Dearest Mole

It was so sad to see Mole only inches from where I found ratty! Most of the characters from one of my favorite books "The Wind in the Willows" by Kenneth Grahame are here in the garden - good info on Wikipedia - read the book on Project Gutenberg

  • Serena 10y

    Toad Seriously

    Ratty Poor ratty
  • Stuart Oikawa 10y

    What's happening to these animals?
  • criscicù zerotto 10y

    around the mountain hut of my uncle, we have a full field of these sweet creatures. Fortunately nobody hunting they!!
  • Serena 10y

    It's so awful, I think that Ratty was either dropped by the hawk or one of the cats got him, Mole had a claw mark on his nose, I really hope they could all live peacefully together!

    The pictures are rather gruesome but I felt that I should document all the creatures here.
  • doow. 10y

    a beautiful shot!
  • Marilyn 10y

    These photos are so appropriate for "Animal Feelings", they are very touching.
    :-}
  • Mr. Greenjeans 10y

    That's nature for you!! Great shot!
  • Lynn Morag 10y

    What a great shot though .... you could add this to the most unusual Hands, Claws and Paws thread.
  • MTMeddy 10y

    the wind in the willows is one of my favorites!!!!
  • Serena 10y

    Thanks, his little hands are so precious, so like ours...
  • MTMeddy 10y

    i agree, very adorable!!!
  • summonedbyfells 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Literary Scotland, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • summonedbyfells 5y

    Many thanks for this very welcome addition to the pool.
  • RumpledElf 3y

    Hi, I used this photo here: photographicdictionary.com/m/mole

    Thanks for sharing with a CC license!
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