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Low Maintenance Pets #Bunnies #HubsPhoto

Our cat was not low maintenance.


We lost our cat, Felix, some years back and made the decision not to replace him. He was a unique cat with enough quirks for four or five cats. Plus, he used to regularly try to trip us. At our age, tripping is a game-changer, so no cat.

So it was with some delight that I realized I can have pets—multiple pets,—that I don’t have to feed or worry about tripping over (they scamper away if I too obviously look at them). And they are super cute. 

So meet the new pets around our house (literally around our house): the bunnies.

The only real downside is the Circle of Life because we also have owls. 

I try not to think too much about that.

How are the pets around your place? Are they inside or out?

Perilously yours,


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