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They are both adorable, Allison. I love the fuzzy ears.My daughter had a rabbit when she was young and kept it in her room until it eat the phone wire.. no phone! Hubby then built a hutch in the back yard.hugs xoxoPam
I love it! He's darling!
I love that last shot! She's in capri's too...lucky girl. They were selling baby bunnies over at Tractor Supply along with the baby chicks. I kept eying them up, I know if we had the grandkids with us we would have brought one home.
I had a cage we moved arounf the yard to keep my girls bunnies in. Often they put them in the fenced in garden, fenced with rabbit fence of course.
My daughter loves bunnies and would be giving this one lots of kisses.
What cute shots!He's soo cute!Have a great day!
What a great photo to start the day! He is such a cutie. Thanks for making me smile this morning.
he's really growing! glad he's getting lots of run-a-round time. :) now if dawn could just come over and join him... :)
Oh, what a cute baby! The smile on your daughter's face is precious! :)
Yep. Coming over.I cannot BELIEVE your lawn. It's just lovely. Like a beautiful, soft, warm carpet just waiting or my bare feet....ahhhhhhh:)Thank you:);)
So sweet! It looks so warm there too! Now guess whos going to ask for a bunny....I better not let them see this post:)
That is adorable. How fun you have a little bunny. And who says you can't hop through the grass? ;)
Buttercup is a real beauty of a bunny! When my kids were small we had a mini lop called Whiskers. Your grass is so green and lush.
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