All disapproval, all the time.
Another one from Thanksgiving.
Disapproved of by
Poor adorable Cinnabunny! She must be wondering whether she has had too many Carrotinis!Surely only a *hoomin* could manage to design a floor that doesn't even work!Cinnabun wonders what it is that hoomins keep in those huge, short-eared heads of theirs. Is it brains, or is it, as Cinnamon rather suspects, sawdust?!
I think someone had too much Thanksgiving dinner!
Poor sweet girl... thank goodness for throw rugs
Poor Cinnamon! Hardwood floor, and molting season at the same time! I'm surprised anyone still has functioning limbs in your household!
No wonder Cinnamon is disapproving.
Oh noooo! She just keeps sliding along!
Cinny looks like she just came in from a Thanksgiving ticker-tape parade. Not even a slippy-floor can keep a bunny from her treats!
Fleetie:Hoomins' song:Our heads could do with filling,With some interesting stuff,For now they're bare and full of air,Dead flies and bits of fluffThank you JK Rowlings.
That's all right. Cinnamon will snip that Apple power cord any second now to get even with her stoopid hoomins. That'll teach them to have slippery floors!!
Aww, poor slippy Cinny. You have to giggle, though.
If we didn't have hardwood floors, we'd never get to see her do the Scooby-Doo run!
Poor bun! Too funny.Is she shedding? Our Molly is a mini Rex, and I have yet to find a brush that will actually do anything other than just glide over her fur. I've resorted to gently lint-rolling her. Have you guys found a brush that works?
Oh, Cinny, we haz ceramic tile in our bun-room. At least OUR hoomin puts down towels an' rugs an'rubber mats. We also seen dat Mac cord -- u passed it up! Wat wuz u thinkin'??
@W: Our friends with rexies say the Furminator works really well on their fur. They're expensive, but man oh man do they ever work well, even on rexes.
Before shelling out for a Furminator, you might try the cat version of a Zoom Groom. I know that, here in MN, PetSmart and Chuck & Dons sell them. PETCO used to, and supposedly is getting them back in, but I don't know if that has yet happened.Zoom Grooms work on the static electricity principle, so they gently pull all the loose fur and dander off the bunny. At some point, the cones will get coated with dander and the Zoom Groom will stop working; just take it to a sink and rinse it off really well in hot water and let it air dry.
Zoom Groom works great, too! We have one of those as well.
Ooh, thanks for the heads-up on the de-fuzzing products! I'll have to go check those out. :)
Anything for a treat. They get revenge once they have their traction back.
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