Timothy hay litter boxes for now. And water dishes. Maybe a few veggies if they are old enough.
I'm figuring they are wild hares not domestic bunnies. They don't take well from what I've read to being captive. Even captive bunnies don't enjoy being held .They might become friendly with you though in your yard. I've had one in my yard like that. He would run past me and brush up against me every morning on my way to my van. I was working a job then. It was funny because I didn't chose him he chose me. So allow them to be quiet with hay in a deep nest and water until you can release them.Timothy hay litter boxes for now. And water dishes. Maybe a few veggies if they are old enough.
You screwed yourself 😁at least until it rains and washes the lime in.🤗 So I guess put them backish.
I was thinking of you and wondering what you were up to today... and up you pop 🤗
It's probably just tort behavior cause it's in the way. 😁 Sapphire will move things if possible to fernagle a way to climb up a wall also. I've watched him do it.😜 maybe Lola's just trying to outschmart you.🤗Good afternoon/evening all,
I have quite a bit of catching up to do as I haven't popped in for a couple of weeks. I've had a busy time with visitors and family occasions and being ruthless sorting out several rooms as well as helping my nephew with lots of admin and paperwork. Any spare evenings I've had been too tired to switch the laptop on. It should start to quieten down after next weekend.
On Sunday some of the family and I are going on a paddle steamer trip to an island off the UK. It will be a long day but I'm really looking forward to it. The weather looks set to continue being dry and sunny so hopefully it should be a calm crossing.
The last few weeks we've practically had wall to wall sunshine so I've been able to get out in the garden and spend time sorting that out too.
Lola has loved it and heads for the door as soon as he's up. He really does have a taste for grass now and spends a lot of time grazing - something he only started doing last summer. He also spends his time basking and when he's solar powered-up nothing is safe - he tries to move everything in his path. I wonder if that's hormonal behaviour too?
Anyway, I hope everyone is well, I'll make a start on finding out what you've all been up to. TTFN
Hey Lyn, if that's the Waverly, it's the very last Paddle Steamer! VERY COOL!!!!paddle steamer trip to an island off the UK
Wow lovely. I have a little tiny hummingbird this year as the first one instead of the full grown Gargantuans I got to catch last year. S/he is coming regularly now so I only have a day or so to get a picture before s/he becomes full size.🤗Hey Lyn, if that's the Waverly, it's the very last Paddle Steamer! VERY COOL!!!!
Was wondering where you had gone off to. Glad to hear you've been enjoying the weather!
I just had a humming bird feed with me standing less than a foot from the feeder! He came, looked me over while i stood like a statue, then he ate, looked me over again, fed again then left. wow! I had gone out to investigate what the squirrel was giving the take-cover cry for....over and over. I didn't even realize I was standing so close to the feeder till the bird showed up! Neato
It is Jeff. I took my Mum on it in 1996 for her birthday. They were opening a new bridge between Wales and England and we sailed under it when Prince (now KIng) Charles was opening it. We had a lovely day. However tomorrows trip on the Waverley has sadly had to be cancelled. My brother in law has been taken into hospital so we've had to postpone. Obviously he's the priority and my sister and the rest of her family who were coming have to be home.Hey Lyn, if that's the Waverly, it's the very last Paddle Steamer! VERY COOL!!!!