Saturday, May 02, 2009

Phoebe

And while they're busy trying to pet this,
I'll make my escape.


Thanks, Janet!

17 comments:

PJ said...

Who says Tribbles don't have their uses.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Just don't stuff that down my shower drain 'kay?

janet2buns said...

Her Majesty Queen Phoebe was particularly disapproving while I tried to brush her....and I have the scars to prove it! We love her anyway.

Lady Anne Bunshteyn said...

Janet,

The adorable Phoebe leaves me with that familiar Barnett Newman feeling:

Who's afraid of Grey, Grey and Grey

thumpyfuzz said...

Lovely wee bun Janet! That pile of foof looks soft and spinable. Forgive me if my addiction is showing:-)

WhiteStix said...

I see that Caspian, my ever-shedding chin lop, has a sister! :-)

janet2buns said...

thumpyfuzz: Do you know if it's possible to make yarn out of bunnifloof? Having a Phoebescarf would be way cool.....

BunMa said...

I've watched people spin right from their angora rabbits. The floof couldn't be too much different.

Fleetie said...

Phoebe looks very proud of her achievement! And rightly so! She may disapprove of having to be surrounded by us hoomins, but at least she knows that her fur is a precious and sought-after commodity, and that she gets to name the price!

thumpyfuzz said...

Hi Janet,

Yes it is possible. Are you on Facebook or Ravelry?

Carol said...

Hoo-boy, that is one nasty hairball.

janet2buns said...

thumpyfuzz: I am on Facebook, I see you are in Waterloo, I live in Mississauga. How should I get in touch with you?

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PJ said...

J2B, How nice to finally see your bunneh. Also, if your bunney fluff won't spin all by itself you can send it off to people who will spin it into yarn with an accompanying fiber. Look in upscale knitting magazines for sources.

Dr. Wisenhiemer said...

Yes , Janet we get to see your bunneh. Her majesty is looking very regal. Thanks, no doubt, to your loving care. So cuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

Elaine said...

Is she about to have baby buns? Soon-to-be mothers will rip out bits of their fur to build a "nest" for their babies. It's instinctual, apparently.

Julia said...

Does anyone know what breed of bunny this is?