It was never the same in Tiger's Woods after the hunt and the terrible things that happened to the foxes. Afterwards all the wild animals got together to hatch out a plot to insure the safety of the poor little orphan foxes Nip and Tuck. Meet Blodwyn who is one of a large family of rabbits; as in some families there is a bad apple -- in this case there are three. They are known as the Gang of Three and they quite enjoy tormenting Blodwyn to amuse themselves. Blodwyn is a little bit slow and doesn't always see the funny side of his many injuries. Meet Mona who's very fussy about her appearance, and Granddad who appears to be very knowledgeable but sometimes get things wrong, and a few others besides. Anyone with a warped sense of humour or a few screws loose from age seven to seventy should enjoy reading this book as much as the authors enjoyed writing it. "If any of the characters portrayed in this book just happen to have the same names as my family and friends, it is a pure coincidence", says Ben Fuller. And Christopher Fuller says: "This author is actually a nutcase, and I am sure you will see this reflected in the book."