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Old July 18th, 2005, 09:18 AM
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Bunnies

This is not really a question,I am just wondering why we have sooo many Bunnies this summer,I suppose they are hares,did Melanie ship them all the way from Australia???
Anyway,I think they are really cute,but I have never before seen so many..
Yesterday one little guy was lunching on my Pansies in the frontgarden,not that I care,I really regret planting any Pansies..so they can have them they also eat Dandelion leaves and crab-grass,a good alternative to pesticide,which I have not used for many,many years.
But can anyone explain why sooo many bunnies this year??
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Old July 18th, 2005, 09:27 AM
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lol, can't explain it but I don't mind them either. I love to see the bunnies hopping through my garden early morning. We only have two around that I know of.
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