The Rabbit

Warning: This post is about to contain disturbing facts and speculation about a dead rabbit. You may want to skip it.

There’s a dead rabbit under the glider out front. Not a small bunny, but a dead grown rabbit.

I’m refusing to go look at it, but the Redheaded Kid had to describe it in detail every time he came back from a smoke.

The question is, “Where did it come from?”

The orange cat has been catching moles and mice and there’s been evidence that he might have caught a bird. But a grown-ass rabbit?

I have to tell you, I’m more likely to believe that coyotes have left us a gift.

8 thoughts on “The Rabbit

  1. An iguana in Tennessee?

    Shoot, I guess I’m going to have to look at this dead rabbit now, because the Redheaded Kid was making it seem as big as a cat.

  2. rabbits “lucky” enough to die from causes other than predators or cars have to do it somewhere. maybe that one just thought underneath your glider looked like a good spot.

    side note: what’s a “glider”? some sort of lawn furniture us northwoods hillbillies don’t use?

  3. rabbits “lucky” enough to die from causes other than predators or cars have to do it somewhere. maybe that one just thought underneath your glider looked like a good spot.

    side note: what’s a “glider”? some sort of lawn furniture us northwoods hillbillies don’t use?

    (try #2. wordpress delenda est.)

  4. Nomen, strangely enough, on my end, they both came through. And since I got my glider from my Michigan grandma, you can’t even try to claim it’s foreign to you! Ha.

    Anyway, a glider is a piece of porch furniture that looks like a giant couch, but moves back and forth in a pleasant manner.

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