Saturday, November 10, 2007

Kill da Wabbitt

So Isaac was laying on the porch absentmindedly chewing on a stuffy while Princess and I (Tank) romped around the yard. Dad came out on the porch, Isaac looked up and the stuffy lept up and started running. All 3 of us went nuts and chased the poor bunny but it escaped under the fence. OOOOOOOh that wascawy wabbitt! The 3 of us dug and jumped and howled but the bunny was gone. Not only that but dad was mad at us for jumping on the fence. Sigh... Wouldn't any of you have done the same?

9 comments:

Sparky said...

Isaac had the rabbit? If he had it in the first place, then that means he caught it! Congratulations Isaac! I wish I could catch one!

Sparky

babyphat523 said...

Oh jeez Tank! Yup I think every red blooded pooch would have done the same!

Last spring, our Rebel took off under the brush in the yard and all I heard was *squealing* from the deck, I didn't realize what was happening. Reb had a baby bunny in his mouth. I couldn't believe that our Reb was a KILLER! But my hubby said the bunny got away. although I'm not sure if I believe him..

BTW, very nice photo! :)

Stanley said...

Hey, if there's a bunny in the yard you get bun bun clemency. All rules are only suggestions at a time like that! MUST GET THE WABBIT!

Goob love & sympathy,
Stanley

Maggie & Mitch said...

We would have done the exact same thing! Your dad should be proud of you for chasing that bunny off!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Harry said...

That was one lucky rabbit. We had a hedgehog in our garden the other night, but it was to prickly to attack!

Toodle pip,
Harry x

Sophie Brador said...

Woah! How did Isaac get a bunny without you guys even noticing? Do you think he was just nuzzling the bunny. I mean, the bunny wasn't hurt, was it? Not that I really care. I mean, really. Bunnies are for eating aren't they?

xo
SB

wally said...

I once figured out I could open the back gate by headbutting it. Now there are bungee cords involved. My sissy has jumped the fence before so she is totally on board with you. I have actually CAUGHT a bunny once but I let it go. The love of my ma ape is more important than fresh rabbit.

wally.

Patience-please said...

(Wiping spit and drool and snart from the monitor screen.)

BUNNIES!!! Gotta get them BUNNIES!!! We were bred for BUNNIES!!! Nothing better than BUNNIES!!!! Buh buh buhb BUNNIES!!!
(Too much spit and drool and snart back on the screen to see anymore.)

the whippet waggle (who get overwrought at the mere mention of you-know-whats)

Ferndoggle said...

A rabbit? In your yard? That would be a dream come true!! I've been trying to catch our neighborhood rabbit for years and he's just to fast for me. But in the yard with my super quick sissies...he wouldn't stand a chance.

And yes, I would have jumped on the fence. Quite a few times.

Sherman