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Elvis is King of the jungle so far..
I agree with Beth
for me the photos say #1 prey (sweet, cute prey, but prey nonetheless), #2 intent predator, #3 lunch (I mean prey)..
Have just been catching up with the Lemmy pics .... and now I find there is a whole menagerie ..... but I reckon Elvis is still the king ..... hope that chicken run is well secured ......
Elvis is the most utterly badass cat ever. Lemmy is the cutest puppy ever. I got nothin' for the chickens, sorry. ;D
Elvis runs from Lemmy, and does Big Tail and Punk Hair. Although less so as time goes on.
Wow, is your surname Durrell by any chance. And I was going to say the same as Dhamaka. Don't fancy the chances of any of the other specimens with exhibit 2 on the prowl. Especially not the aquatic ones.
I'm wondering why Rich hasn't been included in said animal roll-call.
-buggery, overenthusiastic clicking! Delete this!-
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Elvis looks like he just ate Lemmy,...
But you all live in one house or somthing?
I need to get some more pictures of Borris on here so he can re assume his rightful position as Moblog doggie.
But Lemmy is all teh cute (don't tell Borris I said that!)
"Aw"s all round really - you should get some Silkies though; you gotta love those little feather pantaloons they wear. ;)
Er... lurcher? To cohabit with chickens, a small dog & a cat? Bit of a risky strategy, no? Lurchers have one of the strongest prey drives going & like all hounds, respond only somewhat to training (& not at all when they're chasing something).
I used to live with two - their owners were properly careful with muzzles & leads, but despite best efforts, the dogs' kill tally was two or three (my brain refuses exact memory)pet cats, a fox (that took only one of the dogs, the other one didn't manage to break his muzzle)a pet bunny, some cherished fancy poultry and innumerable rats & wild rabbits. All this in just 3 years.
They also clear tall buildings at a single bound & dig with speed & marvelous efficiency - you might want to run that chickenwire down about 6 feet...
Think there's any chance at all of re-directing Hmate's enthusiasm towards something less famous for coursing small critturs?
Elvis is definitely "on a mission" there.
Look out Lem!
hildegard, I had the same thought...except that if they get a pup, Elvis will take it out behind the woodshed a few times and put the fear of Bast into it while it's wee, and most lurchers who grow up with other small dogs learn the diffo between other dogs and prey. Also by the time the lurcher gets big enough to be a threat, Lemmy will be bigger than rabbit sized :). And, puppy, not being trained to chase anything that moves, maybe not as prey driven as those who are? Anyway, my 2 pence!
damn where did you get the air raid shelter sign its beautiful!!!! id give my eye teeth for that, seriously O.O
Lurcher is almost four months old and called Wesley. I am also concerned. Housemate has yet to satisfactorily answer important questions like "where will it live (so as not to bother/kill the other animals)", "who will care for it during the day while you're at work", "how will my rather puny tiny-JS-puppy-proof fence contain it" and so on. There will be a Discussion before it gets here.
Layla - to be honest, I have no idea. it's one of those things that has just been in the garden for some time. You want a good junk/antique shop, you do.. :)
yes but leeds isnt the best place for those ;_;
wow, you'll need to start selling tickets soon.
as for the sign - i found it in a field while on a firewood mission for Thickfest 2006
In a field! thats just not fair!
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