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Stupid animals!!!

I'm no so irritated with my 3 furkids for eating the rabbit poop, after all they do like to re-cycle. It's the dumb rabbits that get me. They are hanging around on my artificial turf trying to eat it!!
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I can't stand all the rabbit poo either! Murphy thinks it's a delicacy and can't wait to get out there and snack away. This morning I found a chunk of "something" in his bed which he must have thrown up during the night, then he threw up bile this morning. He's always eating things he shouldn't!!!

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I am sorry! I had to laugh! I have now come to the conclusion, if Dexter is going to eat poop, then he is! I am tired of fighting it!

Dexter won't eat his own poo, but other poos must be tastier, so Dexter has a little snack once in a while.

Maybe you could find some stuff at the hardware store to keep animals away and just sprinkle some of it on the edges of your property.



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Yeah Linda, I guess I should be thankful their own poo doesn't appeal to them.
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I've said this several times, “Smarty has grown up quite nicely eating deer, rabbit and whatever other kind of poop she can find” Short of vacuuming several acres each day, I have no way of stopping her. The wildlife is here to stay and we have to co-exist. .

Galen did find something that was really ugly looking the other day, not sure but think it might have been deer after birth. She was all ready to roll in it when I got to her. Smarty would have probably eaten it had she found it first.

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You just wouldn't think the dumb bunny would nibble on artificial turf!!

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You'd think it wouldn't taste very good!

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Yeah Ann, but what do we know....lol
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True, eating grass and poo aren't high on my list so maybe we don't know what we're missing!

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I've said this several times, “Smarty has grown up quite nicely eating deer, rabbit and whatever other kind of poop she can find” Short of vacuuming several acres each day, I have no way of stopping her. The wildlife is here to stay and we have to co-exist. .

Galen did find something that was really ugly looking the other day, not sure but think it might have been deer after birth. She was all ready to roll in it when I got to her. Smarty would have probably eaten it had she found it first.
Sorry! I know it's frustrating to have poop eaters!
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