Looks like we have quite a mole problem...
Look at this tunnel!
I think they are trying to find a way out
Look! There's one now! It's one of those GIANT moles.
They are sneaky little devils that travel in twos. I wonder where the other one is?
Now if I just had a great big dog to catch them rascals...
We are also participating in the THANKFUL FUR 3 BLOG HOP.
Find out more info at Brian's Home.
Those are the biggest moles we have ever seen but they do look like they could be a lot of fun to play with.
Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara
and what cute moles they are :) Haylie is in her digging fall phase! She only digs in the fall but she likes to dig holes in the middle of the yard so when I mow I almost fall in her holes :)
Oh, I love digging--I must be one of those moles! What is it about digging that's so refreshing? So dog.......
I think they are going to make a mountain outta those mole hills!!! I am co-hosting a blog hop today, please hop by and pawticipate!
Hm, they sure don't look like the moles we have in NY!
Moles??? Who? What? Where???? I'm a city girl and I don't like MOLES! Glad you were there to save the day!!!!
Hugs & smoochies!!! XOXO
We got some big cats to help catch your moles! Just visiting form the blog hop at Brian's.
We've visited your blog a few times and have just read all your profiles. Our Mom would love to peemail your Mom sometime, can you ask her to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Moles are interesting critters. Many years ago I was camping in Yosemite with my in-laws and a mole burrowed under my sister-in-laws tent and scared the heck out of her! I thought it was funny. :-)
Thank you so much for your post tonight about their names, we have been in love with the 24 paws from day one and loved hearing about each name.
Thank you as well for voting for Fred :)
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