Tuesday, December 06, 2011

Savannah

The Christmas that almost wasn't!

Thanks, Jean!

17 comments:

J. said...

Methinks Savannah ate the Christmas turkey.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... this is not anywhere near being over :-(

BunFan said...

Dear Fellow Bunny Slaves,
Some of you are probably familiar with the Animal Rescue Site. They are currently running a contest for most Heart Warming Rescue Story and two bunnies from our local House Rabbit Society foster home have been entered & the shelter has a chance to win a much needed cash prize (which would go a long way in covering medical expenses for the Buns. Their names are Chief and Shawnee. Go to this link - read their story and please VOTE for them! You can vote every day until Dec. 18th. Tell all the other Bun Slaves and friends you know!
Thanks so much!!

http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/clickToGive/contest.faces?siteId=3&link=ctg_ars_contest_from_shelteroutreach

BunFan said...

By the way - I think Savannah would
definitely APPROVE of voting to help out a fellow bun!!

Thanks again friends!
BF

Jan said...

I think we need to hear the amazing Savannah's story! And voting for Chief and Shawnee: done.

SixBunnies said...

Savannah knows if you've been good or bad ...


... but just give up because it's impossible to meet her standards ...

Fleetie said...

Savannah has seen much hoomin stoopidity, and is wise to all of its many forms.

She has much wisdom and advice to teach her pupils!

I shall try to make sure I do nothing to irritate her; I don't think I could survive a direct disapproval from her!

Bless you, Savannah! x

Furbeast said...

If you want to get to Christmas, you have to get past Savannah first.

b said...

Savannah disapproves of Santa's leniency. Also the fact that he horks all the milk and cookies. Not to mention those stupid piggy reindeer hoggin' all the hay. The elves' union threatened to strike until they got a load of Ms. Savannah.
She also has a very fiscally responsible alternative to coal for the stockings, very eco-friendly, too. No mining for these lumps is necessary and it can be used as fertilizer for more timothy grass.
I give up on Christmas. Might as well wait for Easter.

muneezz said...

"Well, the gift bags are for Aunt Jemima and Cousin Lindsay. The red drop cloth is so y'alls blood will be lickedy-split-easy-peasy to clean up," she said in her delicious southern drawl.

Jan said...

Aaack @muneez - how clever!

Luka said...

Well lookie there! It's me Luka! I was featured here a few days ago... check out my blog at wheresluka.blogspot.com! I will frown upon my followers!

gentoo said...

Savannah definitely approves of voting for Chief and Shawnee! She's a rescued bun herself who doesn't want anybun to be treated inappropriately.

Love all the funny comments too...especially the one by muneezz!

SixBunnies said...

Oh, gentoo! I'm so glad to hear from Savannah's hoomin! Glad you rescued her! What a very pretty girl she is!

gentoo said...

We rescued Savannah 3 years ago from a local sanctuary...she had been left outside in a box. :( I can't even imagine how anyone could have given her up, let alone left her outside all alone like that. She is treated like a queen in our house and she is loved like crazy. And though she looks utterly disapproving in this photo, she is usually pretty easy-going.

BunFan said...

Thank You Gentoo!! She IS a
Queen!

muneezz said...

heehee... Thank you Jan & gentoo -- why hello, pretty Savannah! Have a wonderful holiday season, y'awl!