Do MUNI Bus Drivers Feed Raccoons at Night? Signs Point to YES

Via the Legion of Honor’s Facebook, comes a link to this outstanding capture from Plomomedia’s Flickr Photostream.

Here it is full-size.

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Of course, there are scores of raccoons in the area. But is there a reason that this gaze would congregate at a Yelp-rated #18 46th Ave bus?

Well, if the well-paid gardeners and maintenance workers of Strybing Arboretum carry around cans of catfood for the red foxes, why can’t bus operators have a little fun too?

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4 Responses to “Do MUNI Bus Drivers Feed Raccoons at Night? Signs Point to YES”

  1. Mavis L. says:

    I love this entry, but now folks will try and come out to see it and ruin the event. Sigh. Or Animal Control will appear. Some times it pays to keep a secret.

  2. This is awesome! great find

  3. pshaw says:

    I think it’s cute.

  4. fmws says:

    I agree with Mavis, there’ll probably be some people who will blow it. The pic looks great though, I would never expect to see so many raccoons waiting to be fed.