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Despite being 11 years old, Typhoon remains convinced he can catch his nemesis, so he is still huntin’ wascally wabbits.
In his younger days, the Little Prince was a menace to rabbits who dared venture into his yard. He could twist, turn, leap, and pounce with the best of them. Alas, he’s a step slower these days and unlikely to catch them, but he hasn’t lost has rabbit radar. He knows when one of them has been in his yard and enters in full stalk mode.
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