Friday, July 16, 2010

Tinkerbelle

Officials are reporting White Out conditions.
Extreme caution is advised.

Tinkerbelle is available for adoption from Animal Friends of the Valleys in Lake Elsinore, CA!

22 comments:

Fleetie said...

That is some SERIOUS blue-eyed disapproval, especially via Tinkerbelle's disapproving mouf!

diddleymaz said...

loving the eyeliner!

Juliebun said...

That beautiful bunny must be wearing contact lenses. I wish I were in california to whisk her away on a golden chariot!!

SixBunnies said...

Tinkerbelle is Gorgeous! My Goodness, she's Wonderful! What beautiful eyes! She does look like she's giving some poor hoomin "the look" though ... I bet she can unleash a fury the likes of which we can't discuss in a public forum. She is beautiful though...

Richard the Big Bunny said...

Surely some hoomin home needs such thoughtful & concerned blue-eyed review & critique (errr, disapproval!).

KPP said...

Don't unpleasant things happen when you make Tinkerbelle upset/jealous? Tread carefully! Thump!

thumpyfuzz said...

Oh my! Someone adopt this bunny quickly. Maybe having a human to disapprove of regularly will dilute things down a bit.

janet2buns said...

When you wish upon a bun,
Tinkerbelle, yes, she's the one,
Please, she needs a home
And she will come to YOOOOU!!!

She's in Cal-li-for-ni-ay
Please come soon, you'll make her day.....
She's a snorgly little bun
And her eyes are BLOOOOOO !!!

Fleetie said...

Brilliant, Janet! And such a nice sentiment too!

I approve.

Corbie said...

It might be white-out conditions, but, by the look in those eyes, it appears to be a thunderstorm a-brewing.

diddleymaz said...

my bunny is called Tinkerbelle too!and she scares people,they didn't know Bunnies growled till they met her!

janet2buns said...

Thanks Fleetie! *blushes* You are too kind.

Someday, some way, I believe you will be somebun's indentured servant. That bunny will disapprove of you only very reluctantly.

Fleetie said...

I hope so.

bunnits said...

Janet, love your parody of one of my favorite songs

thumpyfuzz said...

Brilliant work Janet!

Stacy Hurt said...

diddlymaz! I wanna bunny than growls! I had no idea.

Bunny Momma said...

tinkerbelle's eyes turn blue when she is upset with the hummins. apparently we never cease to disappoint her

janet2buns said...

@Stacy: Oooh, be careful what you wish for! A growling bunny is a bunny that disapproves of you very hard, very quickly and with his teeth. Owwwwch!!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... this is what it feels like for me to have just coffee for first and second breakfast :-)

Ellen said...

Oh My Goodness!..if I were over in California I would be first in line to sweep Miss Tinkerbell off in a carriage to her new forever home with Miss Bean as her big sister! Nose beeps and ear rubs galore

SixBunnies said...

Stacy, J2B & diddleymaz, grunting bunnies are great! Yes, get one! Miss Rosie grunts at me, but J2B is very right, after the grunt watch out for the bite because justice for ignoring the grunt is swift and sharp and dispensed with jaws of iron! I have scars between my thumb and pointer finger on both hands from the quick head turn bite application move! Rosie is very protective of her litter box and fights me with her ears pointed forward like a bull every time I have to change it out. We've been doing this for three years now, so I've learned how to get her off of her "hen's roost" without getting bitten, but it probably took a few months to get a good method down. Jamal grunts, too, but it's when he's draped over my shoulder getting snuggled, so he's not much of a threat. I think that means he likes it ... Jamal is weird ... :)

Brigid said...

Some grunts mean the rabbit is feeling amorous. I don't know what the difference is in sound between amorous grunts and aggressive grunts because my bunny has only done the amorous kind.