All disapproval, all the time.
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And while you're bringing your ruler his blankie, don't forget the treats, and be sure to be ready at a moment's notice should he require additional service. Boomer is a just ruler, but it does not bode well to fail to meet his standards.
.. and also explain why Boomer's blankie NEEDS to be brought to him?
Boomer is just precious! If he's a sanctuary bun, I'm guessing he has to stay on his throne and all his requirements must be brought to him by his servants. His paws and nose are just way too sweet! I love big white bunz! They're my favorite!
PSA: White, pink eyed bunnies are always the last to be adopted and first to be euthanized. Next time you want to adopt a bunny, please consider the little white forgotten one, he's the one that needs you most.
:'-(It's SO SAD that this happens AT ALL.What is wrong with people?
@Fleetie: It wouldn't happen if hoomins weren't so STOOPID!Boomer hopes his hoomins feel suitably honoured by having his bunnly self as their ruler. It proves that they are perhaps not quite so stoopid as other hoomins. And hurry up with that blankie!
Does "Boomer is a sanctuary bun from the Wisconsin House Rabbit Society" mean that Boomer bunny has found some hoomins to serve him forever? Or is he in fact still looking?I hope it's the former.
Testimonial: I adopted a BWB (big white bunny, pink eyes) about a month ago and I luvs him! He's big and squishy and clever and funny. He hops on things, steals the bag of hay, jumps in boxes, squishes flat like a pancake for petting and DOES NOT require you to pull out his shedding clumps. He's fine with them staying, thank you.
These big white buns (New Zealands) are wonderful bunnies!They are so sweet and gentle - I have 5 living me right now - 3 are mine & 2 fosters (but they will probably end up staying with me, too! We've all become quite attached). They were part of a rescue of over 100 NZ buns last year from a bad breeder. Lots have been adopted, but lots are still looking for homes in St. Louis, MO!
@Fleetie: Either way, Boomer is being accorded the service and obeisance he deserves. He is in good hands.I aspire to be the indentured servant of a big squishy bunny like the one KKP describes. Ahhh, snorgalicious BIG bunnies!
Or even KPP. *I was being stoopid.*
Big White Bunz have the absolute sweetest personalities. The ones I know are pleasant and polite, never the trouble makers! My Luna is my heart bunny! I love her more than life itself! The way she leans into me when I snuggle her just makes me cry. She's scared to death of everything. I am so thankful to whomever rescued her pregnant mommy from the meat factory and took her to the shelter where Luna and her siblings were born. I don't know what happened to the others, but I got there just in time to get my Luna! I can't say enough good about them! Go get one!!!! Or three!
Oh, KPP, I'm so glad you got a squishy bun! I love squishy bunz! None of mine like to have their clumps of hair removed, either. You would think it hurt them by the way they react. They can be such drama queens! All of them! Thanks for adopting a BWB! I didn't pick my bunz, they picked me, and I am so honored that at least I got picked by one BWB! Oooohh... they're ALL my favorites - all colors of bunz! I love all my bunz!
DR is my daily 'feel-good'stop. I love the pics and title statements and of course, love your comments!As FLEETIE said; "What is wrong with people?". I ask myself that often when I am with my furry companions. Sure they are cute, but they are also intelligent, funny and sentient. Today I was particularly uplifted by the loving posts and the numbers of bunnies you folks have. Thank you!
My youngest hoomin child moved away to university a few days ago. Although I miss him, I cheer up when I watch my lovely Queen Phoebe and Prince Consort Drizzle. There's nothing like two warm snugglers to chase the blues away!
Janet : Hmm, from that photo, Boomer seems to be in a domestic setting, not a sanctuary, so I guess he has found his forever-servant-hoomins!
we always had big white bunns when i was a kid, but they were called flemish giants. their poo pile was a great place to look for fishing worms
Boomer is accepting, on behalf of REW's (Red-Eyed Whites) everywhere, the worship they are due! We honor you, Oh Gracious Bun.
You know, in our HRS chapter, the "sanctuary" buns are the ones who are unadoptable due to serious health problems, etc. However, they don't actually LIVE in a sanctuary. They live at people's houses like other foster bunnies, but they have permanent homes there. Then other people can donate $ for their care, but their foster homes are their forever homes.
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