Watership Down

Greeting loyal readers and fellow maremmas   This morning, daddy happened to glance out of the dinning room window and what should he spy on the front lawn.  Why, it was two rabbits having a feast on mummy’s roses.  So, of course he had to take some photos. Mummy says take no notice of the weeds around the rose bushes.  She is planning on moving them, when she can be bothered as she thinks they are planted in the wrong place. It gets very wet there on the lawn and roses do not like getting their feet wet.

IMG_3831IMG_3829IMG_3828IMG_3826IMG_3825And what were Me and Nellie doing while these rabbits were out and about in the front garden?  Why, We were doing our usual maremma morning activity.  Taking a pre-morning dinner nap.

IMG_3790We might get up and chase some rabbits after We get our morning dinner.  Love Nellie and Jasper, the two bestest maremmas in all the land.

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5 Responses to Watership Down

  1. Rabbits are fast. Best to save your strength and catch a nap before taking them on. Smart doggies…

    Love and licks,
    Cupcake

  2. we have a lot of rabbits too, I always try to get one. Butt while I ponder which one will I grab they are out and about… I need a better hunting technique :o)

  3. Kismet says:

    Why is it that rabbits eat the good stuff and not the weeds?

  4. Our problem is not pesky rabbits but very pesky squirrels. Any body know how to repel the nasty critters?

  5. Two French Bulldogs says:

    BOL over here the reindeers eat all uncles garden
    Lily & Edward

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