Friday, April 25, 2008

Sunki-Tiponi

Oh yeah, this is a lot better than
that field of dandelions and clover.


Thanks, Casper!

11 comments:

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

Always impressed by a rabbit in a harness, no matter how disapproving.

generalcasper said...

Actually Sunki was disapproving of going inside, not because of the lack of green vegetation.
And it's CaspEr.

Cinnamon said...

Whoops! Sorry about the typo. Fixed it.

archi's mum said...

rotflmao - great caption

spacedlaw said...

Poor disappointed bunny!

maggie said...

I have to ask- where does this bunny's name mean?

Dr. Wisenhiemer said...

IS this all there is?

Bunnies of the world rise up on your hind legs. Stomp your hind feets in unison to make thunder! Make pooties on the carpet and grumble a lot!

This.. IS.. DISAPPROVAL!

generalcasper said...

Sunki's name is from the Hopi tribe of North America. Sunki means "to catch up with", she can go quite fast when she wants to. and Tiponi means "child of importance", she, I hope will be bonded to my Netherland dwarf cross girl named Velvet.

Plan B Rabbits said...

Whoa! That look could make a train take a dirt road. Vewy scawy.

Lucy said...

I frequently wonder about getting a rabbit harness but I can't imagine Charlie (our dwarf lop) letting me put it on him...he would protest beyond disapproval. Love this site!

todd gunther said...

come over to my backyard...we have so many dandelions you could eat til you puke!