Northeast Ohio has a feisty bunch of black squirrels. If one feels harassed, will jump at you with razor teeth. Their antics were often watched from the wooded back porch together with a frosty-snout dog wanting to chase. One squirrel in particular with white feet and half a tail was a damned bully. It used to rob and horde acorns and chestnuts from the rest. Black squirrel councils were convened to squeak about the bully's heinous crimes against squirreldom. The old dog on the porch offered its services to eat it. But the black bully only chattered its chuckles from an overhead branch. An eagle swooped and caught it in its talons, pecking at its stubborn black head to put its eyes out as it flew off to feed it to its eaglets.
Put in an Eaglet’s Mouth