*TRUE STORY ABOUT BAM BAM & THE FRIGHTENED LITTLE WABBIT
Bam Bam was agitated as usual whenever he senses a coyote outside in the yard. So, without hesitation, his gramma decided to let him outside. After all, it was safe because there is a big fence between the “coyote’s territory” and the safety of the family’s big back yard.
But lo and behold, as soon as gramma let the gorgeous hunk of a pit-bull mix outside, she glanced out the window to see that it wasn’t a coyote that their big, lovable but ferocious-looking dog was going after. It was a frightened little rabbit.
And with ears in alert mode, and paws moving triple-time, he was running for his life as the big dog chased him!
Bam Bam’s gramma immediately jumped up and ran outside screaming, “Bam Bam no! Come here! Bad doggie!”
But Bam Bam is stubborn and wants what he wants, when he wants it. So gramma had to call him several times before he finally came inside.
After she let him in, and had seen where the rabbit went, she headed back outside in that direction and stood there, talking to the rabbit (which she could not actually SEE at the time).
“Little rabbit,” she said, talking to the bushes she assumed he was hiding in, in her softest voice: “You’ve got to get out of here the same way you got in.” She continued, “You may not understand this, because that doggie is so much bigger than you, but he just wants to play. He doesn’t realize his strength.”
When there was no movement or sound, gramma waited a few minutes, then went back inside. But after a while, Bam Bam had to come out and do his business. So, assuming the little bunny was now long gone, gramma let the doggie out.
She was so scared that sweat was running down her face and under her arms.
Things seemed good for a minute. Bam Bam, now otherwise distracted, went in a totally different direction and did what he came out to do.
But then he remembered…
He started sniffing all around the area.
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