Cow Mau’s “vicious” attack on Bunny Bun Buns

Two nights ago, Bunny was found to be hyperventilating. He was panting with his tongue out and that lasted for quite sometime. If it had gone on longer than an hour, I would have carted him to clinic under emergency already. I read that while dogs pant, cats should not.

We put on a tshirt for him, and later, even the Thundershirt, but it did not help. There was also a bit of thunder that night, but normally, Bunny had never ever been disturbed by thunder or lightning, so we didn’t know why he was panting. It was quite worrying, actually.

Luckily he was still able to eat, but he did hiss and struggled when we tried to hold him.

We were completely baffled as to what could have caused Bunny to hyperventilate that night…until the next morning.

I was in the room and heard a huge cat fight going on in the garden. Rushed out and saw Cow and Bunny in a locked-body fight. I grabbed the water hose and sprayed on Cow until he let go of Bunny. This was close range spraying too.

Cow ran off hissing and Bunny also ran off, very frightened.

Don’t know what happened between these two brothers, but our guess is, Bunny, being blind, must have accidentally bumped into Cow and that made Cow fly into a rage.

Cow has anger management problems. Always had and still has.

Cow was clearly on a warpath and he was all out to get Bunny, so we had no choice but to put Bunny out in the patio. Bunny was hyperventilating again, very badly.

Poor Bunny.

Pupils dilated too. Clearly in shock.

It took some time, but he soon settled down and the panting stopped entirely.

Then, Bunny started looking around….Bunny bullies Heidi (and while Heidi isn’t afraid of “anything”, she is terrified of Bunny). Bunny has a vendetta on Heidi. Reason: Unknown.

Bunny bullies Ginger too. But luckily, Bunny didn’t detect Ginger’s presence.

Nor Vincent’s.

Tabs and Heidi were both safe inside the house.

We had to go out, so we left Bunny, Ginger and Vincent in the patio and closed the patio door so that Bunny could not come into the house and start spraying or attacking Heidi.

When we came home, Bunny was okay, but he was about to attack Ginger and he also detected Vincent’s presence and was about to launch an attack on Vincent (who was crouching and keeping as still as he could, hoping Bunny wouldn’t see him).

Well, that’s the Cow family for you. Cow Mau, Bunny, Pole and Cleo – they are all eccentric and of very strong personalities. Cow, Pole and Cleo would bully Bunny (own flesh and blood, right?). Indy is the only one who is compassionate enough not to harm Bunny in any way even Bunny walks right into him or rams into him. We have seen it so many times.

If poor Bunny (being blind) walks into Pole or Cleo, he would get smacked. If he walks into Cow (heaven forbids!!), Cow would beat him up good and proper. Sometimes, Pole and Cleo would just pass by and smack Bunny for no reason too. It’s just plain bullying.

We were thinking of putting Bunny permanently in the patio, but Bunny bullies Ginger, Vincent and Heidi….sigh.

Difficult, right?

And we only have ten of them!

But Indy’s still the best of them all.

You’re the best, Indy!

You’re a bit crazy at times, but you are THE BEST!

Cow needs anger management therapy, but he can also be very sweet at times. If Bunny stays out too long at the patio, Cow worries too and would start looking for Bunny.


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