We got a mention in the Saturday edition of the The Guardian:
We may kid ourselves that animals are our friends and we coexist with our pets in mutual needy harmony, but the truth is that they can't stand us and only hang about for the food - and watching the telly and playing with all our stuff when we go to bed, of course. In the case of the quite spectacularly grumpy rab-bits here, it goes slightly further: they don't just dislike us, they despair at our pathetic human ways. At least that's how it looked to Sharon Stiteler, who saw in every photograph of her floppy-eared pets the same disapproving looks grimacing back at her. Now, Cinnamon (don't be fooled by the cute name) is an internet celebrity and foolish human folk knit jumpers for her. Obviously, she and others like her are decidedly unimpressed by such behaviour.Thanks to writer Johnny Dee for the mention.