November 10th 2010 8:25 am
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Yesterday morning my sisters and I caught a Shed Bunny. No small feat mind you because Mom and Dad have blocked our access to the shed where the elusive shed bunnies make their home. Apparently Mom and Dad object to our excavating along the edges of the shed. *shrug*
Anyway at around 4:45 in the morning we got let out and lo and behold...there was a shed bunny on our side of the fence! We couldn't believe our good fortune and we were on it in a flash. We can only guess that the camouflage bandannas that Dad had put on our necks two night before must have rendered us invisible to the foolish shed bunny.
Rubee and I were playing tug-a-war and I had just won possession of the shed bunny and Rubee was planning her interception when Dad discovered our game. Yelling at a volume that woke Mom and surely some neighbors, he ordered us to come. We ignored him. Finally we relented and came in knowing full well that Dad would remove our prize. Which he did. He was a little mad at us for not coming and Mom was grossed out because the shed bunny had not weathered the game of tug well at all. But the three of us were quite pleased with ourselves!
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Congratulations from me an Tippy ! And I am sorry to tell you that mommy is sad about what happened to the bunny... :o( Human moms, why can't they understand that we are born to be hunters. And you are not just regular dogs, you are Vizslas, how can you resist a bunny ? You just can't !!!
Licks and kisses to you three XOXOXO
Thanks Biscotte. Mom didn't like what we did to the bunny either. But she does recognizes that we are hunters and the bunnies have plenty of yard to use where we can't reach them. Sometimes they sit just 10 feet off the fence and torture us. Or they will sit outside right under the windows and we will bark and carry on inside the house and they don't budge. Mom has to go out and chase them to get any peace and quiet.