‘Plus-Size’ Squirrel Spotted Enjoying McDonald’s Cheeseburger

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Animals have started to readjust to us humans being back on the streets. And one particularly chonky squirrel lucked out after hanging around a local McDonalds.

And as lockdown starts to ease, one chonky squirrel decided to make the most out of our return.

I’ve eaten wayy too much in quarantine too.

Since December 2019, the outbreak of the virus has brought our world to a standstill, it feels like years since everything was normal.

After it was confirmed that the virus had originated from the sale and consumption of wild animals, thoughts turned towards our own furry friends.

But this hasn’t stopped the hysteria over our beloved pets catching the virus.

And with us humans being as over-protective as we are, people went to extreme lengths to protect their beloved pets.

And this poor little cat went viral on Twitter after it’s anonymous owner did this to the confused feline. Unacceptable, we must say.

Last month, reports came in that out of panic of catching the virus, owners in China threw their pets from rooftops.

5 cats were thrown to their deaths in Shanghai, and 1 dog was found dead in Tianjin City in the Hebei Province.

It has been confirmed that there has been no evidence at all to suggest that any animals, including pets, livestock, or wildlife, might be a source of infection.

So it has been further recommended to wash hands at all times when around pets and other animals, and to take pets for regular check-ups at the vets.

As humans stay indoors and stop consuming and polluting, nature has started to heal. Just look at these fish in a Venice canal!

It was truly amazing to see.

Tons of turtles managed to hatch on this beach, undisturbed by human activity.

In a town in Wales, UK, a bunch of mountain goats came to visit.

It seems animals are really benefiting from this lockdown.

Because it involves a seriously plus-sized squirrel.

Thirty-six-year-old Jamie Walton spotted the strange sight next to a McDonald’s in Florida.


“I pulled into a parking space and it was a few feet from my door,” Walton said. “I thought it was funny and people have found it amusing.”

One viewer said, “I think I’ve found my spirit animal.” Some people thought that the squirrel could be pregnant, although Walton denied that.

It’s known that squirrels can eat meat when hungry, they’ve even been spotted eating small birds, snakes, and other rodents.

“There have been many comments saying the squirrel is pregnant,” Walton said. “It is not typical for them to give birth this time of year, but I am not an expert.”

She’s got a point. Keep scrolling for more animal news…