Friday, September 03, 2010

Chester

You have this much longer to live.

Thanks, Lena!

13 comments:

Boopalina luv said...

is that a bell? and is it on a collar? haha thats cute im guessing thats why you dont have much longer to live!

The Fab Furs said...

Ask not for whom the bell tolls.

Jedin8 said...

OMG! A Dutchie LionHead!

mum of critters said...

A cross between a dutchie and a lionhead? Be afraid, be very afraid.

Helmi said...

HAHAHAHA OMG I used to put bells on Dodger and Jasmine!!! That is the only way you have a fighting chance when they sneak up behind you and try to acost you for treats!!!

PS Jasmine UPDATE! She is doing better! Still no second surgery and it looks like her infection is on the way out!

fat gramma finn said...

i was planning a lovely football weekend, but now i guess i'll be spending it cowering in a dark corner

Rabbits' Guy said...

Chester is a softy! Chester is a softy!

janet2buns said...

"I have measured out your life with coffee spoons..."

@Helmi: So glad dear Jasmine is getting better.

Paula said...

I've never seen a bun with a collar before. Too cute! I wonder how often he takes his hoomin for walkies? Whenever he feel like it I suppose which is prolly never. As well it should be.

dorrie17 said...

How did you get him to wear the collar? I tried to put a cute collar and bell on my bun and the resulting disapproval took several days to heal

janet2buns said...

I've come back several times today to gaze at Chester's floofiness. A lionhead dutchie! His indentured servant is lucky to have lasted as long as she has!

Fleetie said...

Chester does indeed look like a mighty bunny. A rabbit to be reckoned with!

IcyBlueFaery said...

Thanks for all the comments about chester he's was my baby unfortunately he passed away last year. But yes he did wear a collar and I never had a problem getting him to wear it, he was neutered tho so maybe that helped with him being a little more mellow? I kept the collar on him because I usually left his cage open and he would come and go as he pleased and that way I could find him more easily.