This is a lousy picture. It was taken very quickly, through a window. If you have any interest in seeing it a little closer, just click on it.
It's a picture of a squirrel on top of a temporary sleeping quarters that my new chicks are using until they fully integrate into my current flock. The fancy, fancy sheet that you see, is there to keep the rain out.
Several days ago, I noticed some tears in the sheet. I was a bit worried that they'd been caused by nighttime visitors, as the tears were on the front of the sheet (I put it down in front at night). The fencing on their little coop is not as small as I'd like. A raccoon, if interested enough, could fit a paw through the openings. While unlikely it would actually reach a chick, it still worried me.
The sight of the squirrel in this picture, trying to take the entire twin sized sheet for her nest amused me. It also gave me a big sigh of relief. The tears were made by her. They're pretty resourceful little critters, but taking the whole sheet would be a Herculean effort. She doesn't read Greek mythology though. At least I don't think she does.