All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
hmmmm...let me guess, that is NOT Tinkerbell in the center! Gotta love those big bunnehs! Let me re-state that...gotta love bunnehs.
The new line of Eco-friendly lawn mowers has arrived in your neighborhood. Do not attempt to alter their algorithms.
These three bunnies want us to "Get off our lawn!"!I see that Joey, in particular, is eyeing us suspiciously.Ths is lush Bunny Grass! It is not to be trampled and flattened by big, clumsy hoomins!
"Be vewy vewy quiet, we's huntin' hoomins!"These three are a lovely example of the rare and much envied three way bond. Sigh. Stoopid hoomins such as myself are not skillful enough to be owned by more than two bunnies. I can dream, though....maybe someday I won't be so stoopid.
Buffalo Bunnehs! ... love 'em!!!!
They are actually part of a group of four... Dreamer was asleep under the apple tree at the time!
Ain't nobody getting on that grass with those three on patrol! And, if anyone dares, they might just have to go wake up Dreamer ... and you don't want THAT!... (I would brave the danger just to pet those precious Wranglers!)
Three, four; try being slave to 16 of the little darlings! One (ok, 16) who constantly harass me for treats, one who nibbles on my toes if I stand still too long... It's all I can do to keep up. But they're all rescues of one kind or another, and I wouldn't give them up. I'm happy. Tired, scarred, but happy.
@nursecroft: Asleep under an apple tree.....what a lovely thing for a bunny to do! @Margaret: How do you get them to accept a newcomer?? HRH Queen Phoebe beats up Prince Drizzle if I come home even SMELLING of another bunny?
@janet2buns: It's not easy. Usually they either accept, or they don't. They all have very large condos. Some of them (actually, most of them) happily share their condos as bonded pairs or groups of 3. They get their "outside time" on a rotating basis, and they all seem to be happy with that. They've all staked out their own territories. Most of the time they lounge around inside their castles, even when the doors are open, accepting visitors as needed. Unless, of course, I'm handing out treats, in which case they're all at my feet. And with a few exceptions (which I intend to rectify soon!), they're all spayed/neutered, so that seems to help a bit. They don't even seem to mind the 3 guinea pigs, either (except Lady Lola, who wants nothing to do with them).
I hope Dreamer doesn't discover gravity the hard way! I think that might hurt the bunny bonce!Anyway, with these three talented disapprovers on the prowl, it'd be a brave, and foolish hoomin who'd venture onto The Bunny Lawn!
@Margaret: Your household sounds like tons of bunny fun. I can just picture it.I've heard at sanctuaries where there are a lot of rabbits, they set themselves up in colonies, with invisible borders. Woe betide the bunny that strays out of his own territory and into that of a neighbouring colony!
i know this is suppose to be all disapproving and stuff but...i just love the picture. having my bunnies out in the yard enjoying a wonderful day, good health and happiness is all a bunny lover could ask for. great picture, looks like paradise to me!
@nursecroft ...so where's the pix of Dreamer under the tree? You took a pix of Dreamer under the tree, did you?!? :-)
@Ijon Tichy the Nth This is them all together! http://forums.rabbitrehome.org.uk/showthread.php?t=244432
Just to add Guinea pigs should never be kept with bunnies, very dangerous no matter what anyone says! 16 bunnies sound hard work Margaret, my four keep me busy enough!!My four were not the easiest to bond took me 5 weeks of hardwork and lots of bonding techniques and i never seperated them so lots of sleepless nights, now they all flop together, eat and sleep together :) well worth it!
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