Same Old Games

Yesterday, we showed you how Typhoon liked to use the unmowed wild grasses in the yard to hide from his prey (i.e., his siblings). Today was a bright, sunny day, so the Hu-dad was able to mow Sibe Quentin. So did Typhoon give up because he no longer had tall grass in which to hide, or did he play the same old games?

Typhoon hiding

Typhoon “hiding” in the now mowed grass.

pouncing on Cheoah

Pouncing on Cheoah as she walks about the yard.

not impressed

Big brother Frankie does not seem impressed.


Did you honestly expect me to behave just because the grass was mowed?


  1. Juno's mom on April 22, 2015 at 8:43 am

    Husky masks are so interesting and Typhoon’s is quite striking. Kinda fits his personality.

  2. Angel Pip & Ruby on April 22, 2015 at 6:24 am

    Everyone looks like they are having fun! Frankie seems to have the best seat in the house!

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