Thanks to a taxidermy artist in Whitehorse with a sense of humour, we now know what Slash would look like as a squirrel.
Also Gord Downie.
Or an ice fisher.
These little fellas are the work of Cindy Klippenstein, who got into taxidermy a few years ago.
"It was just something that I was always interested in," Klippenstein told BuzzFeed Canada.
"It’s pretty creative. It’s sculpting and painting and recreating the animal."
While some taxidermy artists aim to create a natural look, Klippenstein takes the squirrels in a funner direction.
She’s currently apprenticing and working with larger animals like moose, but she got started with squirrels for fun and practice, sourced from local trappers.
Some creations were happy accidents — like the time she accidentally cut off a limb but then turned the squirrel into a peg-legged pirate.
Other ideas, she said, are "just from my own twisted brain."
"I have a strange sense of humour and I guess I needed an outlet for that."
And people can't get enough. The first time she did a squirrel show, everything sold on opening night.
She said that although people may find the idea a bit creepy, they often change their mind when they see how cute and creative the squirrels are in-person.
The demand's gotten so high that she's launched an Etsy shop, called Fur & Loathing.
Just in case you know someone who needs a squirrel reading "PlaySquirrel" in their life.
Lauren Strapagiel is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto, Canada.
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