One paw up he shouted with a slight quiver, “Stop, stop! I ask that you please withdraw and stop kindly!” With a shaky paw he nervously adjusted his glasses with his other paw.
“Well, well,” Samuel hissed. “What is thissssss? A rabbit with the audacity to try and stop me, I seeeee.” Samuel licked his right paw slowly, wiped his fur back against his ear and then daintily sat both paws down to get a good look at the rabbit. The nerve, he thought, the nerve. Obviously, this rabbit had no idea who he was talking to.
For a few seconds the two looked each other up and down until Billy again adjusted his glasses and worked up some bravado to speak.
“Kind, sir. With all due respect, I ask that you please reconsider your plight and spare my life.” Billy lifted his head up in the air and looked straight into Samuel’s eyes to let him know he meant business, even if he didn’t quite feel so confidant of what kind of business that was.