Friday, February 6, 2015

Wow!

Good day ladies and gentlemen, doggies and kitties! 
This is The Daily Bone and I'm your amazed doggie reporter Chester L. W. Stephens.


When my ghostwriter went to work at the nursing home last yesterday, there were some visiting animals. 
Usually the animals are rabbits, birds, house cats, and even a snake. But this one is totally awesome! 


This is an African serval cat. Despite his fierce appearance, he was quite calm and cooperative. The owner said she raised him from a tiny kitten and he was very tame. Since ghostwriter was working, she didn't have time to get his name, but will be sure to find out the next time his humans and their animals visit.

Now here's a TDB News Flash! 


I was doing my visual surveillance and this is what I saw: 







What the … ?

Doggies away! 


My esteemed colleague Joseph (Joey dog) Stephens and I chased that perpetrator out of the yard! 

We see you thieving varmint! Bark bark bark! 

And stay out! 

Can you believe it? 

I guess Special Agent Joey dog and I won't be getting much sleep today! 



18 comments:

  1. What a beautiful kitty kat
    Lily & Edward

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  2. Crikey ..... how cheeky of that bloke stealing the birds' food. What's with that R2-D2 bloke???? He was just standing there doin' nothing. Hope your not paying him much!!

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    1. Don't worry, Charlie. That guy will be plenty busy as soon as spring is here. But right now he has icicles growing off him!

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  3. Oh Chester, my heart has just done a back flip! What a pawfect photo of you staring at the squirrel.
    Think I might print that out and frame it on my puppy box wall.
    *Sigh*
    Loves and dreamy licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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    1. Aw shucks, Princess! Thanks for the compliments. But you'll be outshining me at the Heart-to-Heart party!

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  4. Your mom is sure lucky to have the two of you taking care of business out in your yard! We hope the both of you were rewarded handsomely!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  5. You did great!! I bet that squirrel will be afraid to come back!

    Abby Lab

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    1. Thanks Abby. We didn't see that crummy squirrel again for the rest of the day!

      Joey is looking forward to seeing you at the Heart-to-Heart party!

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  6. Dear Chester,

    Intruder! Intruder! Ojo just took off barking... she should be at your place soon to help you chase away that squirrel!

    Licks,
    Cobi

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  7. Good job on the squirrel patrol. You can't let those tree rats get away with anything!

    Wyatt and Stanzie

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  8. What rudeness; that rodent was just hanging there to get a nibble...the nerve. ( Them dudes are so furry crafty indeed...)
    Good thing you saw it and...took care of the necessary chores. BOL!

    What a big kitty!
    We need one like that to visit our residents:) Lets see, we have a zoo here they have kitties....(Check em out BinderPark Zoo)

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  9. We so are with you as nothing more important than Homeland Security. Off now for a lark in the park and some squirrel hunting. Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  10. The squirrel is quite acrobatic :)

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  11. That is one very acrobatic squirrel! Good job on the squirrel patrol.

    Very interesting looking cat. He doesn't look that friendly, BOL!

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  12. Wow...is someone even allowed to OWN an animal like that? Hope she doesn't keep it in her house! lol www.dakotasden.net

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    1. The serval cat belongs to a group called Wildlife Educators Coalition out of Rochester NY. Here's their email address: wildlifeeducatorscoalition.com

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  13. What a gorgeous cat! You boys do great squirrel patrol!

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