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12 Apr 2013

Just in case any of you were worried about me and rabbits...


when I was a fine young man, as pictured below




I caught a rabbit and got into the most terrible trouble with dad!   So nowadays when I see a rabbit, although I chase it, I make sure I slow down before I get to it.  That way, I get my exercise, the rabbit gets exercise and everybody is happy.









10 comments:

  1. Good boy. You smart dogs learn quick. :)

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  2. Phew ~~~ that's a difficult lesson to learn!

    Something we all have to go through!

    Sophie

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  3. That's good, William. Great exercise is healthy for all. Have a good weekend, sweet boy!

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  4. Thanks Cris, Sophie and Mary - glad I explained that point :)

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  5. Aww William I just love your young man photo :-)
    No, I couldn't bear to see Annie catch a rabbit.
    Son-in-law has had to despatch a few that the dogs have caught,
    he meets up regularly with lots of lurchers for runs and play.
    Eric the lurcher has caught one but not hurt it,
    and Tinker was an ex-worker so catching rabbits had been her job!!

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  6. You are so good William. Not sure I'd be and peeps would be mad at me. Have a super Saturday. You were a handsome pup.
    Best wishes Molly

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  7. We have never caught a rabbit in 11 years but we never give up ha ha

    E and R xx

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  8. You are very disciplined, William! Rosie Mae has never quite mastered such self control - the red mist descends and she is like a guided missile. Or was, in her younger years, she can't even see the bunnies now!

    x

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  9. Thanks Eileen, Molly, Kath and Joanna :)

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