I quite agree with you Glenda. The more smiles the better and that’s what these cute creatures make most of us do. BTW, yesterday’s bunneh sure found an idyllic spot amongst the flowers and rocks. He’s quite well camouflaged really!
I agree. Keep the bunny pics coming. It is true about the lettuce – I almost lost a guinea pig recently because she had a fad on lettuce – it was the only fresh food she would eat. She got lethargic and stopped eating altogether. I then found out that although you can give them a little, it does contain something that if eaten in quantity is poisonous to rabbits and guinea pigs. I stopped giving her any fresh food at all and just gave her dried food. She recovered and is now fine.
I have now got a bunny just like smokey. My son’s girlfriend went on a hen night and found a little baby in the university campus. She brought it home and the rest is history. We put it up overnight but refused to let it go to the RSPCA when they were able to take it. One more small mouth to feed hehe.
Keep the bunney pics Glenda they are great. I love it when the rabbits stretch out, we joke that we could use our rabbit as a draft excluder when he does this. Just to let you know bunnies shouldn’t be fed lettuce, apparantly if they eat too much it can act as a poison, we were told this when we went to buy our bunny. It sounds completley daft as we always think of rabbits then carrots and lettuce but hold the lettuce.
Keep the Bunnies coming ! – the only chance I get to see them normally is munching on the grass verges as I drive by in the early morning or late evening, or sometimes hopping round the fields as I drive by – so to see your furry friends so relaxed and carefree is a joy to me – Thank you for sharing.
Obviously it goes without saying how much I / we appreciate the glimpses you give us into your creative and crafty world also – but thanks again anyway.
Take care – hope you are ALL well.
Lovely pics Glenda. I love it when they stretch out like this. They only do it when they feel safe. One of my wild bunnies has started taking food out of my hand in the last week, I have discovered she has a real weakness for sesame crispbreads!! So much so, she runs up the garden every time we open the front door now and sits giving us very pleading looks!!
I certainly won’t shoot you Karen, you are entitled to your opinion, but so far the post about Smokey eating Leylandii has had more page views than both recent free downloads combined. I don’t know how long you have been reading the blog, but I did ask a while ago if I should stop the bunny photos and the overwhelming response was an emphatic no.
I figured if I’m too busy to have anything craft related to share, I can at least aim to share the smile that the bunnies bring to my face when I see them.
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