aaaah intruder intruder intruder! get him professor lee.... I'm on the way with the fab bbq-sauce the mama bought yesterday ;O)))
You have to protect your house and family so of course barking is allowed!Hugs, Teddy
Absolutely knock yourself out! Barking definitely allowed!! Lambs are much cuter than lions!
We have two squirrels that hang out in our front yard...a lot! Drives the collies crazy, you would think we were under attack by a zombie army they way they bark and cry in alarm!
Hari OMThat Red John needs telling... meanwhile, we got a lion over here... -4'C at midday and blizzards. Mass hysteria in the media. It's winter, whadda they expect?! hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx
Oh Hailey it is not nice to Tease they reigning K9 lady of the house. Bark on my little princessHugs madi your bfff
I would be barking too!
I would be making quite the stink too if my mom was feeding the stoopid squirrels!
You are so right! You NEED to let that squirrel know that he is in YOUR territory.
How can they invite them in????
That squirrel is lucky you're on the other side of the door, Lee.
We would be chasing that intruder away too. And wooing really loudly at him. We had a very nice first day of March, not too hot and not too cold with a bit of those March winds.Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber
We can't believe your pawrents put out seed to feed the tree rats! You definitely should be barking at him.
Ha ha!!!!! The enemy is taunting you!
What??? they feed him??hugsHazel & Mabel
Mmmmm....we had lamb in our dinner tonight!xoxo,Jakey, Arty & Rosy
You've got a good point there, Hailey!!
Squirrel stew is tough I hear...you're better just chasing them off.
We have a gray one! I, Marvelous would rend him into little bits if I were allowed to get him! I feel your pain!PurrsMarv
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