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Weed Wacker

I was taking a walk in the neighborhood taking photos of the bulbs that were showing off, when I spotted something a little different. By now you've probably figured out this entry is about a rabbit, but this is not your ordinary rabbit-it's an inner city rabbit. I came across this guy (or girl) out on a busy street where it was sitting beneath a bush eating the Dandelions. This is the third or fourth wild rabbit I have seen in Chicago in all my years here.

I know in many parts of the country this rabbit is a common sight and pest in gardens but here in my neighborhood it's a rarity. It paused it's lunch to allow me to get up close and be able to take a few pictures of it. I'm impressed by it's presence in my 'hood when I take into consideration the loose cats and dogs that it must have avoided to get this far in life. Seeing it brought out the kid in me and made me want to have a rabbit, especially one that goes around the garden eating weeds.


  1. So you liked the bunny so much you posted him twice?

  2. Now you've made it look like I was seeing double!

  3. Oh those silly wabbits.

    I didn't realize it had posted twice. When I was trying to post it, it wouldn't work so I saved it as a draft and decided to try today. Then I noticed your comment, LOL.

    But to be fair yes, it was double posted.

  4. i like the urban bunnies! i like your blog. keep posting, will come back for more. i haven't been on blogspot for a while. need to get back into it. i like the green theme to yours.

    john, aka twistedtigger at both gardenweb and




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