Thursday, August 25, 2011

Little Bunny Foo-Foo

Tucker finds great delight in chasing the bunnies in his yard.

The bunnies take greater pleasure in eluding him.
Little Bunny Foo-Foo finds refuge in a four-inch drain in the yard.

But what will happen when Little Bunny Foo-Foo isn't so little anymore?


  1. I could spend the day watching animals...forget tv.

    Re: comment on TTIAR...great rhyme. No, I don't talk like that all the time. Just comes out in Things in a row. Thanks. Still can't reply to your comments, I hope you don't mind me coming here to answer.

  2. Loved the bunny foo-foo rhythm, used to have fun with it as kids and - BOP - was the key word lol!

    That bunny better learn to avoid the BOP like we did, or he will become little bunny food-food!!

  3. aww...bunnies are so sweet! Ella and Carlie Jean chase them too, but never manage to catch. I'm not sure they'd know what to do if they did catch one!

  4. Ten or twelve years ago, my visiting friend & I spent an afternoon at the beach at Hunting Island. A bunny came out of the woods and approached us. Obviously, the bunny was very hungry, so we fed it peanutbutter crackers and sent Bacot to catch it. On his second visit, he finally succeeded in catching the bunny, which someone must have released once it grew after the Easter holiday. The bunny was adopted by one of the techs at the vet's office. Within the last month, Bacot learned that Cosmos is doing well and very much loved by this adopters. Yes, some bunny stories have a happy ending!



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