Sorry we've been awol for a week. There's so much going on, we just needed a breather.
To bring you up to date: Bridget is back in her mouse-chasing groove. I don't know what the poor mouse wants in our house when there's plenty of food outside, but one did make it in and lived to regret it.
Here she is, determined to get at him. The paw of death!
Did she eventually get him? Afraid so. His poor little carcass sat on the kitchen floor the following day.
I think Bridget was especially energized since there was not one single mouse all winter for her to terrorize. All that pent-up energy she had was out to get the poor mouse who found himself inside and never made it back out.
No, I don't go after mice. I'm too old for such sport and I don't see the need. We have plenty of food and don't need a mouse to supplement our diet. I think Bridget does it more for thrills than anything else.
All for now. I'm getting ready to
haunt visit all of you. Look for my mug in the comments section. I hope it shows. I've heard tell some comments are not being posted which is a shame. They're always fun to read.
Bridget is just following her natural instinct. Flynn was a prolific mouser in the fields but rarely ate them. He usually gave them to Eric to eat and he could never turn down a free snack.
I have comments that go to spam sometimes. It only seems to be since blogger changed things again a few weeks back. I try to remember to check comments on the dashboard daily.
Bridget was on a mission!!
Well done, Bridget!
That was some darn good mouse hunting, it's good to have a fun hobby!
Way to go Bridget!
Awww poor little mousie :(
Wow, Bridget is one excellent huntress.
a mouse in de houz iz werth ….well lotz oh fun time and snax !
hope everee onez doin soooper grate ❤️
Nice to see you, sweet friends! Good job by Bridget. Too bad that mouse had some seriously questionable judgement, though.
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