Do you think he heard you? I hope so. Such a cute bunny though. :)
Do you have more where this one came from? So cute!
Looks like he's getting his fill :)
Funny post ! You know it's just like us sitting at the table if u think about it ! Have a wonderful day
you are too cute, Jill. what a cutie, little bunny. have you named him/her yet? i hope your hostas will be safe & sound. i have heard that deer love them. ( :
Yummy...that is one lucky bunny he already has a rabbit's foot and I bet he will also eat a 4 leaf clover.hugs Madi your BFFF
What fun this post was Jill . . . loved it!
What a cute bunny! I live in Rabbittown and have not seen the first one!
Jill, I love rabbits. I had a nest of babies early this spring, but I think the mom moved them so I didn't have the chance to watch them grow. I hope your hosts remain safe. Bonnie
I would have NO plants if not for Liquid Fence (or, as Marshall refers to it: Liquid Stench).
So cute! I have even seen bunnies in my front yard this year.
I would gladly share the bunnys that come to my yard!
Whew! For a minute there I thought we were having rabbit stew.
That's a big bunny! Hope he enjoyed the clover and will leave the hostas alone. :-)
I will leave the clover for the bunnies as Paul is picking up Chinese on the way home. Special birthday treat ;)
They are the cutest things, for sure! They love strawberries too..lol! We have a little fake snake in there now to keep the cute bunnies away! :)Hope your bunny leaves the hostas alone...hostas are so pretty!Have a great evening Jill and hope you're having a great summer so far!Blessings,Tammy
Petunias for dessert?
Awe that is sweet! sandie
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