Hello. This is The Daily Bone and I'm your diligent doggie reporter Chester L. W. Spaniel.
I was checking out the window today and look what I saw:
It's an evil squirrel! As soon as he saw me, he took off. Look! There he goes along the path that I made in the snow.
What a wimp! He obviously doesn't want to run through the snow if he can help it!
So I went out to see if that squirrel needed any more motivation to stay out of my yard.
He's gone! I'm coming back in now!
You can never be too careful about the Evil Squirrel Cartel.
Dog Eat Doug
Squirrels are just evilReplyDelete
We continue to fight the good fight against ALL evil squirrels!ReplyDelete
Well done, Chester!
Your squirrel fighting friends,
Wyatt and Tegan
The good thing about snow is that the critters leave tracks on the ground and they are easier to findReplyDelete
DAMN DUDE! WTD does that tree rat thinks it's doin' in your yardie??! Is he NEW??! geesh.ReplyDelete
Wells, now he knows! Good work...and do some snow zoomies for me, k?
Your entire world is a mystery to me, Chester....ReplyDelete
Why can't squirrels hibernate too? We'd get a nice break from their evil shenanigans!ReplyDelete
That squirrel sure was bold to show up in your yard. It looks like you had fun zooming back inside through all that snow. It is a nice powder and great for cutting your own trails.ReplyDelete
We will try to get a pic of Pierre chasing squirrels in the snow. None of those wimps have even come down the trees to explore the white stuff.ReplyDelete
Chester you are fierce when you are on a mission.ReplyDelete
MOL that cartoon is funny
Hugs madi your bfff
We had some mice in our yard! but Dad took care of thatReplyDelete
Hazel & Mabel
Chester, you look mighty pleased with yourself. Good job!ReplyDelete
Better you than me in the snow! Mara took me out the other day and it was NOT good! How can you stand it? I prefer sleeping on a nice comfy cushion.ReplyDelete
Miss Oswin from Norway
Tree rats well Chester L. W. I could help you out for I have been know to bite off a tree rats tail. Yep I got myself a tail once. We call him Stumpy now and most of the time he stays out of my yard. You don't have to be fast just patient.ReplyDelete
Thanks for being a friend
Sweet William The Scot
What a nervy squirrel. Good thing you were there t take care of it...he sure must have been hungry to come into your patrolled yard.ReplyDelete