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May the sea glisten like the greenstone
And may the glimmer of summer dance across your pathways

Tuesday, October 19, 2010

We call them ---The bunny mafia

We have five semi-tame rabbits who won't let us step outside without handing out treats. LOL
Picture this, we mince along with tiny steps, (so we won't trip over a bunny) while the rabbits hop and frolic around, and over our feet as we try to walk to the spot where we place torn slices of bread for their pleasure. I started feeding the rabbits away from the house, so I would not run over one of them as I backed out my car.

Now who could resist this poor starving bunny? *chuckle*

My vegetable garden has to be fenced, but that does not stop our bunny friends from waiting at the gate, hoping for a handout when I am working inside.

My flower gardens are also neatly fenced.

"Psst! there she is, do you think we can get her to give us a treat?"

Me beg? I am just sitting here looking cute!

"Sheesh! I am just soaking up a little sun, I wouldn't think of begging"

8 comments:

Diana (Di) said...

Lol, starving? not. They are cute aren't they and interesting how domesticated they seem to have become. The garden looks good fenced in by the way.

Northern Shade said...

The bunnies are so cute looking... and so hungry. I bet there won't be just 5 in the bunny gang next year.

There was a rabbit eating one of the weeds in my lawn one day, and I thought that was great, eat all the weeds you want. Then it turned around and starting munching off one of my bulb flowers. Then I shouted and stomped for it to leave, but it just sat here. I guess it could tell I was secretly an animal lover.

Wow, thats a busy garden said...

The bunnies are adorable! They look like they get plenty to eat! What a fun part of nature you have in your yard. Annie

meemsnyc said...

OMG,they are so cute. How adorable that they wait for you to give them treats!

Kalipso said...

they are adorable creatures but can make great damage to crop and plants. Though, you have found the way to deal with it.
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Balisha said...

I've never seen them so tame. Waiting at the gate for a treat...priceless. Balisha

dinzie said...

Very Cute Piccs :O) Rather around your protected Patch than mine though :O)

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Rosey said...

I kept thinking of the children's story, The Velveteen rabbit as I read about your bunnies prancing around. The bunnies are cute!
Have a good trip to AZ, my birthplace!