Sunday, March 8, 2009

What does a cat do when it's cornered by a rabbit?

This is what:



Usually the cat runs away, but the doors were closed and he had no where to go.

7 comments:

The Bunns said...

Oh ... meany!

Fez and the Gang said...

Oh! That cat deserves a big thump!

FrecklesandDeb said...

Can't we all just be friends?

YowlYY said...

Bad cat! Big thump is in order!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Hi from over the hill where it keeps being cold!

BunnyGirl at www.tri-bunny.com is having an on-line event which includes raising money for a rabbit rescue group. We have nominated Rabbit Haven in Gig Harbor.

She wants to know any bunnies that came from there ... none of ours did.

I told her that your 4 did but she needed to check with you to see if it is OK to use them in her material. Maybe you can look at her blog and tell her what you think!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Ooops .. it's
www.tri-bunny.blogspot.com

thefluffies said...

Owh, my cat used to slap my rabbit;s on face. But he ended up being bite by the young rabbit. The rabbit took a chunk of fur from the cat's the stomach. Scary..!