Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Squirrel Super Highway Update

Hello. This is The Daily Bone, and I'm your humble doggie host Chester L. W. Spaniel, along with my esteemed colleague Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel.

Here is an update on the squirrel super highway project. A couple days ago, the rest of that big branch was cut down. (This, you remember, was frequently used by the Evil Squirrel Cartel as their main escape route when we catch them invading our territory.) We doggies had to watch from the window when the big heavy branch came crashing down with a huge thump. It was spectacular!

Crack, crack, crash, whomp!
Here I am inspecting it for squirrel foot prints.

Well, then we filled up the bird feeders and waited to see what the squirrels would do. There was no squirrel activity right after the branch came down, probably because the noise of the chain saw scared them away. But the next day they came creeping around to steal the seeds, while Joey dog and I waited quietly by the back door. We rushed out to chase them and they zipped right up the big silver maple, but were foiled when they discovered their super highway had vanished! Bwa-hahahaha! They sat up in the tree and scolded while we doggies rolled on the ground laughing! Finally they came down and tip toed along the top of the fence. We gave them a final chase and that was that. Hooray!

However, although this battle is won, the war is not over. We happened to see a spy video last night (address below.) This was an excellent report from our human intelligence department outlining the persistence of the Squirrel Cartel in it's unending terror campaign in the USA and the UK. Joey dog and I wouldn't be surprised if there are squirrel training camps somewhere in a third world country where these little bushy-tailed thieves learn their bird feeder break-in techniques. So, doggies of the world, stay vigilant. We are still the best defense against the evil Squirrel Cartel.

A doggie's work is never done!

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