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Bears engaged in a U-pick act.

Hi. Everyone.

I’m Keiko. I’m a soul level animal communicator®.

Cocoa loves climbing trees.

black cat cocoa up in the tree

The other day my husband shouted, “There's a bear in the backyard!''.

And it was around 4 o'clock in the evening.

It seems that the cats have noticed something strange,

They were glued to the window.

Before long, the frightened pixie slowly crept away.

He hid in the laundry room and didn't come out for over half a day.

It's true that there are fruit trees in the backyard,

I always clean up so there's nothing for the bears to eat.

I thought maybe the bear was drawn to the smell of compost.

Compost is also not disturbed.

Moreover, the entire backyard of the house is surrounded by a tall fence.

Fences mean nothing to bears,

I was worried that the fence was damaged, but nothing was broken.

When my husband told the neighbors about the bear, they said they were casing the joint.

I understand that If it was a human who tried to rob some house, but this is a bear.

I didn't see the bear directly, so

I kept asking my husband if it was really a bear.

Maybe he was just a hairy person.

But Pixie's attitude tells all.

I have no doubt that it was a bear.

I wonder where it came from and where did it leave?

And why this bear was in the backyard during daylight hours remains a mystery.

If you have fruit trees, please be careful.

Love and Peace



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