Even though the rabbit is not mine I'm still getting quite attached to him. I don't know where he came from, or who he might have once belonged to. I just know that if I don't see him around the neighborhood for a day or more I really begin to worry about him. I think about all the things that could happen to a bunny out in the big world. So today when he came by I was relieved and happy to see him.
He stopped by my porch for something to eat. He really seems to like the mandevilla vines.
I also gave him some carrots and lettuce. He gratefully ate most of that.
After lunch he retired to the corner of the porch. Then he started grooming.
Now that he was spotless and his tummy was full, he decided to sit down and stay a while.
He seemed to be getting pretty comfortable. My presence did not seem to make him nervous at all. In fact, he got so relaxed he dozed off for an afternoon nap.
I sat on my bench and watched him sleep - until his internal clock told him it was time to wake up.
Then he stood up, stretched, and yawned. My, what big teeth you have. What a sight. A rabbit nap is definitely an exciting thing to watch.