Monday, June 11, 2007

Another Little Visitor

This time, I fund a rabbit loitering in my wee... er, lawn. He/she was clearly a per rabbit as he/she was too handsome/beautiful to be wild. The rabbits I've seen around here are all grey and brown with white fluffy tails and are usually smaller and leaner. This rabbit was big, plump and had a chestnut brown color. Also, although it hopped away from me, scurrying under my fence into my backyard, it let me get closer than local wild rabbits do. At one pint, I got up very close--about two feet from it.

I set some dog food and water, along with some carrot sticks and left it to hang out in my yard. If it's there tomorrow, I'll decide what to do with it. It has to be a pet, but neither of my next door neighbors has any rabbits. Maybe the neighbors behind me.

Seems like all our pets are getting sick and that all of us then get visitations from other animals.


Donita said...

I can give you some rabbit pellets to set out for it. Dog food, um, not so much.

But if you do manage to catch it, DON'T BRING IT OVER HERE!!!! AAAIIEEEEE!!!!!!

Donita said...

Rats. my e-mail is acting up again. Yes, you can borrow the truck. Call me.

Also, I just noticed I gave you an empty Janet Klein box. Oops.

vivage said...

if you want the rabbit, get some timothy hay. also, my friend kim says her 2 rabbits love, love, love triskets.

yes, we are all being visited by new animals. means we're all living good karma with animals i think.

Brother Atom Bomb of Reflection said...

I'm not sure I want a rabbit. I don't want t build a cage. I don't want to buy a cage. I don't want pet responsibilities.

Donita said...

Is it good karma or a freakin' invasion?

Jeff, you are wise. I'm up to my eyeballs in pet responsibilities.

vivage said...

save your pet responsibilies for a new puppy. a cute puppy. in say about 10 to 12 weeks.