When I was in kindergarten, my father bought me a rabbit one day. This is a cute little rabbit with a fat white body, long ears and big red eyes.
After a few days, the little rabbit seemed to grow up, and grandma jokingly said, "boil it and give it to you!" "No!" I quickly picked up the rabbit and put it in my arms. I said seriously, "it's my good friend. Don't cook it!" "Ha ha, unless you let it lay eggs!" Grandma said with a smile. I think: hens can lay eggs, so should rabbits. I'll wait My mother saw me staring at the rabbit every day. She used to ask, "what are you doing?" I said, "I'm waiting for the rabbit to lay its eggs." "Silly boy, rabbits don't lay eggs." My mother patted me on the shoulder. "Oh, yes!" I lowered my head in embarrassment.