All disapproval, all the time.
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Aww. But she looks so sleepy and her tummy looks so fuzzy.
That tummy IS provocation.
My big Flemish Giant bunny actually likes his tummy being rubbed, but my old minilop would have rather eaten my hand than let me rub his lily-white belly.Cinnamon obviously you fall into the latter category. Although your tummy is sooooo temptingly furry and cute...
My cat plays this game- it's called "pet my fuzzy tummy"- you do- and she'll shred your hands into tiny pieces. Then why show me the adroable snorgle spot? I'll say though- Cinnamon's hairy eyeball will keep me away for sure
ahhh, it's Sunday and i get to see Cinnamon disapproving of something... my day is completeword verification: vscuuwtqGod bless you
I might do it anyway... <.< >.>
In other words: "I disapprove of you rubbing my fuzzy tummy, and I disapprove of you not trying to rub my fuzzy tummy!".It's a disapprove/disapprove situation. :-)
There are just those moments when a bunny has to let her feelings known. The eyes say it all!
Oh, please no more temptations of Felmish Giants. Non Birding Bill wants one in the worst way. The only thing stopping the plan is that:A. Cinnamon does NOT approve of other rabbits in the house and she will be the only bun we have at this point and time.B. Flemish Giants aren't always at the Humane Society.Note that either of those reasons does not include that we live in a one bedroom apartment. Everything we've seen and read about FGs just makes NBB want one all the more, the tummy rub capability is just enough to push him over the edge. We've had four rabbits live with us and none of them approved of tummy tickling.
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