Monday, August 31, 2015

The Cutest Twins






Each morning and evening, just like clockwork, out come the twins.  Now I'm really not sure if they are twins or sweethearts, but inevitably, they are together.   Where there's one, the other is not far behind.  Hence, they have been dubbed the twins. 

Spotting them I grab "little zoomer" and tiptoe out the front door trying to be as quiet as a mouse.  Although they've eaten my Black-Eyed Susans down to the ground and totally trimmed all my mounds of Moonbeam that had gone to seed, they are just too cute to chase off.





Now we've become so accustomed to them showing up that if they don't I wonder if something happened to them.  Of course, since the Eagles won't be back until November or December, the bunnies have to watch out for the other raptors that hang around our neck of the woods.

  
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Mosaic Monday

11 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Oh my, they are adorable! Cute images and mosaic! Happy Monday!

TexWisGirl said...

sweet!

Donna said...

Oh I bet they are twins or sibs...so cute!

Pamela Gordon said...

Oh I hope they stay safe! They are pretty cute and maybe next spring you'll have more bunnies in the yard! That could be a bad thing though. Your plants would not be safe!! :)

Ann said...

They are cute. We used to have one living under our shed but I haven't spotted it in quite some time.

Al said...

They are cute. If they're sweethearts you may have many more of them soon!

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

They're definitely cute - because they're in your yard. :-) With no predators our bunny population is exploding.
Thanks for linking to Mosaic Monday JP.

Brenda @ Its A Beautiful Life said...

Oh, what a sweet bunny set of photos. Too cute!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

oh they are just adorable :)

Mimsie said...

How lucky you are to have rabbits visit. They killed off all the animals around Perth. We used to enjoy seeing them as we drove past a local university but they are all dead and gone now. I suppose they were a nuisance in the gardens but there are worse things around than rabbits.
Thank you for sharing the twins with us.

Mimsie said...

How lucky you are to have rabbits visit. They killed off all the animals around Perth. We used to enjoy seeing them as we drove past a local university but they are all dead and gone now. I suppose they were a nuisance in the gardens but there are worse things around than rabbits.
Thank you for sharing the twins with us.

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