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Re: Rabbits

> it is has departed my sieve-like brain.  Now...think there was also
> an image of the stuff....could it have been in either the latest Hort
> mag or Fine Gardening?  What I was reading was not PR but someone's
> experience with it.   Anybody else who gets those mags remember
> seeing something about this lately?

Hopefully the fencing in the yard and new guard patrol will help next
year, assuming anything lived.  :)

> So, when he's outside, do you stand on your deck and yell..."Romeo,
> Romeo, wherefore art thou, Romeo"???

Ha ha.  :)

Although I've been told that I sound funny when I'm in the other room 
rubbing him down and saying 'Oh Romeo...  That's the spot, that's the 
spot!  Rub my tummy!  Oh Romeo!'


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