Saturday, June 14, 2014

Bunny Invasion

Shhhhh. Be very, very quiet. I’m hunting rabbits. This is The Daily Bone and I’m your stealthy doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel. (I’m whispering.)

This afternoon we saw the first sign that the Bunny Militia is scouting our territory. My humans were lucky to catch a few photos of them because they think that if they sit really still, they’ll blend into the background like camouflage.

They are obviously quite the savvy suburbanites, because one of them remembered to look both ways before crossing the street. I kid you not!

I’m keeping a close eye on the situation. Sooner or later, they’ll find their way into the back yard. It will be a grand chase indeed! I can hardly wait! 

We also saw the Evil Squirrel Cartel coming rather close to our most well marked and well protected territory, namely just outside our back door. What they’re up to, I can only guess. Perhaps they’re planning to invade the garage where the bird seeds, and peanuts are kept. Oh, and the delicious healthy weight maintenance yum yum crunchy meatballs doggie food is kept there too! Whoa, the nerve of them! Grand theft doggie food!

My comrade in arms Joseph (Joey dog) Spaniel and I are on heightened vigilance now. You’ll never know when these invaders will attack!

But you don't have to stick around while we anxiously wait for the bunny invasion. I'll be sure to let you know the minute it occurs. 


  1. chester we are talkin in little (quiet) letters. omd rabbits and squirrels both????? what is going on there? you need to put on a second shift for patrolling .

  2. We got a full scale bunny invashun here.

  3. Yikes! Looks like there's not a minute to rest fur yu doods.

  4. OMD bunnies????? Can I come over? Happy Farther's day to your daddy and have a lovely serene Sunday.
    Best wishes Molly

  5. Crikey ..... You got heaps of bunnies and right close by. I'm sooooooooooooo jealous!! I've never seen a squirrel but bunnies ..... oh! I love bunnies. I wanna live at your house!!

  6. We have found that if you go look for nature you won't find it. But if you sit quietly and wait, it will come to you! Mom says we've been waiting here for thirty years. That's how long it took for all the trees and bushes to grow from a flat field of nothing into places the birds and animals live.