Little Basil in his newly remodled home.
The Hen's nesting box was converted into Basil's new bedroom. Perfect for our little guy.
Is this not the cutest little faces you have ever seen. I can't wait till we get to know him and his little personality better. I thought bunnies don't like to be held. However, our little guy (as long as he is picked up correctly) doesn't mind being held. Right now it is mostly by me. I am to nervous to have one of the kids hold him and then he jumps out of there arms and runs loose all over the yard. Once he gets used to us more we will venture to playing in the back yard with him.
So for the story I mentioned earlier.
We got Basil on Thursday night. On Friday morning, before taking Lil' E to school, I went to check on Basil. We was gone and no where to be found. I finally looked in the Hen House. Nestled in a corner behind a nesting basket was little Basil. Silly Bunny! That day I added another thing of hog wire to make smaller holes. I was sure this would work. Nope wrong again. That night JBody went to put the chickens into the Hen House and Basil was back in his little corner behind the basket. We closed up his ramp so he couldn't escape for the night. This morning I got up and added two more things of hog wire. He won't be visiting the hens tonight. I am just happy he didn't venture out of the Hen House and inot the world of the back yard. We would have never seen him again.