Wordless Wednesday: Happy Mutant Rabbit Day!

(Photo: Shala Howell)

(Photo: Shala Howell)

If you look really closely, you’ll see this rabbit has three ears. The black ear on his left (our right) is cradling an inner white ear. It’s not easy to see in this photograph, admittedly, but exceptionally clear in person. Gorgeous, isn’t he?

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About Shala Howell

Writer of things ranging from optical network switching white papers to genetic testing patient education materials to historical fiction set in an 1880s asylum. When I’m not scratching my head over pesky characters who refuse to do things how I want them done or dreaming of my next book (which will of course be much easier to write than the current one), my writerly self can be found blogging about life with a very curious Ten-Year-Old at Caterpickles.com, or musing about books and the writing life at BostonWriters.wordpress.com.
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4 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Happy Mutant Rabbit Day!

  1. rayworth1973 says:

    Back in 1974, my wife, Kim would come with me to the base sometimes when I worked night shift at Torrejon Air Base in Spain. She’d go to the movies or play bingo at the rec center or NCO club or whatever. One night, she went to the movies (they were 35 cents…geez) and she saw an icky bug movie called Night Of The Lepus. It was about giant wabbits (rabbits) run amok in the southwest. When she left the movie about 11 or so, she had to walk across the base to the flightline to the AGE shop where I worked. This was crawling over steam pipes and across the occasional empty field in the dark. She got the crap scared out of her when she ran across a warren of jackrabbits! The ran all over the place in front of her. I think she ran the rest of a half mile to the shop and had thistles stuck to her pants (they were the only weeds the sheep that the Spaniards grazed there wouldn’t eat). When she came into the equipment yard, I saw she was freaked. She “splained” and it was a great story to tell.

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  2. rayworth1973 says:

    Hey, after all, ‘dose bunnies is just big rats!

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