Two Visitors in the Gardens
On the last week of August, we have had two little visitors in our gardens. A Norwegian dwarf rabbit was discovered eating our radishes, lettuce and all manner of delicacies.
After much carolling Chief Rabbit catcher Mr. Peter Drinkwater lunged into a stand of broad beans and emerged triumphant with a beautiful little ginger and white rabbit. Aha we thought our problem is solved. The said rabbit was delivered to the RSPCA where it will be available for adoption some time next week.
Five primary schools in the area were contacted to try to find an owner.
The next day we received a couple of phone calls that there was a black rabbit in the gardens. A few attempts were made to catch it but is was not till Mr. Drinkwater, trainee rabbit catchers, Mr. Peter Harvey, Miss Fabiola and Miss Gael formed a team to outwit the black rabbit. To cut a long story short we chased it into the shed where we were able to catch it hiding behind some newspapers and take it to the RSPCA to be with his little ginger and white friend.