Tuesday, May 20, 2014

The Suspects


We haven't proved to Mom that our long standing enemy is back, but it is important to know your enemy. This is a rabbit. Don't give it the cute bunny name or Moms starting thinking Easter bunny, cartoon bunnies and your cause is lost. Think of it as a veggie thief. It is a cunning master of disguise. Like you, it knows how to use its cuteness to manipulate and get what it wants.


If this were some ugly looking snake, Mom would be right with us telling Dog Dad to hunt it down and make it leave. However, she looks at that face and goes weak. We have used the cuteness manipulation all too often and now it’s coming back to bite us. This criminal is using our own best tool against us.


Memorial Day will soon be here and Mom and Dad will be veggie planting. We need to remove these veggie eating criminals before that happens. First, we have to locate them and prove to Mom and Dad that they are indeed returned. Then we have to find some way for Mom and Dad to stop taking pictures and take action to protect the veggies against these destructive beasts. Sure, they look cute. That is their evil weapon. The plants know better.



23 comments:

  1. LOL would so love to chase your veggie thieves. We have same problems but ours are the birds. Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. They are cute, but boy can they do a number on a garden! WOrst thing is they multiply....but their babies are even CUTER!

    You're right, they do have an evil weapon!

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    1. Don't get us started on the babies. Mama melts like an ice cream cone in July.

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  3. You know - we have discovered one of those living under our azalea bushes in the front yard....Mom was not happy to see it had eaten every single cabbage plant a few weeks back or that it had eaten through the netting surrounding them !!!!

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    1. They leave nothing behind and its no suprise they always show magicians having rabbits. They can get through anything.

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  4. You best get a fence up around the garden or keep the patroldoggies out there.

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    1. When the veggies get planted fencing goes up. It doesn't survive the winter if it stays up. However, those evil minions have broken through all of Dog Dad's best devices. We do our best, but they are super evil.

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  5. WE feel your pain. WE have been TRYING to chase the evil Veggie stealers away from OuR Sugar Snap Peas for DAYS.. and NIGHTS now... They have eaten HALF of them off. Grrrrrrrrrr

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    1. Never surrender Frankie. We must defeat them.

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  6. Awww but I love bunnies....oops, I mean, er...um....rabbits. BOL! Come on now, they are super cute!!!!! haha!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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    1. This is the very problem we combat. Their cuteness is their evil super power. Those who cave have no veggies to eat from the garden.

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  7. What evil genius ... hiding their destructive and evil intentions behind a facade of cuteness! I don't want to upset you but it sounds like they may have used their powers on your Mom and she is under their spell already :) You must save your Mom and veggies!

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    1. Someone who truly understands our challenge.

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  8. Cute evils!!
    Maybe you can give them free food so they wont bother your plants ;)

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  9. And if we are the veggies we would be in jail or something
    Lily & Edward

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  10. We are in horror of the fate that awaits your poor carrots and lettuce from these fiendish, though cute, monsters.

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  11. Blogger is having its moments today and ate a comment. I had it in my email so I'm reposting.

    Lessons From A Paralyzed Dog has left a new comment on your post "The Suspects":

    They are awfully cute critters. Maybe you could plant two veggie gardens, so these little guys could grab a bite from time to time. ....Probably not, huh?

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    1. They'd just be more rabbits dining in all the gardens. The population would explode.

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  12. Awwwwe, but they're so cute! That's too bad they are causing you havoc, good luck!

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  13. Your suspects are too adorable! Love the CSI theme! The number one suspect at my house lately is a groundhog that is now bigger than my dog.

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  14. Those bunnies sure are cute! We use to have bunnies but we chased them all away:(

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