My friend, Speedy the bunny, has a periodic feature about angry rabbits. We found one. My peep was doing swimming pool maintenance and noticed waves for no reason. On further review, there was a juvenile bunny in the pool who was struggling to get out and would be a goner without help. There are no pictures of what happened next because there was no time to get a camera. Peep fished bunny out of the pool with a net.
The bunny was waterlogged but otherwise OK and left in a couple of hours on his/her own power.
I think this bunny disapproves of swimming pools.
Oh a big hug to your peeps for helping the little bunny…. maybe they have 3 free wishes now, like the fisherman in the fairytale?
The first wish would be for more wishes.
We hope the bunny understands that pools are not for bunnies.
We’re assuming the terriers were confined to the house.
They were but it was against their better judgement.
Awww, that’s one soggy bunny
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx
It took a little time for it to recover, it might have got some water where it didn’t belong.
Poor little Bun! So glad your peep rescued him or her……certainly saved its’ young life! Bravo!!
My peeps have a softer heart than the dogs.
Yes that occurred to me – if the dogs saw it first it would have been marinated bunny buns for sure.
What a cute bunny. Lucky him.
Yes, and I hope there won’t be a repeat with the peeps away.
Angry Rabbits ~ poor bunny is not angry just waterlogged. Your waterboarding bunnies!
No bunnies were harmed in the making of this post.
Oh so glad Peep was there to save him/her. We find these in our pool sometimes as well. Mama or Papa rabbit should keep better watch over their children, yes? Thank goodness they were saved at your house!
The parents only have four eyes together. You can probably guess how many kids they have.
I’m pretty sure the bunny doesn’t want anything to do with another swimming pool. I’m so glad it was rescued. Excellent ending and I love a happy ending.
Have a fabulous day. ☺
Nobody’s happier about the result than the bunny.
I have bunny sat for a neighbor until it started escaping all of the time. She got a companion for it and now both of them escape.
When you have problem with one, getting another is asking for twice the trouble.
Nice job peeps! What a cute bunnie! I’m sure that the bunnie gives your peeps a high-paw for their help. And I hopes the puppers got some extra treaties for their barkin’ through the whole ordeal! BOL
They got extra treats. The pups need to keep their strength up.
Aw poor little thing. Congrats to the uprights who saved this baby. ❤︎
You’d think it would bring a “thank you” treat.
Kali and I were not happy. This baby bunnies and all the adults bunnies that inhabit our back yard are the reason we can not roam free on our own property. We are excellent bunnies hunters!
You should make yourself useful and eliminate the tarantula wasps in the back yard.
Yay for your Peeps for rescuing the little bunny,Your peeps are pawsome!!!!I think you are right though that bunny will definitely disapprove of pools from now on!xx Speedy
The bunny was very cute and we hope it doesn’t get into any more trouble.
Me too,it needs to keep safe,xxx Speedy
Great save! Gosh that was a tiny bunnykins. We hope it will be safe going forward too!
If the bun was grown enough to walk into the pool, it should be OK going forward. Despite Kaci and Kali (who don’t go out without leashes), our backyard is relatively safe for them.
Did it back away from you? Because that would be a receding hare line. snork, snork
No, it didn’t. We should have named it “Rogaine”. It didn’t back away, it was safe here at the “Hare Club”.
That was one lucky bunny. Cats have nine lives. I wonder how many rabbits have.
Not that many, judging by the side of the road.