January 20th 2011 7:11 am
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I take my role as Huntress Pennie very seriously. I am an Alpha Female, a dog able to care for herself. I am quite certain that I could survive on my own, if need be, and I am proud of that. Oh, sure, I love my twice daily Kibble Ration, but unlike Sophie, I am quite willing to Supplement my Diet from the Backyard Wilds. Soon after my arrival at my home in Suburbia, Mom realized that those ankle-wrenching Mole Tunnels were disappearing from the lawn. Indeed, (squeamish don't read this) in my stool samples at the Annual Vet Visit, there is often "evidence," that I have been consuming Suburban Wildlife.
Imagine my horror to discover that just out of reach due to Invisible Fence, in my own 0.46 acres of Suburbia, there are large dirt pile-evidence of animal invasion! Yes, those nasty critters are smart enough to build just OUTSIDE my e-fence perimeter! There is one large mound -- at least 18 inches in diameter, and one foot high, plus several smaller mounds! Probably not even moles, but some other creature!
I may have to attempt to break out of my Invisible Fence. I have done this before and if it means defending my 0.46 acres of Suburbia AND a Tasty SNACK -- I'll risk that ZAP!
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I am so proud of you Pennie!!! Moles are my favoritest!!!I nevfur eated them but they're FUN to catch and put to sleep! WTG!
So that's why they collect the doodie in the little plastic bags! evfadence!!! OMD! Bacon are not a criminal!
Bacon wrote that ^^^ not IZZY!!! OMD!
The nerve of those evil little critters! Over there, taunting you! You have to come up with a plan to Get Them!
:D Maybe your people can move the invisible fence line a little? It's a lot of work, but maybe worth it.. I think you should seriously talk with them about this option. I think you are doing great keeping the property critter free. Our cats to the same here..
Woofs to you and happy working, Jojo and sonja