Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Proving A Statement

Proving A Statement

 As I said in an earlier post, the bunnies spend very little of their precious time in their respective hutch. Instead them get to come inside. Their favorite pastime when inside, on my bed, and lounging on my pillow is to sleep.

Nibble on carrot sticks...

Get cuddled...

Eat more carrots..

Have contests with owner to see who can look the most pitiful...

Get more cuddles from owner...

Hold debates on whether or not to eat another carrot..

Then, no matter what the jury decides, you eat one anyway, and look very innocent in the process.

Get hand fed carrots, because honesty, why on earth would I want to eat a carrot off the floor? That would be barbarous!

Make adorably cute facial expressions to melt your owner's that you get even more treats.

It works 99.99% of the time.

Reach for the last carrot bit..

Get mad because your twin is also eating a carrot..

and fight over one carrot instead, because that is always better!

But, then when your owner, who is snapping an outrageous number of pictures of you, starts stop and stare them in the face..

Then you make a mad-dash for the Bunny Tunnel (a.k.a a goose down comforter molded into a cave/tunnel)..

Afterwards you are exhausted from the said mad-dashing and plop down to get some shut-eye.

Then you decide you'd rather nap with your buds..

and eat more carrots...

and stick out your tongue..

hold secret conversations with your partner in crime..

Then, when owner gives you a naughty look, you drop what you were doing and start munching on a carrot and try to look as inconspicuous as possible.

Yes, the life of a rabbit is good, but only if it involves comfy beds, lots of petting, long periods of time scampering around in the front yard, and please, let's not forget a lot of treats!

Blessings - 

~ Aspen

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