I'm thinking rabbits are amazed by the generosity of humans and how nicely they lay out bunny dinners - lol! The neighbors in our old neighborhood still lament the loss of the mighty hunter Stripey who kept the gardens rabbit/rodent free.
Would it not be environmental to permit bunny 2 roam free in the house? Just an option. Ask the gekkos their view.
Oy boy, oh boy a wild one. But he is not blue - that frightens me. And oh my goodness, Kelly has had 2 bunnies and we let them roam but they destroyed everything they sniffed. Leather sofa, yep. Leather purse, yep. Books, yep. Clothes, yep. Wallpaper, yep. Peed on bed, yep. Repeatedly!Next time we'll get a specially dedicated bunny roaming room.
So cute that it's hard not to love 'em. How'd it get in the fence?
Crafty little buggers aren't they?? Did they burro under the fence? That's what they did at my house. My wiener dog tries his darnedest to catch them but his little legs don't stand a chance to a racing rabbit.
woooo, don't let mr mcgregor find out about this! or they'll be rabbit pie for dinner!
Oh the lengths my dad has gone to to keep the rabbits out of his tomato plants. This one looks like one crafty bunny.
We had a nest of them once.
Oh no!Have you read the children's book, Muncha Muncha Muncha? This picture reminds me of it.
That's so iritating. We work so hard to plant and tend and they clean us out in one night!
They always find a way don't they? :(
He looks like you scared the poop out of him!
Bunnies bless their little hearts.Well they have to survive too. They make great watch dogs if kept in a aquarium. They thump when some one trespasses into your yard and its loud enough to hear in the house.
This works...I think I may have mentioned this before.Moth Balls...Sprinkle between the plants, Bunnies hate them.Try it....G
Thor - our dog is obsessed over the rabbit in our yard, seriously obsessed. if he traveled better I would offer to lend him to ya... but as it is he would show up looking like Cujo because he hates traveling.
Least it's a healthy pest...
Yikes - what country are you from, lol?? This does not look like one of Walt Disney's...
Listen everyone...I've just seen the latest National Enquirer, with a front page candid photo of Mama Zen caught red handed dining on the bunny family's carrots ...INside their bunny compound. Oh, the surprised look on her face!
Ooooh...That Wascally Wabbit!
see that's why I don't bother with a garden....yeah, that's why...
Silly wabbit, greens are for...us vegetarians!peace,mikelivelife365
Cheeky wee thing. He thinks he's the real Peter Rabbit and you are Mrs. McGregor!
is that a hare?? a pet?? a pet-to-be?? or just visiting....
I'm amazed that this little guy stayed still long enough for you to snap a picture. He is cute though, but sorry bout those beans.
Aww - Peter Rabbit without the jacket! I'm amazed he made it in the fence...
OMG! What nerve!So far I've only caught slugs in my garden. But I know there is soemthing bigger that thinks I've planted a free all you can eat buffet.
Did you manage to shoot the rabbit with a gun as well as a camera?We have a real problem with rabbits, which is why I don't attempt to grow anything in it at all. Yeah right.
Uh-oh - I think someone is in trouble!
I feel your pain. I just caught a bunny feasting on my strawberry plants today. I need to do something to keep them away.
oh no! we have rabbits but so far haven't been a problem in our garden.
Uh-oh!! Perhaps he thinks you put them there, just for him!
That is some serious fence and yet that damned rabbit still got in? Ugh.One year we had groundhogs. Not easy to get rid of.
Oh, beautiful to me. I sometimes find little kids eating my figs. Adorable, I feel they should be shared. Promoting good bowel health on my block. ~Maryps popped over from Francesca's blog.
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