Go ask Alice!

Anyone lose a bunny? I found a domestic rabbit in the marsh near my house!

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Scared bunny.

My neighbors and I have canvassed the neighborhood, and I posted a notice in the town center, but still no takers. So, I’ve named him Hazel, after the hero of Watership Down by Richard Adams, and he will be staying with us from now on.

Hazel enjoying his daily snack.

Hazel, enjoying his daily snack.

My nephew’s amazing better half donated a hutch, food dish, nesting hay, and water bottle. (Thank you Holly!) And a close friend brought him an indoor playpen. Even Sparky has taken a liking to him–the two of them enjoying daily romps in the basement.

Howdy!

Howdy!

Should someone show up at my door asking about him, they’ll have to fight me for possession. Hazel is a member of our family now. Blessed be :}

Oh yeah, where did I come up with the name for this post? It comes from an old song by Jefferson Airplane, White Rabbit. Enjoy!

 

 

About tinthia

Wondering, searching, and wandering, I'm a single mother with a desire to get it right in my lifetime. The flow of the river feeds my inner goddess and fuels my soul. Blessed be. :}
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