They were uncooperative, running around wildly instead looking for raisins. (No tricks = No treats!) Supposedly raw pumpkin is good for rabbits as it has a lot of fiber and not much sugar, so after Halloween is over, they will get some chunks. Knowing them, they will want it cooked and pureed.
Flopsie and Mopsie getting raisins as an afternoon treat from their “dad.”
I thought Flopsie was missing this morning but found him in a clump of bushes (one of the few that they have not chewed their way through). He thinks he is well camouflaged and that no one can see him.
Feral chickens drying out on the fence this morning, after yesterday’s non-stop rains from Hurricane Ana. Fortunately there were no strong winds, just the heaviest rainfall we’ve had all year. The rabbits were cooped up on the lanai and not happy.
Rabbits greeting the dawn: Mopsie is on the left and Flopsie is sitting next to his daily ti leaf. He already ate his favorite part, the hard and crunchy stalk.
Flopise ponders whether to make the leap or not. It had been a rainy day and apparently he disliked having wet paws, so he hopped onto a bench. Now he wonders how to get down again….
“Stache,” a one-year old lop-eared rabbit of a fellow co-worker, compliantly wearing her daughter’s glasses. His name is short for “mustache,” because of the band of black fur across his face.