Thursday, June 10, 2010

For Sale Cheap

we are over run with cute wild Rabbits. They run , jump and act silly there were four playing in the yard. This one stayed for lunch.
we sat on the patio and the Rabbit Whisperer talk to this one then he went in and came back with a carrot

then celery and lettuce. We could have touched hungry Rabbit.


10 comments:

Mildred said...

You have me laughing at the thought of Bennie being the Rabbit Whisperer!!! Looks like that Bunny has a good friend. You have a nice afternoon Patsy.

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Rabbit Whisperer LOL! I know what you are doing. You and the Bennie are feeding them so they won't eat your plants. LOL!

Lynda said...

They are so gorgeous and fluffy ! I bet my 5 year old daughter would just love to try & catch one of them to keep as a pet ;)

Far Side of Fifty said...

Bennie could start his own TV show and be famous! We have not so many rabbits this spring, a fox and a wolf or two and some owls have had a few meals. I miss seeing ours in the yard.
Patsy, no offense was taken taken by your comment concerning Dirt and the Holy Spirit or me sounding like the tapioca lady in that movie...you are way too sweet to offend anyone:)

W. Latane Barton said...

how sweet. Look at the poor little starving bunny. Glad you fed him.

Beautiful pear tree lane said...

Adorable Patsy, and they love to increase so as to take over your place. I know ours are really putting on a show of their new families. lol. Ours like to get under my rosemary bush and have their brood, I think they like the smell of it like I do.Thank you for the most sweetest comment.
Hugs,
Sue

Shelley said...

I love your bunny friends! And I bet they love you!!!

Darla said...

Oh dear! I like bunnies to stay out of my gardens, we spray garlic oil around the it deters them some without harming them.

Annie said...

hmmm, do you really want him in your garden??

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

No rabbits around here, at least I don't think so.

Better the rabbit stayed for lunch, then be lunch...

I bet they love your hosta's.

Jen