Boom Boom, The Stalking Machine

Today, we have a series of photographs of Boom Boom as a stalking machine. But what was he stalking? And what was the result?

The stalking machine.

The stalking machine.

We do our absolute best to keep the Hu-Dad guessing every day as to what game we are playing and what exactly is happening within the walls of Sibe Quentin. Such was the case when Hu-Dad spotted Landon doing the best stalking poses.

Closer, Closer.

Closer, Closer.

But what was Landon’s target? Hu-Dad followed Landon’s gaze and realized the target was none other than his big brother, Frankie Suave, who was totally clueless of the impending launch. So did Landon get his man?

Oops. We might be spotted.

Oops. We might be spotted.

At the exact moment above, Frankie turned and gave Landon the best big brother look ever. You know the look – don’t even think about it. Frankie’s look is quite powerful, because Landon never launched. The power of the stare, huh, Frankie Suave?

2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on February 4, 2017 at 11:01 am

    Our kitty (who’s only lived with dogs,) knows the husky stare down well. He turns his back on Juno and game off.

  2. Lori on February 4, 2017 at 9:27 am

    Phew!!! Close call Frankie Suave ????

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