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This adorable, but bad, bunny - and the rest of his family - lounging around waiting to get into Irene's garden, are the reason we didn't eat ANY fresh lettuce this summer, 2001. Grrrrr.... But, keep scrolling...

We realized we had a family of foxes living by us as well!. This poor critter looks awful mangy. We found a British internet site that suggested mangy foxes be given honey sandwiches to replace lost minerals. Our foxies now get a honey sandwich on whole wheat bread every night. We don't know what happened to the guy below, but his sibs sure look fat and glossy. So healthy in fact that they wouldn't be caught dead being photographed in daylight. Plus: they eat bunnies!

Think turtles eat bunnies? Maybe our family of groundhogs does?

Do frogs eat bunnies?

Maybe fish? One of our goldfish and one of our koi got together this spring and gave us grandchildren. About 200 of them. Here are some we caught, on their way to being let loose in a real pond.

There's still at least 100 of these critters in there, and unfortunately getting bigger by the day... Below John caught mommy or daddy, also destined for freedom.

They're black, so they're hard to see, but here's a few swimming over our "real" fish:

Too bad they don't eat bunnies...

Here is our latest addition in August, 2002: a darned coyote! Poor thing! Time for honey sandwiches, even though he terrorizes Irene by his presence, causing her to skip jogging (any reasonable excuse will do)...

Hey, look at our froggie! August, 2002.

 January 23, 2003: A Hawk!

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