This RACCON WALKS UP TO HER WINDOW And Starts BEGGING. Now Keep An Eye On What’s In His HANDS. BWAHAHAHA

VIA| After watching many animal videos, I’m convinced that humans aren’t the only creatures on Earth who have thoughts and feelings.

A prime example is the fish we watched play fetch like a dog. That’s unreal.

But the unusual tactic this hungry mama raccoon uses to get this homeowner’s attention will either have you on the floor laughing or scratching your head.

In Sarasota, Florida, Susie Chinn often finds herself listening to an odd rattling sound at her back door. When she heads back there, she finds a hungry raccoon tapping at the glass with a rock.

Chinn named the hungry animal Rocksy because of her favorite tool.

Before long Chinn figured out why Rocksy was tapping at the window. The catfood in the bowl outside was empty.

“She’ll bring her friends and just sit out there and snag all the cat food,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “When the bowl’s empty, she gets a rock and knocks on my door and it’s scratched all the way across.”

Although the raccoon has ruined her glass door, Chinn appreciated the quirky raccoon’s company. “This raccoon cracks me up.”

Rocksy has been doing this for more than a year and has done it more now that she’s nursing four little babies.

“I want people to learn about animals, to respect them and love them,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “We need to share our Earth with our wildlife and try to be kinder.”

Watch the clever animal get Chinn’s attention in the video now.

After watching many animal videos, I’m convinced that humans aren’t the only creatures on Earth who have thoughts and feelings.

A prime example is the fish we watched play fetch like a dog. That’s unreal.

But the unusual tactic this hungry mama raccoon uses to get this homeowner’s attention will either have you on the floor laughing or scratching your head.

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In Sarasota, Florida, Susie Chinn often finds herself listening to an odd rattling sound at her back door. When she heads back there, she finds a hungry raccoon tapping at the glass with a rock.

Chinn named the hungry animal Rocksy because of her favorite tool.

Before long Chinn figured out why Rocksy was tapping at the window. The catfood in the bowl outside was empty.

“She’ll bring her friends and just sit out there and snag all the cat food,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “When the bowl’s empty, she gets a rock and knocks on my door and it’s scratched all the way across.”

Although the raccoon has ruined her glass door, Chinn appreciated the quirky raccoon’s company. “This raccoon cracks me up.”

Rocksy has been doing this for more than a year and has done it more now that she’s nursing four little babies.

“I want people to learn about animals, to respect them and love them,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “We need to share our Earth with our wildlife and try to be kinder.”

Watch the clever animal get Chinn’s attention in the video now.
After watching many animal videos, I’m convinced that humans aren’t the only creatures on Earth who have thoughts and feelings.

A prime example is the fish we watched play fetch like a dog. That’s unreal.

But the unusual tactic this hungry mama raccoon uses to get this homeowner’s attention will either have you on the floor laughing or scratching your head.

SEE ALSO: Complete List of Stores Open on Thanksgiving

In Sarasota, Florida, Susie Chinn often finds herself listening to an odd rattling sound at her back door. When she heads back there, she finds a hungry raccoon tapping at the glass with a rock.

Chinn named the hungry animal Rocksy because of her favorite tool.

Before long Chinn figured out why Rocksy was tapping at the window. The catfood in the bowl outside was empty.

“She’ll bring her friends and just sit out there and snag all the cat food,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “When the bowl’s empty, she gets a rock and knocks on my door and it’s scratched all the way across.”

Although the raccoon has ruined her glass door, Chinn appreciated the quirky raccoon’s company. “This raccoon cracks me up.”

Rocksy has been doing this for more than a year and has done it more now that she’s nursing four little babies.

“I want people to learn about animals, to respect them and love them,” Chinn told “Inside Edition.” “We need to share our Earth with our wildlife and try to be kinder.”

Watch the clever animal get Chinn’s attention in the video now.

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