I don't think so, I was ChasingRabbits (cos the dog does it in her sleep), but then there were too many references to the other type of rabbit, and I suddenly thought ekk - and changed - having just seen a squrrel outside.
the il's friend made them squirrel pate. verdict: 'it was a bit dry'. so anything that is a bit dry in our house has henceforth become known as ' a bit squirrel'. so you're ok as long as you've got a large bottle of red to chug down with it.
I've eaten squirrel. A friend's husband used to shoot them. They're basically like rabbit. Best eaten in autumn / early winter (very little meat on them in spring). Older ones will be tougher, so best stewed.
I ate squirrel once, like gamey rabbit and quite nice. It wants stewing so it is not dry. I had it with birch bark and bracken shoots in a survival lecture (in the army). I wouln't suggest bracken shoots at this time of year as they are poisonous, but mushrooms, onion and brocolli probably go quite well.