These hot days, says Bun Bun,
Why, there is a fine breeze in my upstairs room said Fiona.
Who cares, said penny. Dig a hole like I do. Holes are cool. Good thing Henny built a secure fence or I might be right out with the wild bunnies. Hey, I know a secret, said Penny. There really is a wild bunny who lives just up the hill by the old shed where the tools are kept...
Pshaw! said Bun Bun. Are you sure about that?
Sure I'm sure. Look for yourself...
I was watching one day said Penny, when Miss Ann pulled in the driveway. It was about three weeks ago. She tooted the horn for Henny to come out. Then Miss Ann gave Henny a shoe box and there was a baby rabbit inside...
Miss Ann said her dog caught the baby rabbit and brought it up on their porch.
Seriously, friends, I am caring for a wild baby bunny. I am not trying to tame the bunny, just take care of it until it is old enough to turn loose. Most wild bunnies that are caught, die from shock or fear, but this one is eating and growing and doing good.
Inside the pen is a little brush pile and also a little straw hutch for the bunny to hide. Late afternoon, there is clover, hay, kale, apple peelings, and rabbit pellets put inside. During the night time, the bunny comes out to eat and play.
A silly little post, I know, so thank you for visiting.