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  • The fox and the rabbit.

    Weve had a fox visiting us in the garden the last few weeks.
    also recently mum says there is a tiny little rabbit in the garden too.

    This morning I sw something move in the garden and it was the cutest little grey rabbit ever!!eatting the grass...then I looked a few feet to the left and there was the fox!!!
    For a split second I thought 'ahhhh, how cool is this', then the penny dropped...mr Foxy was staring at little rabbit a liiiiittle too much, so I interfered with nature and banged on the patio door...and they both ran off.

    But, the cliff hanger is, as Mr Foxy went off he was holding his back left leg up off the ground.
    Whats happened to it?
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    Originally posted by Seahorse View Post


    But, the cliff hanger is, as Mr Foxy went off he was holding his back left leg up off the ground.
    Whats happened to it?
    The rabbit isn't as cute as he looks
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    • #3
      I'm glad the fox didn't get the bunny but I'm sad it's got a poorly leg. Could you call the RSPCA? They might know what to do.
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      • #4
        Perhaps you shouldn't interfere with nature - maybe the fox had hungry cubs at home! And think what it would be like if all the rabbits survived to old age ......

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