We only fed one with little treats, the other two still came
(even though we never fed them)
just less frequently.
A Wild Baby Rabbit
Whilst at La Alcazaba, a few
years ago we found a wild baby rabbit in the gardens below our
balcony, our neighbour Johanna had seen it and told us about it,
so we went down to have a look. It seemed completely lost,
so we took it in, and decided to make enquiries to try to find
the owner. But no one knew anything about it. So,
for a couple of weeks we kept it and fed it. It was so
affectionate, and we decided we would have to try to find a
home for it. The only work he gave us was finding
and removing all the little droppings in our flat!
Our daughter Michelle and our granddaughter Melissa were
staying with us and all of us took turns at having a cuddle,
also my mother Betty loved having him too. As we would be
driving back to Switzerland, we eventually found out that a
friend of ours Desmond, had a few rabbits that they kept in
their garden, and he agreed to take ours on.
He decided to put Cuddles in a separate area, so that their
larger rabbits would get to know him gradually. We
heard later on that our little Cuddles had become the boss
and was quite a cheeky one! So all ended well.