Sunday, March 02, 2008

Sunday Cinnamon

Bunnui

16 comments:

Katrine said...

Awww, sleepy Cinnamon! *scritches bunny's head and watc eyes close and nose move slooowly*

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Worn out from a long day of disapproving...

spacedlaw said...

She looks like she's about to sneeze!
Maybe she, as well, is rooting for spring?

River Driver said...

What a sweet moment of bunny Zen-disapproval!

Els said...

Sooooo bored... Love the caption!

DK & The Fluffies said...

We Buns do live such a challenging life...

The Bunns said...

I think Cinnamon can barely stand to look at whatever she disapproves of so much!

Carrie said...

Sometimes I feel a lot like that myself.

Sharon/NBB do you guys bathe Cinnamon much?

Holy Cuteness said...

Sleepy or just very bored...

Margaret said...

Carrie-

Generally, you don't bathe rabbits unless they get into something that you need to clean off- like paint- or if there is a medical reason to do so. Rabbits are like cats. They take care of the grooming themselves.

Margaret

birdchick said...

Carrie,

Like Margaret said, we do not bathe the Cinnamonster unless we have to.

When we first had her, she had some digestive issues that required weekly baths, but since we sorted that out, she grooms herself.

todd gunther said...

I feel just like you on a lazy sunday afternoon...zzzzzzzzzz...

Anonymous said...

Carrie,

Bunnies, like cat, do an excellent job of grooming/cleaning themselves. Generally, bathing a bunny is not recommended. Sometimes, our bunnies have soft poops that get stuck to their bottoms or they get urine in their fur. In that case, we hold only their hind end (and no more than necessary and trying to keep the feet dry) under the tap. For really bad cases, you can give a bunny something like a sitz bath.

Jim's Lops said...

Marinell Harriman's "House Rabbit Handbook" fourth edition has a whole page of unstressful ways to clean a bunny with a messy bottom.

Oh Cinnamon you are certainly the absolute image of a friend of mine's British army commander. They were in the Gurkhas together, so does that make you perhaps a Bunkha?

Da Plan B Bunnies said...

Disapproval SO intense dat it requires it'z own vocabulary!!

rabbitude said...

"So, Grasshopper, achieving bunnui requires you to achieve the deepest level of disapproval."