As a double act, this pair of squirrels has got their audience going nuts.
The two grey squirrels have been photographed riding a skateboard, playing a piano and even pushing a wheelchair in Tampa, Florida.
Retired postwoman Kathy Pruyn sets up the hilarious scenes by strategically placing peanuts and peanut butter among the toys
One comical shot shows one of the furry critters 'singing' into a microphone while another shoots a game of pool.
Another apparently shows a squirrel towing a group of cuddly toys in a children's cart.
Mrs Pruyn said: 'I fed the squirrels after they had fallen out of a nest and when I released them they still came back to my garden for food.
'One day I was going through the old toys that needed throwing out and I just thought it would be funny to see the squirrels with them.
'I thought the idea of seeing what the squirrels might do with the Barbie hand-me-downs, scented with peanut butter, might be kind of interesting.'
Mrs Pruyn has even got them to stand behind signs with slogans including 'smile and the world smiles with you'.
She spotted the squirrels while on a round after they had fallen out of their nest.
Mrs Pruyn took them home to nurse them back to health and that have lived at the bottom of her garden ever since.
She came up with the idea to photograph them while rummaging through the toys left at her home by her three grandchildren when they grew up.
'Since they are really wild animals and live in the trees I have top hope they have a taste of hunger for peanuts or peanut butter that day.'
'Sometimes they eat too fast and I can't get the picture, other times they run off with the toy and leave it in the tree.'
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