Thursday, August 21, 2014

IT Lives

Leaving a trail of devastation, it had been here earlier judging by this little pile of...

STUFF



The Pansies in the planters...

mowed down!


The Johnny Jump-Ups...

slaughtered!


And my Lupines...

reduced to severed stalks!
And now as I wandered around the yard taking in more ruination, I spotted IT.



Lurking...there in the tall grass on the 
other side of the fence.



There IT was.

Yes, IT lives!!!



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28 comments:

Stewart M said...

Ah! Peter Rabbit has a lot to answer for!

Our vegetables suffered a similar fate this summer, only at the hands of a different animal!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Delores said...

We had a junior sized one of those in the back yard yesterday...so young it didn't appear to realize it should be afraid of the two legged creatures on the deck. The whole time we were out there it hopped around and nibbled. I guess my pussy willow bushes will be doomed again this winter.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

I guess I can be thankful that the bunnies have enough to eat in the summer here and leave my flowers alone. But the winter is a different story when they prune the shrubs right back.

georgettesullins said...

Was the culprit a bunny or a deer? Methinks it was a fawn judging by the nose.

Monkeywrangler said...

Bunnies tend to regret coming into my back yard...with 3 large dogs, one of whom would love nothing more than to have a rabbit to chase, the bunnies tend to vacate the back at a high rate of speed!

TexWisGirl said...

made me smile. little varmint! mine continue to mow down my morning glories. grrr...

Cranberry Morning said...

Good grief, that must be one hungry critter. He needs Rabbit Chow. :-) My German Shepherd loved rabbits.

EG CameraGirl said...

UH OH! How lucky that rabbit is to be still alive. :)

bj said...

"...and there were 4 little rabbits and their names were Flopsy, Mopsy, CottonTail and Peter."
hahhaa...cute little rabbit but know he is driving you crazy.
Good post.

Sandra said...

It is so cute and glad IT is still alive. yesterday our IT knocked down 5 big avocados...

Frank said...

Ouch!! I'm glad we don't have that problem.

Florida Farm Girl said...

Oh, I was expecting a deer!! Yeah, the bunnies can wreak havoc, too.

bailey-road.com said...

Cute little critter hiding in the tall grass. They can be destructive though.

Carola Bartz said...

Rabbits, deer - they're all the same. Sigh.

eileeninmd said...

The bunny looks so innocent are you sure? Cute post and I love bunnies!

Ginny said...

A rabbit?? No kidding, the damage looked like deer! Who could guess that one little rabbit could do all this, he is a bottomless pit!

Ann said...

oh no, IT has been a very bad bunny

Felicia said...

oh no.....he's just a little guy too.

sorry about all your flowers eaten.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Aww, cute bunny.

Stephanie said...

Bad wabbit! But he is cute.

ladyfi said...

That small cute bunny sure can wreak havoc!

Karen S. said...

Well they do get hungry too! I planted a few things to discourage deer and bunnies from eating my goodies. Great photos even after dinner!

MorningAJ said...

That's a shame. But I guess if you have nature you have pests! He's a cute pest. :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Our dogs usually eat the evidence left behind by those criminals....

Rambling Woods said...

Our buns eat the clover I grow.....but during the winter, times get tough and other things get eaten

eileeninmd said...

Hi, Just stopping back to say thank you for linking up your post to my critter party.. Enjoy your weekend!

Marie said...

Uh oh! Caught in the act!

Janice Adcock said...

Why do they never eat the weeds?

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