“Now that they’re being more aggressive, what if they bite him?” Peavey told the television station.
Peavey said she has seen at least two squirrels inside the condo.
"(One) normally likes to stay on the back of my couch, and the other one likes the chair," Peavey told WFLA. You can see what he's done to the bottom of the chair. Down here, you can see the stuffing, the feces."
Meanwhile, the HOA told WFLA it is not responsible for problems inside the condominium, but only for issues in common areas of the complex. The property manager, Leif Olander, did tell the television station that pest control technicians would be called to remove the squirrels.