Whippets like to rest up and watch out the window for passing bunnies.

The story of the whippet is often told in England in the pubs and pastie shops of Upper Brunswichshire. The story of the English whippet is famous throughout the British Isles, as told on the heath. For when the whippet tales are told on the heath the bunnies all cock their pink furry ears and watch the horizon for the splinter-fast racing form of the bunny-murdering hunter known as the whippet.

Oh the horror!

For the whippet can calculate the triangulated distances in the English distances of the Scottish plains along the coast of the Isle of Man. Hungry though the speedster may be, there is no whippet in Wales.