One house, Two people, Six Rabbits! (Oh - and a cat.)
It's actually hard to remember exactly how we got to this point. But, here we are. Thankfully Bunnies Rule and KB knows his place.An unrelated question for the masses: what happens if there is a small slug in a bunny's salad?
Figures--you work hard to weed out all the cats in your garden, and one always manages to sneak its way in. ;)As for the slug, that's a good question. I would think a good washing would take care of any slug-germs, as long as it's a tiny slug.
Savannah is quite the gardener, but I somehow think she had been expecting to grow carrots, not cats.I haven't a clue about the slug but it would seem to me that the bunnies would know to avoid it.
well Savannah sure looks proud of her unexpected cat crop
i wouldn't think it would be a problem. most parasitic diseases require the animal, usually a large herbivore, to eat the slug, and it'd think that you'd be hard-pressed to get a bunny to eat one.
Ahh.. so that's how cats are made.. You're a very talented gardener, Savannah!
Savannah knows how to put kitty can in her place!
And Savannah posts (pots) another triumph!
Woah, cool, send us some seeds!
Howsabout we just send the cat?
I think someone (KB) is sitting in someone else's (Savannah's) spot; and someone doesn't look too happy about it - better hop on down KB!
Savannah needs to bite that cat in the butt!You should post that question on the House Rabbit Facebook page.
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