Bunny in the grass
I’m watching him for you, Mom
Never fear — I’m here
Note: This was taken in August, 2016, as my Sheltie silently sneaked up on a rabbit in the yard.
Note 2: This is my interpretation of Silence, this week’s topic in WordPress’s 2018 Photo Challenge. Take a photo, follow the instructions, and play along!
Excellent, Debbie. I’m sure Dallas protected you from the savage bunny.
Count on it, John! He’s a herding dog, after all.
Ha ha ha.
I know I’ve told you this before — at least, I think I have. Anyway, you can pass it on to Dallas.
“How to you catch a unique rabbit?”
“U nique up on it.”
HaHa, gotta love it, Linda! Thanks for a much-needed chuckle, and yes, I’ll pass that wisdom on to Dallas.
What a brave bunny! And it looks big. Not too big for the even braver Dallas though…!
I think these bunnies are teasing my dog. And I think Dallas is miffed they won’t let themselves be herded!
OMG…how CUTE, Debbie! I love both bunnies and Dallas. Of course, I love Dallas MORE!
Have a great weekend, my friend!
X to you and Dallas
Aw, thanks, Ron. I love bunnies and Dallas, too (Dallas waaay more, of course!). He never seems to know what these bunnies are doing in HIS yard, and that puzzles me, too. I mean, don’t they know he’s a dog??
Enjoy the rest of your week, and stay safe on those slick streets and sidewalks! xo
Maybe Dallas just wants to pat the bunny! Or not. Very cute. Perfect interpretation.
Ya think?!? I’m not buying it. He’s curious, of course, and definitely not in “attack mode,” but I don’t think he wants any interlopers in his yard!
How fun to watch, Debbie.
Sometimes we get lucky and have the camera in hand just when we need it!! xx
What was the upshot, Debbie? Did Dallas catch the rabbit? In any case, I like the way you captured the theme through him. Nice.
Thanks, Monica. No, he didn’t catch the bunny. He’s not really interested in *catching* them; he’s way more fond of *herding* them into a corner and watching them, ha!
Good to know. I hope he had a dandy time pursuing the little critter, lol.