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Rabbits and more rabbits



The resort where we stayed when we went on the holiday had more than 60 rabbits!They would all be let loose on the lawn in the evenings.The kids were delighted.So was I!Can't understand how some people can be cruel enough to hunt these gentle creatures.

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  1. It's amazing to think that if you go back next week, there'll be around 600 rabbits!

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  2. Lovely rabbits :)
    When I was little, I used to go to a little farm and they let me feed the rabbits. I used to get really mad when the big rabbits ate most of what I gave them, because I especially wanted to feed the little ones. They were so cute :)

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  3. Great pictures! I like rabbits, too.

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  4. Wasn't going to mention this and ruin the "warm fuzzy" you have going on the blog, but you know me...When I was 12 I was in Italy visiting my Great Uncle and Aunt. They live on a farm and grow olives and grapes. Anyway, being on a farm they have a lot of animals including rabbits. They were delightful! One day I played and played with those nice rabbits. That night, we had chicken for dinner. I thought it was a little strange all the chicken was dark meat, but whatever, it was delicious! You see where I'm going with this?

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  5. Oh man...you found my weakness, seriously. I LOVE rabbits. We have three. Every time I see another one I want to bring him home.

    Man, I could look at this picture for hours.

    Hey, don't tell anyone about my sensitive side, okay? :)

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  6. Scott would be so not happy with me if I were there because I'd be out on the lawn with the bunnies all night long.

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  7. yeah I too can't understand how some people can be cruel enough to hunt down rabbits.Its meat is hard and doesn't taste as good as chiken

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  8. Katherine,Niall:You wont believe this--the very same thought crossed my mind.I asked Satish "These rabbits wil be multiplying so fast.What do you think they will do with so many?" He gave me a strange look and said "What do you think?"
    Needless to say, I ordered ONLY vegetarian stuff,through out my stay there.A complete vegetarian diet is excellent for getting rid of all the body toxins!

    idream:I'm glad I stuck to vegetarian!

    Rayne: I did the same thing too!I was with the rabbits most of the time:-)

    Devil mood: The baby rabbits are so fast and clever ..and they are SO ADORABLE.Have you watched how they hop sideways and suddenly change tracks?

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