One particularly busy squirrel in the United States managed to hide 558 black walnuts under the hood Subaru Forester while preparing for winter.

Every year, there are many car owners in the US who wake up to find their cars stuffed with walnuts. In 2021, we brought you the story of Bill Fisher’s Chevrolet Avalanche which was filled with so many walnuts that they could fill seven six-gallon buckets.

In this case, Kathleen Laforce, member Wild green memes for environmental demons on the Facebook page, after returning from a week’s vacation, found that the engine compartment of her Forester was stuffed with no less than 558 walnuts.

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While LaForce wouldn’t go into detail about how long it took her to clean up the mess left behind by the squirrel, she said the busy rodent was able to save most of the walnuts.

“The squirrel was carefully escorted out of the car and had to leave most of the walnuts behind,” LaForce wrote in her Facebook post. “I still feel terrible about undoing all their hard work.”

The post quickly went viral on Facebook, attracting more than 21,000 reactions, more than 1,100 comments and more than 8,400 shares.

Good thing LaForce decided to pop the hood on her Subaru after her vacation because if she hadn’t and tried to start the crossover, hundreds of walnuts could have done quite a lot of damage to the engine.

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