Farmer Abbott’s barnyard animals (2): Floppy the negatively geared rabbit

Floppy, the negatively geared rabbit, is another one of those animals that has been around for so long that everyone accepts him as  part of the barnyard furniture. No one quite knows how he came to the barnyard but everyone admits that he doesn’t do much except consume a lot of the typical rabbit diet of eats roots shoots and leaves.

Over the years, Floppy and his greatly extended family  have become increasingly expensive to maintain.  Getting rid of Floppy  and his offspring is going to be extremely difficult, as everyone has grown up with a pet rabbit and is extremely attached to it.

However, taking the knife to Floppy would be a boon to the dog food industry and take pressure off barnyard resources.

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