Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous
From: Britanny / France
Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life
Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS!
Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure...
Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy
Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs
We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner...
Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...
Oh dear 😦 You did the right thing though. We had a swarm in a tree earlier this year which stayed for a couple of days and then moved on.
But think of all that lovely honey!
We hope that you all bee OK now.
I am more afraid of bees than I am of snakes and spiders and monsters that hide under the bed! And just listening to the Swarm and seeing the Swarm sitting there and reading about all the bee stings has me shivering and I’m so glad I didn’t read this last night before I went to bed because I would have had nightmares. I am so glad the two of you were safe and did not get stung and I hope all those bees are gone gone gone
WOW! We’ve never seen a swarm like that – so many busy bees! Sorry your neighbor, Mom and Dad got stung – That hurts a bunch – good thing you boys were inside. Hopefully all of the little stingers are GONE now. Can’t wait for PART TWO of the BEE adventure!
So sorry about your Dad, Mom, and the neighbor. Glad nobody had an allergic reaction. I do have to say though, your videos and your story about the bees was very interesting. Bees are aggressive little PIAs. SSNS was once attacked by yellowjackets, which are wasps. It terrified me!
Oh, your poor dad and neighbor lady and Mama. But now you see how much they love you boy, that they would risk themselves to keep you both safe We do hope that is the end of the bees for you, and are almost afraid to read your blog tomorrow! XOX Xena and Lucy
Oh dear sweet Twinies, Dad, Mom and Neighbor. Buzzin’ bees in your tree.They did not get the memo about social distancing!?? I’d rather be chased by a bear than a swarm of angry bees. At least I could see the bear.
Obviously the bee GPS was on the blink if they ended up in your yard. I hope no one has periodic nightmares about this experience.
OMD this is awful! Thank doG for the beekeeper. We hope he got them ALL!
Oh crap, that sure is scary. Our Dad would have lit the tree on fire!
Ouch! We’re glad nobody had a severe reaction to the bees. That must have been a very interesting operation to watch the bee keeper catch all of them. We hope they stay out of your yard now.
We had a swarm like that in our gardenia bushes. After a day or two they left on their own. We hope everyone is okay now.
The Florida Furkids
Wow!! That’s almost un-bee-lievable. Yikes. 🐝
HOLY CATS! what a story! That’s good for a horror movie or send the idea to Stephen King! Great thinking to call a bee keeper and great that there was one around. What a crazy thing to happen to such a nice pear tree too! I’d love love love a pear tree. Your yard is so big and pretty, lots of room for two long legged scamps like the twins.
OMG…what a horrible trip through the garden. Let’s hope all those bee-sts are in the box today.
Usually a swarm will not be aggressive, they are just looking for a new home, there is no hive to defend. I am glad you called a beekeeper to come get them! 🙂
Have your dad make a new home for the bees as a DIY project.The bees will die laughing.
Y’all get a gold star for saving and relocating the bees…even if they seem a bit ungrateful
Ouch ! Poor dad ! Paws up for saving those bees ! Purrs
Bloody HELL! I’ve never seen so many bees in my life. That is so scary and I am so sorry that Dad was stung. OUCH!!
WOW – that’s a whole lot of bees!!! We hope the rest of the story has a happy ending but we wonder. . . Poor Dad and neighbor – hope the eyes, ears, and nose are all doing OK.
Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber
Wow ! We hope efurryone is ok. When we skimmed down and saw the picture of your Dad we were going to comment that he is wearing his mask wrong, butt then we read more carefully and realized…
Wow! That is major, major excitement! Your parents were heroes to get you guys to safety like that! We hope your Dad recovers quickly from all those stings. #1 says they hurt!
We had a huge swarm on our hedge a few years back and Eric and Flynn were determined to investigate. I had to also grab them by ass and neck like you were and shut them indoors. I was luckier than your dad and mama and neighbour because I didn’t get stung.
If I get too many stings I blow up like a balloon and need a steroid shot! Glad everyone is ok!
Years ago my mom had a bees nest in the chimney. The beekeeper came and removed the nest then left. That night all the bees came back looking for their queen, they could not find her and got very upset. The house was wall to wall angry bees. Mommy gathered her kids and go out of the house then had a to wait a couple of days to go home to make sure they were all dead.
Ouch. to the max.
Good thing that bee keeper came by…but well, we shall have to wait a bit…
We had a wild swarm in a tree out back, but they were not a bother and this year they are not there at all…*she* was hoping for some honey…but they must have joined up to the neighbour’s hives who tends them just like your bee keeper.
OMG! What a scary day… You did the right thing by calling the bee keeper… This is unbelievable, once we lived this in the village home but they were in our fire place and we called the bee keeper and also a chimney sweeper too…I hope everybody is fine. I am glad your lovely little friends weren’t attacked by bees… I hope they all gone… Stay safe, Love, nia
I would move LOL
OMG! Your poor Dad, Mama and neighbor!!! Glad you boys got inside before those nasty bees could get you!!
EEEEKKKK!! Da Phenny an Da Nelly an Aunty an Unkell wee seen videoss on Youtubey butt to see yore videoss inn yore own backyard was trulee terryfyin’!!
Deer Unkell Mark wee hope you are feelin much bettur now…to get stung inn earss an eyess soundss horribell…LadyMew iss squirmin reedin yore post to mee!! Aunty wee hope yore Okay too!
What a time you had there…..
***purrss*** BellaDharma an ((hugss)) LadyMew too!
Holey Cowkittiness, that must have been scary to have them in your garden. Thank Cat no-one of you were harmed…hope your peeps and neighbour are okay🙏 We have a lot of wasps in our garden this year. Hope not to see this huge amount…Aargh…😸Extra Healing Bee-free Pawkisses for now🐾😽💞
Goodness what a close escape … well not the dad obviously 7 stings is no joke !!
Holy wow, we’re just glad no one was allergic!
oh boy that is not a fun day.
Lulu: “Those bees have an attitude! And the means to back it up!”