Tiny baby rabbit

Can you see it?

I don’t know if you remember, but I mentioned rabbits living right outside of my apartment in a recent post. Recently a new member of their family has started appearing in the grass. It is really tiny, and it spends all day munching on the grass running around. Whenever Greger comes out the door, the little rabbit runs and hides into its hole. It’s unbelievably cute when it jumps around the lawn and you see the fluffy white tail.

Zoomed in

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4 Responses to Tiny baby rabbit

  1. Laura says:

    Adorable! I love rabbits. I see a little one from my dining room window often. There’s also a whole family in a city building near my house.

    Very random, but if you love rabbits you should read “Watership Down”. Its an epic story about a rabbit warren and their battles with another rabbit warren fighting for territory and females. (I never imagined a book with rabbits as main characters could be so interesting!)

    • Antonia says:

      Thanks for your book tip, Laura! Although, I can only read it if there are no sad rabbit stories there:) I very sensitive like that:)

      • Laura says:

        Hm…no, there’s some of that. :( (There is a rabbit war after all)

        (My first comment posted twice?! D’oh!)

  2. Laura says:

    Adorable! I love rabbits. I see a little one from my dining room window often. There’s also a whole family in a city building near my house.

    Very random, but if you love rabbits you should read “Watership Down”. Its an epic story about a rabbit warren and their battles with another rabbit warren fighting for territory and females. (I never imagined a book with rabbits as main characters could be so interesting!)

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