Not Mr. McGregor's Garden


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Susie said…
He's so sweet! Did you find him in your garden? (and where is Mom?)
xo
Amanda said…
Awwwwww!! Your garden? Is he in dad's hands?
Awww, WAY too cute! Sweet shot. :D
Gattina said…
Oh my is that sweet !!
Yen said…
Adorable! Lovely shot too:) Mine is posted HERE. Happy WW!~
dzoi said…
what a cutie!
DesLily said…
too dang cute!.. I found one like that once when I was still married and living in fla..I caged it and wouldn't let my kids near it, kept the cage covered.. put in food and water until it was big enough to have a chance to make it and let it loose again.. they are just too cute for words
mimi11460 said…
Very cute..I bought once and just let lose around the house but it hide behind the fridge and my son did poke it with a wood not realizing that the rabbit was squeezed until the internal organ just explode and then it dies..
pete said…
I thought it was a rat or something at first! Bunnies are really cool pets, but I imagine this one is headed back to the wild. We have one and he's just like one of the dogs. They pal around the back yard together all the time.
Mojo said…
Little bunny lost. I found one about that age one time (or maybe a bit younger) and took it to a wildlife rescue. Seemed too young to be out in the cold by itself like that.
Oh, Pamela...THAT just made my heart swell! My babies are 20 times that size now...and your little fella makes me "remember when".

Sweet shot of someone who's certain to destroy your garden. What, oh, what will you do?

:)
karisma said…
Awwwwwwwww! Too sweet!
Phylameana said…
Sweet Cotton Tail. Good perspective shot.
Charlotte said…
Awww.So cute. Happy WW!
Kaycie said…
What a sweet little thing. I love how tiny he looks in those hands.
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ChrisB said…
So sweet and cuddly.
heather said…
I was wondering where Peter went.
lisaschaos said…
That's the tiniest little fuzzy, precious thing!
Mercy's Maid said…
Oh.My.Word. Too cute!
Michelle said…
how sweet ;-) I remember when our bunny Hug a bunny was that small.
Sabrina said…
He's the cutest thing I've ever seen! (except for my own child) So sweet!!!
I can't imagine how soft his fur must have been. What a great photo.
Randall said…
That is absolutely precious. I've never seen a bunny that tiny.
Aly said…
So adorable. I'm a sucker for pictures of tiny animals. Great WW!
Little animals and little babies, they are all cute. Have missed you and glad you are back. We have MANY in our area suffering from cancer and it is very sad. I hate to see them hurting.
Amy said…
Oh my goodness, how precious. A magical WW to you.
Vicki said…
Aww my first reaction is How Sweet! My second reaction is to grab the tiny bottle and milk substitute we keep on hand for times just like you are holding in your hand.

You are now crowed rabbit mama of all goodness.
Tammy said…
Oh my...so tiny and sweet...I don't think I've ever seen one quite that tiny!
Hayden said…
oh, my! What a sweet, tiny baby he is! Hard to believe he'll soon be eating your entire garden to the ground!
Jim said…
Hi Pam. I did a search on your comments for 'cat' and didn't find any. Dare I be first?
No, on second thought, I will wish this bunny a long and happy life, even in your garden with the carrots. :-)
Happy WW, thank you for peeking at my RR machine and for your nice comment.
Nobody I know knows what that thing is.
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The Right Blue said…
All together now, "Awwwww."

Really Pamela, that is SUCH a dear little bunny!
Will said…
Oh my! Has anyone said "cute" yet? LOL! It almost looks like a dwarf variety rather than a baby.

Happy WW and thanks for the visit!
Stan said…
Oooh, cute. Looks like the little desert bunnies running around Nevada.
Rayne said…
So tiny and cute and sweet.
Jettie said…
OOHh so cute!! I love bunnies especially baby ones!!
storyteller said…
Aw… how sweet! I love the title too (that harkens back to my childhood). Thanks for sharing. I was 'almost wordless' at Sacred Ruminations yesterday ... rather Whimsically Wordy at Small Reflections.
Hugs and blessings,
lisaschaos said…
I left you some bling at my place. :)
milet said…
cute.

thanks for stopping by my WW @ www.lupusurvivor.com
Kila said…
Awwww! He's so little!
Jodi said…
My heart is melting!!!
Sally said…
I lvoe the title too... my son especially used to love that Beatrix Potter story, and every time he got to a particualr bit, he used to say "He will won't he..." I love the way that children thing that stores may change of you read them often enough.
MommyWizdom said…
OMGoodness, such smallness! Are you keepin' 'im? I have no idea what the rules are for such things...

Thanks for stopping by!
Jeanette said…
Gday Pamela.. awwww a cute little field bunny.. are you going to keep it "little Peter Wabbit"...
kitten said…
I have something for you over at my bog.
swampy said…
Oh, what a cute baby bunny.

I have a "bird" at my place. Will you fly over and identify it for me? Thanks.
Kathleen Marie said…
That little bunny is just too cute! Is he now an official pet of yours? Have you named him/her? Precious!

Thanks so much for the kind words on the passing of my Dad. It has been a hard but blessed past 6 weeks. It is nice to be home now and getting regrouped a bit but I still get weepy eyed once in awhile. I guess it just takes time. Hugs to you and I'll catch up soon... Love and Hugs!
Debbie said…
OH-MY-GOSH! How adorable!
Moi said…
Oh sweetest of little bunnies!!!!
C said…
My son will love this tiny bunny! We can't go anywhere now where he does not fall in love with some stuffed animal and does not get that quivery lip thing going if I say no.
M@ said…
cute. i like to take pictures, too.
Susie Q said…
Oh my...oh my...I am in love. I have found babies in my garden but none this small. How precious us this? Now, you will have to tell us the story about him...her?

Love,
Sue
JoeinVegas said…
Is that one of the clan that picks your garden clean? Cute but . . . (makes good stew I hear)
robinellablog said…
So sweet. But I agree with those that wrote about wrecking a garden. :o)
Junebug said…
Well I've got something to say about bunnies. When we first moved to our new house 23 years ago, I was mowing with our lawn mower under a cedar tree. Well, you can guess what happened 'cause I probably shouldn't tell you. It was sad to say the least. :((
A Spot of T said…
Aaack! I just read junebug's comment :o( But the little bunny here is too cute for words. Just keep it away from lawn mowers please!
dawn said…
That is so cute. My daughter would melt if she saw that. How sweet.
wendster said…
I raised some baby jack rabbits I found once. They started off cute, and ended up cute ... but they stayed wild, and I was glad when they were strong enough to take off on their own. Got tired of being scratched by those powerful hind legs when I gave them their baby bottle of goat's milk.

Great great photo

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