~ Image, courtesy of a family member ~
Many thanks to “Anon” for allowing me to share this fun capture 🙂
Bunnies are so cute and pretty pheasant 🙂
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Bunnies are cute, although they can be all-claws if you try to hold them. I used to keep rabbits and the baby ones had claws like needles! Pheasants that are used to people, can be so tame that they will eat out of your hand.
A lovely sight to see. 😃
I think they are feeling extra safe in gun-free territory!
So sweet…Bunnykins would like to be out there with his cousins I’m sure… 🙂 xxxx
He wouldn’t last a minute, your sweet, innocent Bunnykins. Foxes have very sharp teeth and your little house-trained rabbit will live a much longer, happier life being cossetted by his human family 🙂 xxxx
Yes, you are absolutely right! Poor Bunnykins…and after the sight we saw recently at Exmoor Zoo of a panther eating a rabbit, whole and in it’s entirety, I am quite traumatised at just the very thought of him being anywhere near the great outdoors!!! xxxx
Too right. Nature can be savage in the fight for survival. Give Bunnykins a stroke from me. xxxx
Ahh…I did and he wiggled his nose and did a little leap of joy in the air 🙂 xxxx
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