Friday, April 13, 2012

Oh no

That bloody murderous dog may be back. Last night I saw, and our dogs chased off, a similar grey husky-type thing to the one that crushed five of our poor chickens to death several weeks ago. I went out with the rifle and tried to track it down, but no such luck. With lambs now (even a brand new one this morning), I wish some people would keep their rotten, spoiled, untrained, bloodthirsty, animals under control. Or just leave the neighborhood and go back to whatever stupid city or suburb they came from. If you want to live in the countryside, you have to respect country values: Either don't spoil your animals, or keep them on your own property.

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