Most wanted in my condo complex…
He is fast (to say at least), he loves plants, flowers…Any garden is his favorite place for crime…
Quick facts about MOST WANTED:
Type: Mammal (Lagamorph)
Lifespan: Average of less than 1 year, however can live up to 12 years
Size: 20-50 cm in length
Weight: 0.4–2 kg
Habitat: Meadows, woodland, forests, grasslands, deserts and wetlands
Range: North America, Europe, Southeast Asia, Africa and South America
Scientific name: Leporidae
Did you see him? His last picture taken from my balcony is below…
The history of his crime…
Just for a moment…THINKING IS OVERRATED….And OOPS…I did it again…don’t judge me Kathie Lee?
If you have information about the location of this charming criminal…please don’t report!
Rabbits need an appropriate diet.(did you read that?)
Fibre, in the form of hay and grass, is the most vital food for rabbits – it’s essential for their digestive health, and they can die without it.
Do you want to learn more about rabbits? Of course you do!
Which vegetables can rabbits eat?
A good guideline is to feed a minimum of 1 cup of vegetables for each 4 lbs of body weight per day.
-Baby Sweetcorns (but not full size ones)
-Beetroot (care with leafy tops as high levels of oxalic acid) – can cause gas so limit
-Broccoli (and its leaves, including purple sprouting varieties) – can cause gas so limit
-Brussel Sprouts (leaves and sprouts) – can cause gas so limit
-Cabbage (can sometimes cause digestive upsets) – can cause gas so limit
-Carrots (& carrot tops) – not the roots as they are high in sugars. Carrots should be limited due to high sugar content.
-Cauliflower (and the leaves)
-Peas (including the leaves and pods)
-Peppers (red, green and yellow)
-Radish Tops – can cause gas so limit
-Romaine lettuce (not Iceberg or light coloured leaf)
-Spinach (only occasional)
-Squash (e.g. Butternut)
–Turnip (only occasional)
Wild garden herbs, weeds and flowers that rabbits can eat
Double-check which plants are in your garden before letting your bunnies loose!
-Clover (leaves and flowers)
-Dandelion (diuretic properties)
-Goosegrass (cleavers) but may stick to coat!
-Nasturtium (leaves and flowers)
Safe herbs for bunnies
They can taste very strong so offer a little to start with to get your bunnies used to them.
-Parsley – not too much as high in calcium
The rabbit is one of the 12 animals in the Chinese Zodiac. It represents graciousness, kindness, sensitivity, compassion, tenderness and elegance.
So, dear my readers…love your neighbor (neighbour) like yourself!
Love and hugs
from your favorite
Alice:How long is forever?
White Rabbit: Sometimes, just one second!
Enjoy every second of your FAB life, love your friends, family and rabbits!