We live close to a state park and our house is surrounded by timber. Since we built a pond in our backyard we’ve had an abundance of wildlife living around our house.
This provides for many interesting visuals and a great deal of humor. Animals can simply be hilarious to watch.
Unless you’re one of our dogs.
In which case it’s a rare instance that you get to actually go outside and chase the “offending” animal.
The animals know this.
Take for instance this rabbit just outside our Great Room window the other night.
The girls began suddenly carrying on, prompting me to get up to see what all the racket was about.
Mr. Bunny (merely making an assumption here, I wasn’t close enough to check) was minding his own business nibbling in the grass.
Enter offensive dogs barking furiously.
Mr. Bunny pauses to see if dogs will be coming outside. He ponders for several minutes, waiting and watching.
The girls remain at the window. Here comes the human, taking pictures. Everyone remains at the window.
Mr. Bunny decides no one is coming out, but remaining alert “just in case”…he turns his back to them. He appears to be ignoring us.
The girls continue barking furiously, begging me to let them out. Charra told me they needed to go out.
It’s at this point I feel I should mention that this isn’t this bunny’s first rodeo here.
Mr. Bunny lives here with it’s mate, and they often play with each other around the yard.
Very rarely have the girls been let out to give chase; it’s usually an accident. None of us realized they were there until we opened the door.
We have no desire to see Mr. Bunny/Squirrel/etc. get disassembled while we watch.
It had been a really hot day.
For Mr. Bunny, it had apparently also been a long day. He was pretty tired.
There’s nothing like stretching out and relaxing under a big shade tree on some nice cool earth. Ahhhhh…..
Mr. Bunny really enjoyed it.
And it was especially good since his nice little resting spot was right in front of our window.
Ahhhh, what a perfect summer evening, just relaxing…
After we all went to bed, I slipped out and checked on Mr. Bunny. Most likely he left as soon as the girls weren’t watching any more.
Game Over! 😀