i would love to kiss that sweet little face with all those whiskers. precious bunnies
Awwww, what a sweet bunny. Unless he is eating your garden....Does Banjo like to watch the bunnies? Hobbes likes to chase one across the street lately. I don't think he really wants to catch him--it's all about the chase.
They're adorable, though not so fun to have if you're trying to garden. LOL.
Your garding will be hopping this year!
Such cute bunnies, bet they do a lot of damage to your garden. Hope you have a great week. :)
No bunnies? Why not - lol!! sandie
That's a precious one!
Hi There, I'm trying to begin catching up -after being gone for a week. George took me out to dinner yesterday for Mother's Day--and when we pulled back into the yard after dinner, there was one of YOUR bunnies in OUR yard... How did he find his way all of the way down to Tennessee??? ha ha haHugs,Betsy
I'm sure your garden is a lovely place to be, you always have cute special visitors! And this little one posed for you! :)
A lovely crop it is, too!
oh my gosh! the sweetest thing i've seen today!
This little one looks right at home here!! These are wonderful photographs Catherine!
Yup! And I've heard they multiply like--well--rabbits!
Those are some sweet looking bunnies. Hopefully those sweet bunnies don't eat your plant garden!
They're growing like weeds in my yard too--I guess your Calico bunny isn't?
So sweet rabbit !! are they growing in your garden ???...hahahaahaha!!..liefs Ria...xxx...
how cute, lovely rabbit :)
Oh I want a bunny! He looks so soft! If you figure out how to grow bunnies, let me know!
Oh how cute!! Yes, looks like you don't need to plant new bunny :-) I love your garden!!
No don't plant bunnies, plant carrots!! That particular bunny looks very well fed, or perhaps he is still wearing his winter fur. XO
aw, how sweet it is. You sure do know how to grow them there. I hear they spread rapidly though :)
Mr. Bunny, aka Jack hasn't been around in my or the neighbour's yard for awhile. Maybe he migrated? Probably not, as this little guy is too small to be Jack - I miss him where ever he went. Won't miss him so much after I get my plants in, lol!
OMGoodness! That is the sweetest thing! You get the best shots!Happy Spring, my friend!
Ah, those are the sweetest pictures ever.
those are some precious looking bunnies! looks like you already have plenty growing. :)
They are so cute but I know they eat everything!
So I was just wondering who will eat more from your garden? what a cute little fella.. Hugs~
Awww ..but they are so cute aren't they? ....I have one or two that like to hang out in my yard too...and some years the Mommy leaves tiny babies in my yard...whichi s a lot of work for me.... a Godmother's job is to protect! I have to ward off birds, cats, dogs...and just be watchful I don't mow too close to where they are hiding under a tree or shrub.... oh, a lot of work.... I hope she puts them all on the golf course this year....
Cute, Catherine, they are so sweet !Nice evening,Sylvia
cute little bugger but they eat everything you DON'T want them to eat!!
Hah, I love it! and I don't need to plant any either...we have one who loves to nibble on my asiatic lilies--what's up with that!
I love it! it is too good this rabbit. Catherine beautiful your photos. At home, the rabbits come when there is nobody. good evening. Biz. CricriCat
Wow fantastic photos Catherine!How lucky you are to have such a beautiful bunny come visit!Hope you're having a good week.Kay :)
what a delightful post!i love bunnies and those are so cute!terrific shots! thanks for sharing:)
They are so cute! We have one living under an old wheelbarrow, on our property. I love bunnies!
So beautiful. Absolutely amazing. Have a great week. Greetings from Romania
Hi Catherine....I am back in blogland and just let you know that I love your new post! so sweet....x
Such a cutie. WE had our first bunny last year ... he was so small and cute and hung around for at least a month but then we saw him no more.
awwwwww!!!! I have never ever seen a rabbit in the wild. I saw my first porcupine, the other night, but no wee little sweet rabbits. sigh.That's why I keep my own in my kitchen - he's veeeeeeeery, VEEEEEERRRRRYYYY wild. (Not! =})Did you know that rabbits go bananas for bananas? Love 'em!!! =]
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