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Sniffle's are a hairy little creature I met as a child and I was told by all but one,it had to be my imagination. So here he is my one true Imaginary
Sniffle's are a hairy little creature I met as a child and I was told by all but one,it had to be my imagination. So here he is my one true Imaginary friend.
He stood a foot an half tall soft as silk,pure white fluffy fur coat. When he took off like a shot I thought he had to be a lost furry little dog with the strangest face an paws,but when he climb up to the top of a big pine I knew he was not. He had tiny hands and a face of a baby. A sweet smile an deep dark blue eyes. A squeaky Sniffle is all the sound I heard besides a heart wrenching squeal when my sis frightened him away. If your ever in a pine forest an hear a squeaky sniffle say hello from me!
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I wouldn't be surprised if it was an exotic animal that somebody released into the woods after realizing that it's too wild to keep. That's how most of the unusual non-native animals you find in the wild get there. Especially since it was pure white and incredibly cute, I can see someone thinking it would be a good pet.
Posted about 5 years ago.
jmckinniss,Them Binturong's are cuties. My Mom said might been a wolverine your lucky your not bloody ahh forget it you'd probably have one of them eating out your hand!! :) Been told lots of things it might have been. Even a tiny midget in a fluffy mink coat! LOL :) Nothing seems to quite fit. I have a hard time picking a favorite animal. Love them all.
I love the stories :) It looks rather like a binturong. We saw them at the zoo yesterday, and they're my new favorite animal. So adorable!
We were hunting up a Christmas tree in the woods. The state was NJ. Spent lots of time in them woods and never seen anything like him again. And in 30 some years since never found a picture of a critter anywhere that looks quite like him. :)
Well, now I'm all curious and interested! Where were you when you saw it?
In color yes but that is about all. Maybe the hand coordination and curiosity of a raccoon. At the time I thought a species of monkey. Cause of the near hairless face. Don't have many wild monkeys in my home state. LOL His hands were more proportionate to his body figure then a racoon's are. At the time I looked up all albinos known to exist. I don't really think my artistic ability does him justice! He was really a very cute creature. My oldest bro said he was just a little hairy dog. When I said he climbed a tree like a monkey he said Persian cat! But they don't have hands that work like a humans. Then he said albino squirrel...but he would had to be a big squirrel!! My first interpretation of him had hooves in back....only tracks I ever found were like those made by a baby deer. But only pairs of 2 tracks. As close as I was I may got bit cause racoons can be testy. I know for sure he was not an albino skunk!! :)
So He still eludes me as to what he really was. But he makes for a cute imaginary creature.
I wonder if it could've been an albino raccoon? They're really rare in the wild. Here's a picture: http://www.grandpacliff.com/Animals/Img-Animals/Img-Albinos/albino-raccoon2-b.jpg Does that look anything like your sniffle?
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