The squirrel became too demanding. Before my husband could get the second feeder back up and filled, the squirrel expressed his displeasure by peeing on the window again. Water once again washed the rodent urine away and the feeder was put back up.
It lasted two days.
The squirrel managed to turn the feeder upside down and hanging by one suction cup. All of the food fell to the ground.
Again the squirrel expressed his displeasure by peeing on the window. The second feeder fell to the ground and broke.
My husband says “That’s it!” No more.”
I guess that ground food is not good enough for our squirrel because there are still several seeds lying in the dirt.
Last evening, when I went outside to look at the broken feeder lying in the dirt, something hit me from behind. Something (or some squirrel) had dislodged a prickly gumball, which bounced off my backside.