I need ARRSE ingenuity here, oh and we are talking about the fluffy, edible variety of rabbit. Family pet has had free range of back garden for past three years and has got quite comfortable, having dug himself two tunnels that lead who knows where (but I am fairly certain not to any kind of freedom) and which may or may not join, entrances are two feet away from each other. Problem is that we are moving this weekend and if the rabbit isn't caught by Monday, the holes are being filled in whether he's caught or not. I have withdrawn food (back garden is pebbled, no plants) for the past three days but still no show. I personally am happy to just bury the damn thing, thus saving me the cost of buying a hutch, but my daughters still haven't let me live down the "baking the gerbils" incident three years ago and I'd like to be looked after in my dotage. Suggestions? Thunderflash, petrol/sugar combination and a Jack Russell have already been voiced by helpful friends. I'm thinking of putting the water hose down the hole but as water pressure isn't very strong I'm not convinced that will do any more than give him mud to play in.