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Raccoons are the Jews of San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center

Raccoons are the Jews of San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center

By Mary Heizenberg, San Francisco Marina Homeowner

They are herded into dank, dark, encampments underneath old military barracks and killed off when nobody is looking. Their only crime is that they are not as beautiful as the armies of prancing yuppie golden retrievers and yellow labs that patrol their green acres. They pay the ultimate price simply because they look different.

 

 

Park staff encourage certain members of the public to hunt them with their dogs at dusk. Poisoned meat is tossed at them. They are officially shunned.

 

 

The poor things wish only to survive. They eat the garbage of the humans, providing a free recycling service for which they ask only to stay alive one more night.

 

 

Some Conservative members of the Fort Mason park department park their cars in the parking lots with NRA stickers on their car windows and, as we resident walk by, talk of “culling the little bastards”.

 

 

Who are the real immigrants here, though? The raccoons were the original residents before the yuppies and the Fort Mason people invaded them with their TED Talks, Synchronicity Events and hipster facades!

 

 

How long before they build little gas chambers for the poor creatures? How long before a spiral of dark smoke rises from the ovens at Fort Point beneath the Golden Gate Bridge?

 

 

History has taught us: “First they came for the mice and we said nothing, then they came for the raccoons and we said nothing…then they came for us and there was no one left to speak for us…”

Baby raccoons’ hard-luck story ends with soft landing – SFGate

 

Baby raccoons’ hard-luck story ends with soft landing When Tim Eslick picked up his fully packed van from a Florida airport … Equator Coffee headed to Fort Mason.

 

sfgate.com/bayarea/article/baby-raccoons-hard-luck-s…

 

Golden Gate National Recreation Area Forests – NPS.gov

 

Raccoons and grey foxes seek shelter in hollows in trees and logs. … Golden Gate National Recreation Area Building 201, Fort Mason San Francisco, CA 94123-0022.

 

https://nps.gov/goga/learn/nature/forests.htm

 

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture | San Francisco, California

 

Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture and SFIAF. May 25th Through Jun 4th @FortMasonCenter Follow Us . Sitemap. Home; Events; Residents; Visit; Venue Rentals; About …

 

https://fortmason.org

 

Raccoon Removal Fort Mason – Masters Services

 

For the best raccoon removal Fort Worth service call Master Services (972) 877-4650 for fast and effective removal.

 

https://mastersservices.com/wildlife-removal/raccoon-removal-fort-worth/

 

 

 

nickjr.com/wonder-pets/videos/save-the-raccoon-s3-ep…

 

Help Save the Raccoons! by Danika Dahl – GoFundMe

 

Help Save the Raccoons! by Danika Dahl – For updates on our trapping, you can follow my personal FB page 🙂 Please sponsor a raccoon for $15 and help me save these …

 

https://gofundme.com/savetheraccoons

 

SaveTheRaccoons (@SaveTheRaccoons) • Wattpad • Stories …

 

Save Changes Cancel. Change Background Image. SaveTheRaccoons @SaveTheRaccoons. 18. Works. 2. Reading Lists. 762. Followers. About; Conversations; Following; Follow …

 

https://wattpad.com/user/SaveTheRaccoons

 

Quick, save the raccoon! : WTF – reddit.com

 

Quick, save the raccoon! submitted 4 months ago by TokingMessiah. 324 comments; share top 200 … I didn’t even see a fucking raccoon until the 6th viewing.

 

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