Hello there. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your vigilant doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
There was an alien squirrel snarfing birdie seeds in the yard today. He had a dark colored chin. I've never seen him before. The grackles kept a close eye on him until …
… I ran out after him.
I had to do this twice before he got the message that …
… the birdie seeds are for the birdies!
That tree rat must not be too smart to need 2 lessons! Glad you got rid of him!ReplyDelete
You are poetry in motion! And you have a beautiful yard.ReplyDelete
We love seeing the action shots of you chasing those squirrels. You sure can fly.ReplyDelete
HIGH-PAW! Nice work Chester! Obviously that new tree rat doesn't know the rules!!ReplyDelete
Chester, you are an official HERO! Don't be surprised if you have to chase him again. Squirrels can be kind of dumb! BOL!ReplyDelete
You tell him, Chester! Stoopid squirrels!ReplyDelete
Look at you go, C! You are airborne! You know how to teach a squirrel a lesson.ReplyDelete
Love and licks,
OHHHHHHHHHHHHH NO NOT a dark chinned squirrel! Chester for sure it is an alien from out of space. Whew good job flying through the air after himReplyDelete
Hugs madi your bfff
Poor squirrel was probably hungry. But you sure put it in its place.ReplyDelete
Don't worry, the squirrels in this neighborhood are quite well fed. Somebody is feeding them. We often see squirrels running around with big hunks of bread and pizza crust!Delete
Looks like you took care of the problemReplyDelete
Lily & Edward
Good work, Chester!ReplyDelete
Good work! I chased one of those rascals out of my yard today, too...and petcretary wishes I would chase the starlings and grackles, too...ReplyDelete