August 23rd 2005 8:01 pm
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Today I demonstrated my unique technique of landscape lizard hunting. It's a method I've discovered to be somewhat effective against bush dwelling lizards.
After my nose has located the lizard in a shrub. I lift myself up on my back legs. Using all my body weight (approximately 6.5 lbs give or take a greenie) I throw myself head first into the bush. Usually intermitantly landing my front two paws inside of the plant. I proceed to project myself into and out of the shrub repeatedly until I either catch the lizard or manage to scare him out. Continually throughout the process, I'm wagging my tail while sticking my rear directly up into the air.
To get a full appreciation for this sight. One must imagine me fully buried in green with a 1 inch furry pendulum wagging back & forth at full speed. And just below it is the cutest multicolored cowlick that manages to cover most of my private parts. All supported by my short, but very cute, back legs.
Mom says the cowlick is good luck. I think she's just being nice. I'm always wearing my cowlick. But I don't always get my lizard.
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