Dwarf Rabbit Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle free online of a small dwarf rabbit. The fluffy rabbit is sitting beside some Easter eggs.

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dbnc2
May 30, 2018
Very cute
i use to make cakes at Easter shaped like a bunny for the grand children
this was my mystery for today
darambo
May 1, 2018
This is the cutest bunny I have ever seen. I just love these dwarf rabbits they are so very sweet.
rahrah1820
Dec 14, 2017
Very cute!
elijah13
Oct 11, 2016
Second time around but so cute!
elijah13
May 8, 2016
Such a cutie.
fiestyolelady
Oct 21, 2015
Rabbits don't lay eggs.
animalvr143
Oct 21, 2015
Maybe one did at Easter time?? I have no idea why else bunnies and eggs are the popular Easter decorations. Whatever. I love to put out scadasof bunnies and eggs for decoration.
CatLadyOKC
Oct 21, 2015
Yes, they do but only for Easter, the plastic ones.
fiestyolelady
Dec 1, 2015
Animalvr, It is because they represent life, which is what Christ came to give us. abundant life.
Barbaranne
Mar 21, 2015
Is it a rabbit or is it a guinea pig? always thought that rabbits had floppy ears and you cannot call those floppy or can you?
God bless you all
fiestyolelady
Jul 30, 2015
I think you are right, not a bunny.
aknan
Jul 30, 2015
No, it really is a rabbit. The dwarf ones don't have the long, floppy ears and they're rather fuzzy. Also very sweet, until they start in on your garden!
Barbaranne
Jul 31, 2015
Very sweet and cuddly, would something that size eat much out of the garden aknan. Are these wild or mainly pets. I do like it when puzzlers tell you what animals really are so thank you aknan.
aknan
Jul 31, 2015
It's not that they eat so much, but they spoil things by nibbling a bit, then moving to the next plant. I believe they were originally domestic hybrids, but careless people have let them escape - or turned them out when they became "too much bother" to keep. Thoughtless souls...
jdoty
Aug 19, 2015
Thoughtless, indeed! Rabbits have been so thoroughly domesticated that they can no more survive alone in the woods than a puppy or a child could. They're a far cry from their wild cousins.
KNadineM
Mar 20, 2015
Happy Spring!
pixipixil
Mar 20, 2015
Yes. Seems like it's early calendar-wise. I heard the first robin today. (Didn't see one but I heard one. They sound to me like the hyenas of the bird kingdom.) When I hear the redwing blackbird who makes sort of a buzzing call, I'll know the cold weather is over.
KNadineM
Mar 21, 2015
Yes, in Cincinnati the weather has at least been above 40 for most of this month. It got to 71 one day this past week and now, we are just on a rollercoaster.
pixipixil
Mar 22, 2015
Oh that 71 sounds heavenly. I tried to get some sun last week when it got into the high 40's but I could only dare to bare the bottom half of my arms. I am astonished at people who go around in shorts and t-shirts in this weather.
KNadineM
Mar 23, 2015
Yeah, that never fails to astonish me either.
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