Saturday, April 4

Camera Critters: Easter Bunny



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One day, a few weeks ago, we noticed a bunny living in our front yard. Mostly, it hung out by the bushes but occasionally would come close enough for us to pet it and so we realized it was tame. We supplemented his grassy diet with carrots and he seemed perfectly contact to live in our front yard.

The people across the way had a pet bunny with an obscene name. I can't explain people sometimes. Anyway, the bunny got free and they didn't try to capture it again. I think this bunny and their former bunny is one and the same. We changed the original nasty name to Easter Bunny, or E.B. A couple of times we tried to catch him (we have an empty bunny hutch) but he didn't seem too interested in that.

Just a few days ago, a couple of little girls and mom in tow came to the door to ask if they could try their hand at persuading the bunny to come live in their hutch. Since these weren't the same original owner morons, we said sure. E.B. must like kids because he went along with them.

I was kind of hoping to have E.B. around for Easter but this is okay. I'm sure he's got a much better home now!

5 comments:

Nancy in PA said...

Awww, that is such a nice story - thanks for sharing it! :-) I'm glad EB got a good home!

Gattina said...

What an adorable story and such a cute bunny ! It certainly deserves a nice home !

Nancy Kersey said...

If you can get the bunny in a house with someone or yourself asap that would be great. Bunny isn't used to living outside and having to defend itself against cats, dogs, racoons, etc.

Nancy

Nancy Kersey said...

Please get bunny inside or have someone else take bunny inside. He is not used to having to defend himself against cats, dogs and the weather elements.

Irishcoda said...

Hi Nancy, I sent you an email, please don't worry about E.B. A mom and her two daughters were able to catch him (they asked permission first) and brought him home with them. They renamed him Peter. :)

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