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Great shot! We used to have a bunny in Howell Str. too. We named him Browni! Now we have many bunnies here... and... still LOTS of snow!!! Cdga has nothing compared to us up here in the mountains!!!
I know. I heard all about it from my high elevation friends and saw your pictures. Typical of our town.
Awwww... I want a picture of a bunny! But I'm afraid the only bunny that I've seen around here was attacked by a cat and had to be put out of his misery. :( The cat moved away so maybe this summer there will be another bunny!
I saw that bunny when I took Allen home last Thursday but by the time I got my camera it was gone.Hmmmm, Shelly.... I wonder who that bad kitty belonged to... It didn't happen to be orange with a black dot on its leg, did it?
We've had lots of bunnies around here lately. I don't know where they've been all winter. Do they hibernate?
Waaah, I want to move to the country!
Bunnies typically do not hybernnate. I saw evidence in my yard during the winter that he was around. They are probably like the rest of us...stay home and keep warm in the winter.
Bunnies in peoples yards are a real novelty to me (the Oregonian). We just don't have them out here. I loved seeing them when we visited Nebraska and Missouri on our travels. But Denis tells me to be glad we don't have them since they like to wreck havoc with your garden plants.
Every morning when we drive down the driveway to the bus a couple bunnies hop across the drive. They are so funny. Back and forth, back and forth. I remember the bunny from Howell St., too. I tried to feed him carrots and he wouldn't eat them, only lettace! Yet, the cartoons act like rabbits love carrots! I guess that's TV for you.... Very cute picture.
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