CB: Oh my gosh, I did! I totally had a pet squirrel, his name was Flea, I got him when he was a little baby squirrel. He was outside of my house, and it’s so rare! I mean, when do you ever see a baby squirrel just outside chilling? You never really do. So I see this baby squirrel and I’m just like, I need that baby squirrel! I need that to be my baby squirrel. I saw a dead squirrel on the street so I assumed that was it was just hanging around, because it’s mom was dead. So I buried its mom. By the way, I’m notorious for stopping on the street and burring dead animals. It’s something I have to do, it makes me feel terrible if they don’t have a proper burial. So anyways, I caught the squirrel in an open umbrella by putting little nuts in it, then I picked it up. I got one of my old aquariums from the garage and made a little habitat for him in there, then I kept him in my closet. For a month! Then, my parents found out about it. They came to my room and they were like, “Honey… we have a question for you. Do you have a squirrel in your closet?” I said, “Yes. Yes I do, dad.” So they’re like, “Ok. Ok. Um, why? Why do you have a squirrel in your closet?” I told them I found it, so it was a little awkward but I got to keep it! Eventually we had to give it away to my neighbors, but then the state took it away because it’s illegal to have squirrels as pets in Chicago. I still have my eye out for a baby squirrel.