A group of javelinas, or wild pigs, helped themselves to a box of Girl Scout cookies left outside a home in Scottsdale, Arizona. The homeowner, Laura Catherine, discovered the scene after hearing her dogs barking at 1 a.m. The animals had torn open a box of Samoas and scattered the cookies and cardboard in front of the house.
Arizona Javelinas Feast on Girl Scout Cookies
In Scottsdale, AZ, some unexpected cookie fans were spotted enjoying the Girl Scout cookie season. A group of javelinas were caught on camera indulging in a midnight snack of Girl Scout cookies left outside a local resident’s front door.
Laura Catherine shared this unusual sight on her Arizona’s Family First Alert Weather Facebook group. She reported that her neighbor had left the Girl Scout cookies outside her home and forgotten to retrieve them. Catherine discovered the javelinas when she was awakened by her dogs barking at 1 a.m.
The raucous visitors had opened a box of Samoas and were happily munching away. The aftermath left cookie crumbs and cardboard littered all over her front porch. Unfortunately, Catherine’s family didn’t get to enjoy any leftovers from the late-night feast.