Nobody wants to see a Headless Rabbit

Dear whoever left me a decapitated rabbit this morning to pick up,

What’s your problem?  I mean I did request that something come and take care of the rabbit situation for me.  I’m glad you found your way.  You even found the nest that I knew was in the front yard.  You see as much as I don’t want the rabbits in my yard; I am not going to do anything beyond my comfort zone.  That’s for you.  So what happened this morning?  Did you find many other nests around that you decided to eat the contents of?  I guess that’s great because less rabbits in the neighborhood eventually leads to less rabbits.  But what happened when you got to mine?  Did you just wanted to play?  Were you full?  I just think it’s a bit rude to dig up a nest of baby rabbits and just eat the head off one and then leave.   If you can’t finish your plate then you shouldn’t go back for seconds, or thirds, or whatever number you were on.  I know this may seem harsh and I really do want you to come back soon.  Just on an empty stomach ok?


Yard of Delicious Rabbits

7 thoughts on “Nobody wants to see a Headless Rabbit

  1. I found a decapitated bunny at my bedroom window the ears had been removed & were beside the body near were the head should be & my cat would not go near it nor did she tell me with her distinctive howl announcing she has a gift for me? Any ideas anyone?

    • Um, do you have a cat door? How on earth did they bring them in? Our cat once brought a chipmunk inside. It was hilarious to watch it run after it on the first floor all around my 3 month old in the bouncy chair.

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