I've been growing maters for about 10 years, and despite living "in the country", I've never had major critter issues (bugs yes, birds/mammals no). Anyway, I went out into the garden with my morning coffee, and found that something had disrupted my tomatoes. What was affected were mostly unripe cherry types. While some of the tomatoes appeared to be partially eaten, I couldn't make out any obvious tooth marks, etc. Mostly, it looked like the maters were knocked off the vines and crushed a bit. No other obvious damage was done to the plants themselves, but probably a dozen unripe tomatoes were knocked down and squished up. Anyone seen this sort of damage before? Any ideas as to what it might be?