Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Wild or Pet?

Deb:

What had caught our attention was a small brown bunny munching at a green patch beside the driveway. Most of the wild bunnies I’d seen were short-haired, lean, with pointed little faces. This bunny’s head was round, unusual for a wild bunny, and its fur seemed longer than normal. Could this be someone’s pet who had escaped? My mind whirled with questions. What should I do?

7 comments:

CrazyBunnyLady said...

Wild bunnies usually have some white on their tails. Not that this information helps you now.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

See if it is hungry??????

Glenna said...

Uh oh. How cute! A friend for Freckles!

Jan's Funny Farm said...

wow. Such tension. We can't wait to find out which it is -- wild or a lost pet.

furrybutts said...

Ray looks like a domestic bunny to me..

Ooh, what are you going to do? Take him in? How exciting!

RoadBunner said...

I vote for domesticated rabbit (of the possible untamed variety!)

the fluffies said...

Maybe u can take him in.. How Freckles find this bunny?