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Re: RE: OT- big time....

HA HA Pam..... Even big rabbits can fit thru a chain link fence... trust
me on this one, I chased momma out the yard just the other day... and
could not believe she fit thru... but seen it with my own eyes.....:(


  Had a young rabbit in the yard the other night, that's a first.
> I wandered around looking for where he got in (yard is fenced). Anyhow,
> he eventually left, squeezing through a hole in the chain link fence.
> Good news is he'll be too big to do that in another week or so, so my
> peppers should be safe! Sure was cute though, as long as he doesn't eat
> anything I prize!
> At least I know my habitat  thing is working, so that's a plus too.
> everyone have a great weekend!
> Pam

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