Just yesterday she and I spent a good bit of the afternoon outdoors basking in the plentiful sunshine and warmer weather. Bianka immediately went to work searching for critters around our little pond, while I tended to the necessary outdoor chores, like mowing the yard. Now normally I'll see a snake or two long before the little dog catches her first one of the season. (I don't tell her this of course.) So, I thought it was odd that none crossed my path.
Maybe she's run them all off...or maybe the snakes are just getting smarter.
As I was leaving the house to run some errands, I looked over and found this guy hiding in my holly bush.
And when I say hiding in the holly bush, I really mean on the holly bush.
As you can see, he is far off the ground, a good four feet or so. Did the snakes finally figure out the dog is only 8 inches tall?
Could it be true that this their new strategy for survival? Have the snakes outsmarted the Little Dog?
Oh! Don't get cocky!