Greener Grass This Side (Come Get It)

Frankie has an offer for the rabbits in the field – we have greener grass on this side of the fence. How many rabbits fell for it?

Here, Bunny, Bunny. Greener grass on this side of the fence.

Here, Bunny, Bunny. Greener grass on this side of the fence.

Frankie Suave loves his observation post. Shelter from any falling precipitation by the covered porch. Ceiling fans providing a gentle breeze on warm summer days (yes, we are spoiled). Air circulating under the deck provides a cool spot to relax.

And, of course, a great view of the field and all of the rabbits cavorting about. Unlike his little brother, Typhoon, Frankie doesn’t go crazy to hunt the rabbits, but he wouldn’t mind if one hopped over to say hi.

Time to nap and dream of bunnies.

Time to nap and dream of bunnies.

2 Comments

  1. Juno's mom on April 19, 2018 at 12:38 pm

    A doe had babies under my deck. I’ve always tried to keep them out, but this one snuck in. I get a lot of wildlife, (maybe because I don’t use and toxins in my yard.) Now I have to keep an eagle eye out. Darn bunnies!

  2. Laura Yager on April 19, 2018 at 6:28 am

    Frankie those Bunnies are slick little creatures….they’ll tease you, but I wouldn’t count on them stopping by for a chat, or a chase! You look handsome waiting on them though, you suave boy!

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