Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Kick Back And Relax

Literally, in this rabbit’s case.


I spotted this cute and amusing sight on one of our recent neighbourhood walks. This little critter didn’t seem to have a care in the world. I didn’t stick around to find out but I imagined that if a dog walked by, those little legs would be working overtime as idle bunny hightailed it out of there!

Have a lovely Tuesday, blogging pals.

30 comments:

  1. that is the most relaxed I've ever seen a bunny ... we have one in the yard but it needs to keep one eye out for my daughter who thinks it is adorable... thus runs toward it wanting to pick it up. Never the two shall meet I'm afraid

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  2. he does look like a lazy bunny. Hopefully he doesn't have to worry about predators

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  3. normally they never hang around for any length of time, I hope it wasn't injured?

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  4. It's enjoying the feel of the grass against its tummy!

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  5. What a cutie and you are right, a dog would send it scampering indeed!

    betty

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    1. I've no doubt this little critter didn't stick around for too long. We've got a few dogs in the neighbourhood.

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  6. everyone's enjoying the weather, lol.

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  7. You're right . these little guys put things in overdrive when a dog appears. Actually they hear the dog long before it's there.

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    1. That is so right! They're always on the alert like that.

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  8. That is one relaxed bunny! Cute pic.

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  9. Oh those 'rabbit-days' of summer, maybe?

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  10. Love that shot.

    I was out walking the pups recently and there was a big-ass bunny just on the edge of the yard, but thankfully, the bunny was smart enough not to move - and we all made it out alive.

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    1. hahahaha...I love how you recite this story! Yup, that was a smart decision on the bunny's part.

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  11. Ha! Great shot--I don't know if I've ever seen a rabbit so relaxed!

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    1. They do that quite a bit around here, especially in my garden!

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  12. How do you do it Martha, even hare stopped to pose for you?

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    1. Bribery. Or tranquilizer darts. Both work well :)

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  13. Adorable!!! I need to get back over here soon and catch up on all your posts! See you later!

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    1. These bunnies are so very cute. Come back whenever you can. No pressure!

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