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Old 04-21-2012, 06:21 PM
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Talking Bunnies free-ranging *super pic heavy, but cute too*

WE HAVE A FENCE!!! AT LONG LONG LAST.

It was actually to keep Katy in, but of course, it works for bunnies too! They had so much fun. I'm even more in love with Arran now, he is the most adorable thing when he runs, its like someone pulled his string, then let him go!

Islay is the black and white one, Jura is the light brown one, and Arran is the little dwarfy.


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr

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Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


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Old 04-21-2012, 06:23 PM
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"If I suck it in, and stand up tall, I might just pass for a daffodil"

Bunnies first time free-ranging in the garden by Niseag, on Flickr


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Bunnies free-ranging by Niseag, on Flickr


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Bunnies free-ranging by Niseag, on Flickr


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Yeah, I know my grass is grossly overgrown...I nearly lost the piggies in it yesterday

Newly bonded Gizmo and Ringo! by Niseag, on Flickr
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Adorable! I still laugh that you have greyhounds and rabbits.
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:29 PM
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Adorable! I still laugh that you have greyhounds and rabbits.
I know! So many people ask me how, but its just always been the way. Hounds came before I was born, rabbits came along when I was 2. I've always had them together, and not one has been eaten

But this was torture to Lucy. She had her head poking out of the cat flap the entire time the rabbits were running around in front of her.
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:47 PM
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Way to cute!! Lucky buns you have there!
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Old 04-21-2012, 06:48 PM
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Teehee! I love these pictures. If I had a fence that could hold bunnies I'd seriously consider getting one.
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Oh I love them. I can't wait to get a rabbit again one day. Their illegal here though and Mum has a rule against getting other pets the dogs will want to eat.
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Old 04-21-2012, 07:30 PM
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OoOO I just love them, they are all so cute and happy looking!!!

You've got to be a good person in a past life to come back as one of your bunnies I bet! lol



Oh and I just wanna hug Islay so bad!! BUNNY!!!
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