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mercredi 30 mars 2011

Sooooooooooooo innocent...................NOT!!!

We managed to rescue the tiniest baby rabbit from Charles le Baron du Breuil this morning who was having a wild time chasing it around the garden. He was most disgusted that we had stopped his fun and the terrified baby escaped through a hole in the fence back to the marsh. For a three legged cat he can be so ferocious!

He disappeared up the stairs sulking and I found him fast asleep in my old wirework chair......................he looked so innocent you would never believe what he had been up to just minutes earlier.


Just Charles and Timothy having a snooze on his favourite cushion.


I managed to rescue Timothy as we had the rabbit!
Timothy went back to his family in the armoire.................
Leaving Charles to dream about what might have been.............

and hopefully the baby rabbit safe with his family too!
A la prochaine..............

5 commentaires:

  1. It's a good job that you are not "Mrs MacGregor" or he may have had to go in the pot!!
    T x

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  2. Noooooooooooooooo!!!! He was adorable!! If Charles has finished him off I would have been gutted!! There is a wonderful street market here every Monday and they sell rabbits to eat, I want to buy them all and liberate them in the fields on the way home!!
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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  3. I think you should be called Lady Tottington (or Totty!) as she saved all the baby rabbits with Wallace and Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
    Charles looks exhausted... but sooooo sweet.
    Abby x

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  4. So glad you managed to save your little country bunny. Unfortunately we couldn't save one at the weekend. I love my cats but don't like what they do sometimes! I feel the same about live animals at the market, just want to free them.
    Isabelle x

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  5. Ah, poor little thing... hope it did survive! xx

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