That is one vicious squirrel.
I’m guessing it was a T. Rex walking on its hands.
Or it is a bear with tiny feet and a squirrel with huge feet. In that case don’t follow the small footprints.
No animals were harmed in the making of this cartoon.
An eagle must have snatched the bear.
Where’s Wiley Miller when you REALLY need him?
They travel in single file to hide their numbers.
♪♫ “Footprints in the Snow” ♫♪ is my favorite Bill Monroe bluegrass song, but it had a happier ending.
Prolly a Honey Badger.
It’s not the size of the animal in the fight as much as it is the size of the fight in the animal.
I’d… uh, I’d stop tracking now, if I were you…
THAT is a poser! :D
Looks like Futuramas’ Nibbler has gone rogue.
A great take on a classic Far Side comic.
This is like Monty Python’s Holy Grail
Bring up the Holy Hand Grenade!
You’ve heard of Bigfoot. Now meet his big cousin Littlefoot.
I’m guessing mongoose
The rare small-footed velociraptor
This would be the time to do what I did when I saw a mountain lion of the trial thirty yards ahead: turn around and slowly leave.
Where’s David Attenborough when you need him?
And he carried the bear off with him.
Quite clearly, the bear dropped his jelly donuts.
Monty, just leave it. Turn around, go home, make some cocoa, and just leave it be. Investigating this further will only lead to bad things.
The rabbit from Monty Python’s Holy Grail movie?
The holy hand grenade? I thought you were bringing it!
Stop following those tracks
It’s not often I’m startled by the outcome of a ’toon. Well done Jim.
Uhh, Wow! Monty, DO NOT follow the tracks of that little killing machine—whether it’s a squirrel, a wolverine, or a honey badger, or anything else! It devoured a bear! It could probably take you in one bite, if it could stomach the taste (pardon the small pun). It’s the little ones that turn out to be the deadliest!
The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog is loose!
It’s not the size of the dog in the fight…
He’s tracking the killer bunny of Caerbannog!