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Can I feed this salad to the wild bunnies?

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No, at least not until you have researched it.

See, the problem with that salad is that it has all sorts of non-native parts.

How will our fat local bunnies react to olives?

Far away arugula? Funky cheese?

Maybe it’s fine, but unless you’re sure, let Scavenger Dog have it.

He really can eat anything.

Except chocolate.

Just give me the chocolate instead.

Okay? okay!!

Waddaya think?

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