One in the mouth is worth two in the paws

Actually, it only comes to a total of two since the last update. One was found by the food bowl, so the Chap learnt the fine art of “poking it with a stick to make sure it’s dead”. The other was pounced on by the fireplace, followed by growling and a refusal to give up the still-moving toy. We convinced him to at least go out into the garden with it.

Sébastian’s kill count

  • Rodents:
    Rats – 3
    Mice – 51 53
    Voles –12
  • Birds:
    Sparrows – 5
    Dunnocks – 1
    Robin – 1
    Ringed (or other) pigeon – 4
    Uncertain – 10
  • Other:
    Frogs – 1
    Unidentifiable remains – 3
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One Response to “One in the mouth is worth two in the paws”

  1. Mark Claphan Says:

    Of all the useless puns you’ve put on these posts to try and liven them up, that has to be the filthiest sounding.

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