Mavis Knight captured the critter on video with her phone from her kitchen window last Wednesday evening, performing her own Crocodile Hunter-style narration. ...
She never thought putting the video on YouTube would get her interviewed on CNN and the clip featured on TV networks and website around the world.
“I never thought it would get out of hand like this . . . I just thought (when Buban asked to put it on YouTube) that if it made me laugh, it would make somebody else laugh too,” she says.
But she’s happy that she’s had a chance to do her part for raccoon public relations.
“It’s been nice to talk about raccoons in a positive way,” she says. “People always say bad things about raccoons and make you scared of them so it’s nice to get some positivity for a creature that is always despised.”
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