Some cheeky new residents have been amusing shoppers in Bromham over the last few days.
Pure white albino squirrels - with red eyes - have been playing happily on the grass verges near Budgens, not at all bothered by their grey counterparts.
Tony Pinkerton, who lives in Trevor Drive, captured the little chaps on camera and video and has seen an adult as well as a baby.
A former forester, Tony says he has never seen an albino squirrel, considered to be quite rare, although has heard there are numbers of them in Cambridgeshire and Scotland.
He said: “The adult one has been around here for about a week. I spent 11 years in forestry and I have never seen one.”
He says the baby is about 14 inches from nose to tail, but the adult is about the size of a small cat.
He added: “The greys are just hanging around, but these albino squirrels are just so playful.”
Estimations of the grey squirrel population in the UK vary from between 2.5million to five million and only one in 100,000 are said to be born albino, meaning there could be between just 25 and 50 in the wild at any one time.