Old favorite hobby: Chicken Watching
Even older favorite hobby: Quail Watching
New favorite hobby that is so much fun Inus have to wake Mom up in the middle of the night with “roo roo roo” and “eee eee eee” which sounds like the noises they make when they REALLY have to go, really badly, but then they don’t because they just wanted to sprint like crazy dogs to the pasture to enjoy this wonderful new hobby: Rabbit Watching
|Spot the Inu|
|We’re hunting wabbits|
|More bunny watching (Mopsy in hutch)|
Introducing Flopsy, Mopsy and Cottontail (it’s been done, I know). I decided before I invest a lot in real rabbitry and keeping production backyard meat bred rabbits, I ought to try with some generic bunnies to see if I can keep these alive. The large meat breeds like the white New Zealand, can overheat easily, and given that they are so large and so domesticated with 0 survival instinct, that practically guarantees a life in a cage. I’m not a big fan of keeping things in cages, which is why I no longer have domestic quail. I think it will be charming to release some wild quail eventually however, but no more domestic birds unless I can devise a way to let them range while keeping them safe from predators.