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A simple evening walk was almost diverted into chaos and our resident expert explains how a Herd distraction could have happened.
The Herd was out for an evening walk. Birds singing. Sun setting. Not a cloud in the sky. And, yet, something sure caught our attention. Let’s check in with our expert for an analysis.
We were simply strolling along when a dastardly tree rat (you humans call them squirrels) darted across the road in front of us and up a tree. We wanted to give chase and explain how wrong that was, but Hu-Dad “suggested” we keep walking instead.
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