We noticed four rabbits happily grazing in a new part of a cemetery the other day:
The cemetery grounds staff keep the grass mown and the rabbits obviously enjoy the young and tender short grass.
Animals are so resourceful and don't mind using a cemetery for a dining place.
It's good to see rabbits grazing instead of us sighing at beautiful animals that have become casualties of roadkill. I saw a beautiful badger dead in the middle of a main road the other day. All it had done was to go for a stroll and a midnight feast. There's no cemetery for those poor creatures.