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` Bounce! Bounce!' cried Tom, springing to his feet. ` He has got off by himself,' he thought; ` I suppose I'd better try to catch him and take him home. It won't do to leave him here, perhaps to get trapped.'
By this time the dog had disappeared. A few minutes later, Tom discovered him digging at a rabbit-hole, and knew he had lost his quarry ; he was without a collar, and in a great state of heat.
` I don't know why I should bother to take him home,' Tom muttered, as he stood watching him; ` and I don't suppose he would follow me. Here, Bounce, Bounce!'
But Bounce took no notice. He continued digging, now and again tittering a whine of excitement, and pausing occasionally to sniff into the hole to assure himself the rabbit was still there. Tom searched his pockets and found a piece of string ; he looked at it with a frown.
` I could lead him by this,' he thought, ` but I won't-no, I won't! I won't interfere with him, and I hope-yes, I hope he will stay here for hours, so that his master will think he is lost ! I will mind my own business! I will let the dog go 1 Dig away, Bounce, to your heart's content ! '

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He turned on his heel and walked off. Half an hour later he arrived at home. As he shut the front door behind him, Nellie came downstairs. `Oh, why did you go away?' she cried. ` I'm so sorry you did ! Listen ! You mustn't be angry with Peter Perry any longer! He didn't see you-he couldn't see you, because -oh, isn't it sad?-because he is blind-quite, quite blind!'

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