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In which Mollydog rescues a rabbit

Coming back from our walk today, I heard a rabbit screaming. The hounds shot off into the bushes to find out what was going on, and found a fox in the process of catching a rabbit. (probably a rather young inexperienced fox, as the rabbit made so much noise).

Az ran right past the rabbit, after the fox (honestly, that dog only sees things that move, I think he needs specs! ) leaving Mollydog with the rabbit. Mollydog may be the world's least rabbit-huntingest sighthound, she usually doesn't even bother chasing them, but she obviously felt she was supposed to do something, so she prodded it with her nose.

Rather to my surprise (and hers) the rabbit got up and dusted himself off, looking a bit confused. So she prodded him again. And he turned round and loppited into a bush.

So, one very lucky rabbit there, and one poor fox cruelly deprived of his breakfast!

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  • 2 Dec 2020, 13:03
    There are no zones with different rules in Moscow, but still it was impossible to guess in spring what was or wasn't allowed to do; and now the situation is only a little better. Seems it happens in…
  • 2 Dec 2020, 10:35
    Thank you! I may try it later today then.
  • 2 Dec 2020, 10:30
    My sourdough also isn't big on the doubling in size - and it does make good bread. I think you can probably give bread a go.
  • 27 Nov 2020, 08:45
    I'm not sure whether we were in Tier 1 or 2 at that point...

    LOL. Yeah, I've given up all hope of making sense of these shifty weird rules.

    Love all the waterside encounters!
  • 26 Nov 2020, 22:04
    Wow! We get huge aircraft carriers in Brooklyn occasionally but I have never shared the water with one.
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