Yesterday, DH discovered lots of fur on the grass in the back yard.
Not easy to see until you look a little closer, given that the grass is not so green this time of year. We easily could have missed it.
DD assumed it was from the mother rabbit pulling out her fur to line a nest again. When she realized that it was more likely evidence that one of 'our' rabbits had been prey for the bobcat, she asked:
"Do you think it was Lucky?"Fortunately, she seemed happy with that answer! I just hope we don't start finding bones in the yard . . . Do bobcats eat the bones? Maybe it was a hawk that got the rabbit and that explains the lack of other remains. I DO hope they're off in the woods somewhere and not elsewhere in our yard!
"No dear, I don't think it was lucky!"