It was 118F 48C here yesterday. As usual, the wildlife has to cope, including this bunny who was after the flowers as the next meal
I hate to clue you in, little fella, but those are plastic flowers.
ha… like the guy who snitched our plastic flamingos… bet he thought he can grill them LOL
Send that guy over here. We have flamingos and they’re so bad that they give us birds a bad name.
Dag nabbit good stuff you whipnerspappers!
awww poor bunny! I feel so bad for all of you with the awful heat! Wonder how that bunny is surviving.
They’ll be fine. By the end of July they’re eating cactus!
Heard the forecast is for 120 tomorrow. Poor little thing. Would they drink water from of a bowl? Stay cool.
Yes. The peeps put it out for them. The lizards use it also. We birds get our own bird bath.
Not much moisture in plastic that’s for sure…….!
But think of the fiber!
I’m guessing you left the bunny alone to have it’s lunch too. I’m pretty sure of it.
Have a fabulous day and try to stay cool. 🙂
Don’t worry about me-worry about the dogs. They were also inside and couldn’t get to the bunny.
Running like a bunny with his tail on fire you know that quote ~ well with the heat his poor cotton tail will be on fire. Bunny needs a small sprinkler and some lettuce.
Sweet William The Scot
The drip system comes on every morning and the wildlife take advantage of it. We’re waiting for cooler temps in the evening to fix one thing of the drip system where some critter bit through the line to get more water. The wildlife thinks water falls from the sky or grows on trees.
The drip system ~ is that like the trickle down hypothesis? No wonder some critter bit through the line.
Not the trickle down hypothesis. Voodoo economics.
Poor bunny…and any living creature without air-conditioning! Keep cool!
The bunnies do all right for themselves. It happens every year.
Well I doubt if the wildlife can wait for the ice caps melting due to global warming but then you will have to turn up the fridge for the poor polar bears. Crackers what a mess us being the intelligent species has made of this planet. Fact Check!
Scotties did this??
Put out a plastic coyote.
Plastic canines only scare plastic flamingos.
Just watching the News France (English version) and mentioned cancellation of flights in Phoenix because of heat!
Yes, those people in South Florida can’t come here to warm up.
Where in Arizona are you. Mum and I are in Tucson.
We’re in New River, northeast of Anthem and about 10 miles south of Black Canyon City which is in Yavapai County.
Are you freakin’ kidding me???????? THAT IS TOO HOT!!!!!!! It makes us feel like we’re having a cold snap!!!!!!!!
You’re always welcome here!
You’ve made the news in Florida. You are way warmer than we are. I don’t think that we could handle that much heat.
If you can handle Sophie, you can handle anything.
That is just way too hot. Thank goodness for a/c. Just think what the pioneers went through
They had this and also the Donner Pass (and party).
Not exactly a brainiac bunny.
It’s a great diet tool for losing weight.
But it’s DRY heat, so it is much cooler, right? (ha, ha)
Actually it is true. 118 at 6% humidity is a LOT better than 118 at 98%.
We’ve had 90 at 95%. That’s when I stay inside.
I have observed in the world nowadays, video games are the latest fad with kids of all ages. Many times it may be unttlainabae to drag your son or daughter away from the activities. If you want the best of both worlds, there are several educational games for kids. Good post.
He’ll give the flowers a sniff and then realise they aren’t real….Bunnies aren’t that silly…it just wishful thinking,xx Speedy
Maybe it thinks it is gonna freak out the gardener.
hehehe maybe,xx Speedy
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