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OMG Lea, I'm so sorry. Glad all went well. Prayers for him and happy thoughts for you.
No they were an introduced animal and yes, by crickey you’re right. Our eldest son had two minor heart attacks yesterday and was hospitalised. They put a stent in one of his arteries and ballooned another today. All went well but it’s been a long day
The way they multiply can you imagine a pair getting loose. If I remember right from history, rabbits aren't indigenous to Australia and were a huge problem many years ago. Causing lots of damage. Or I should have paid closer attention to the crocodile hunter, bye cracky.. lol
Just finished 2:53. Lovely setting as usual. Love the animals especially the rabbits. We are not allowed to keep them in Queensland. (The rabbits). You have to apply for permit and the average “Joe” like us wouldn’t be granted one. Perhaps schools or pre-schools might.
I’m still working on this one, just been busy as I’m sure you can understand. Hope you have a good night. Sleep tight, really. See you tomorrow.