All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
Winter is no time for an outdoor bunny.
Darth Bunneh does not tolerate failure.
Teddy - you are a friggen rabbit. YOU do not have that kind of force .... AAGGGGHHHHhhhhhhhhhh...
teddy disapprovs of being out in the cold snow alone.
Teddy should be indoors in the warm.He's a lovely soft cute bunny.
Now in Teddy's hoomin's defense, he may only be outside briefly, for a runaround in the fresh air. And he's not standing in the snow. On the other hand, if Teddy is being kept outside for extended periods of time, HRH Queen Phoebe and Prince Drizzle disapprove heartily.
Oooh Teddy - you're a tough one! [I'm sure he was visiting the cold . . . ]
Teddy looks loved...I am sure his parents take very good care of him!We love Teddy too (or he would beam us to death!).
Where do people think rabbits live in the wild? Outdoors. It looks like he has a very nice hutch.Teddy disapproves of your silliness.
Domestic rabbits are descended from European rabbits and are therefore not suited to North American outdoor living. North American wild rabbits are not even the same species as domestic rabbits; they have different numbers of chromosomes. Teddy disapproves of your lack of knowledge of proper rabbit care.
Dum Dum Dum, Dum-te-Dum, Dum-te-Dum! ::sound of wheezing breath:::
Wild rabbits DO live outside... in their own warm cozy burrows or snuggled with their bretheren, in underground warrens they themselves have found or dug. Not in a man-made wire box, unprotected from the elements, with no way to protect themselves and nothing to burrow in for shelter. Now that I've said that... IF Teddy is an outdoor bunny, hopefully his humans have given him ways of keeping warm. Especially if he lives where it snows. Who knows? Maybe he has a bunny buddy to cuddle with for warmth? At least he has solid footing and not a wire mesh floor. He certainly does look very pampered.
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