. You must be well prepared! In addition to the possible aggressiveness that raccoons can show at certain times, there are certain complications that can occur in them.First, raccoons must be rigorously vaccinated against rabies. Don't adopt a raccoon who doesn't have a certificate that he or she has been vaccinated against rabies. On the other hand, hip dysplasia and obesity can occur in them. That's why it's important to take care of their diet and go to the vet regularly, just like you would with your dog or cat.