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Sorry, GO RABBITS!!!!!!! And they look properly p****sed too ;-) Taking the bun country back one spot at a time.
Them Denver peeps think they know everything ... this'll teach 'em to suffer right along with the rest of us.Rabbits hot-wiring cars ... heh heh heh.
Hey Denver Airport! Welcome to the wonderful world of rabbits! Don;t think that's food? Guess again! Nomnomnomnom.
Hey that's my airport! :D Honestly I haven't seen these bunnies at all, but we don't go to the actual airport to park. The airport is out in the middle of what used to be cow country...so of course the bunnies moved in and all those yummy warm vines! :D
Oh great--I already worry about stray cats getting under the hood for warmth. Why on earth do they seek the wires out? I understand wreaking havoc if you are a bored house bun but for wild buns to take risks for it...I don't get it. I hope they can keep the buns away--this is dangerous.
It is people setting domesticated rabbits free that is the problem. Also breeders do the same, especially those for English spots and similar where bad markings = money lost. One of our rescues was from a gas station - while we were trying to catch him, he would stop under a car and clean himself.You can see my many posts on the Denver CBS page about the pictures of the rabbits under cars clearly show domesticated rabbits, a different genus than American cottontails. In my state, NJ, they have done a bunch of capture, neuter, and release on males from similar colonies, which cuts down the problem tremendously (but not very quickly).
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