Hungry Florida raccoon learns to knock on doors till someone feeds it

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A Florida raccoon has learned to knock on a sliding-glass door with a rock every single time it wants something to eat. 

According to WFLA, the raccoon has a taste for cat food and has been visiting Susie Chinn's residence in Sarasota, Florida, for nine months straight. 



“She’ll do it for hours. She’ll sit there for 2 or 3 hours, and I don’t give her a dang thing, she’ll just sit there,” said Susie to WFLA. Chinn affectionately calls the hungry raccoon "Rocksy."   




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