All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
So pretty! Where was this taken?
i just watched 30 days of night but this is more scarey, 30 days of white light!!
What beautiful colors. And those eyes! Heeeere bunny bunny bunny... I would brave the wrath of disapproval in a heartbeat.
Wow, he's totally different from the brown cottontails we get in the Toronto area. This wild rabbit is hopping slowly around your house, trying every door and window....looking for a way in so he can... DISAPPROVE OF YOU!
That picture is eery...
This is the impressive Magickal White Bun...who reigns over the desolate landscape of your nightmares...
i would not be able to sleep at night if i knew that bunneh was just outside my house...
I have to say I am sorta creeped out by him. Just the thought of him trying all the locks and windows is sort of scary. Cat burglers have nothing on this guy.
There goes the old neighborhood ...
Hey Wild Bunn ... try the big window on the north side tonight anytime after 11:00pm .. it'll be unlocked! BYOH .. Phty time !!!!
This bunny could come in with me any time! He/she would get lots of petting and fussing - if s/he wanted it! I just hope I wouldn't get disapproved of!
BYOH = Bring Your Own Hay = ROTFL !!
Interesting that in the hundreds of years that bunnehs have been kept as domesticated pets, it has not been possible to breed the 'wild disapproval' out of them!BunMa
This Bunn comes every day to say hello at my deck (unfinished) window, and it took me a long time to slowly approach for his Unapproving photo. He loves 4-6 pm naps, and circling the unfinished yard looking for things to dislike. Thank you all for your comments. He hates them, for what its worth. I suspect he'll visit tonite to see if he can intimidate me.
Dissaproval by and alien burglar bun!
Yeech - those eyes!!!
Are you sure he's wild? He doesn't look like any wild rabbit I've ever seen. He could be a former housepet that someone dumped outside. That happens a lot. You might try to catch him and bring him to a shelter.
I agree that he may be a former domestic rabbit. We have white hares (but brown in the summer) where I live, and this is not one.
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