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Lovely. Looks in great condition
 

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G'day Dean

For it to just sit there with no signs of fright - it's well and truly "at home" mate ~ well done image wise
Our Aussie rabbits (all feral little blighters) whenever seen are mostly at the end of someone's rifle sights

Phil
 

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Lovely. Looks in great condition
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G'day Dean

For it to just sit there with no signs of fright - it's well and truly "at home" mate ~ well done image wise
Our Aussie rabbits (all feral little blighters) whenever seen are mostly at the end of someone's rifle sights

Phil
Thanks, it was hopping about then just settled down, it was only 10 ft away when I continued my walk and it stayed there and wasn't spooked at all and was still there when I came back round the path half hour later and it still stayed put, nice when they trust us Humans..
 

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He's certainly in good nic! We know when there's been a new batch around here when the cat brings one home every second day.
 
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