Bunny Picnic

Lap Bunny

Lap Bunny

The youngest member of the human family invited Dulcie and Constance to join her in a feast of bunny crackers.

Lap with bunny

Lap with bunny

…the fox decided to join them.

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Dead Bunnies to share

Dead Bunnies to share

Then the fox invited the chickens for a play date – the fox was so excited!

Hiding from the fox

Hiding from the fox

One of the bunnies tried to escape…

Dead bunny

Dead bunny

…but the fox was quick!

Milk for a baby fox

Milk for a baby fox

The small human decided the fox was thirsty for milk…

Milk for Constance and Dulcie

Milk for Constance and Dulcie

…and so were Dulcie and Constance….

Bunny crumbs for everybody

Bunny crumbs for everybody

…and then the chickens and the fox ate up the bunny crumbs!

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14 thoughts on “Bunny Picnic

  1. Lots of charm and fun always follows when the youngest member of the human family comes to visit with the Hittys. The smile on that little fox is so alluring. Poor bunny didn’t know the smile was because fox was thinking about how delicious that bunny cracker was going to taste.

    • I love to listen to the playtime narrative – the exuberant imagination and sudden changes of pace…the ideas flow and tangle so interestingly – it is a marvel to be part of it all! The fox was not the only one licking its lips after the morning’s adventure!

  2. Poor little dead bunnies…but they gave their lives for a good cause! Little human and little fox, not to mention the
    bunny eating poultry all enjoying those bunnies. Loveable photos! (and that is a grand wee fox).

    • I had previously thought of the bunny cracker bunnies as leaping, but I will only ever think of them as prey now…our little girl lives on a farm, so she does have a practical view of bunnies and foxes. Never a dull moment around here, that’s for sure!

  3. Things sure are exciting there when the little human visits – the Hittys must really look forward to it! Cute little hands. 😊😊😊
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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