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I just stumbled upon your, disapprovingly lovely blog here. Makes me miss my Flemish Giant even more when I'm at work!Thanks for brightening my day and giving me yet another place to procrastinate!<3 Ash
Josephine, you gorgeous blousy beauty! I wish for you a Napoleon Dynamite of a New Year filled with CaeCZAR salads the size of the Russian Empire! (Elba-ing my French maid while she makes water in the loo) HEHEHE just a Short joke for you!(Hell yes, I DO crack myself up!!!!)
Oh Oh Oh.......and your bean should be careful to not get his/her hand Bonaparte while lighting fireworks at the begining of the Year of the Insignificant-Not-Rabbit-Animal Chinese new year. (yup, comedic genius here...ya'll don't be jelly, I am sure you have your own talents...hehehehehehe)
LOL reminds me of my sweet Archi Ann (sweet dutch bunneh is an oxymoron i realize but still...)http://archisantics.blogspot.com/2007/03/garson.html
mum of critters: I am sure there are several sweet natured Dutchies out there! :) Josephine, do not lower your standards because of your slave's inadequacies!
Is Josephine by any chance a Rex? She might not have the typical face of a Rex but I don't see any whiskers and by the way she's jealously guarding the food......
... oh sweet goodness, nutriberries better be on their way!
and on the Malmaison china, too.
Looks like a real Rex to me. Her face, the colour around the eyes, and ofcourse: the appetite!Lovely rabbit!
She's a Rex mix if the information from the rescue was accurate. Think the other bit came from a dwarf of some variety.The rescue had a rabbit named Napoleon who my wife was interested in as well, but he bonded with different rabbit.Josephine likes cilantro, banana, and head rubs; but she hates being picked up. That seems to be a hold over from her days as a petting zoo rabbit.Thanks for all the wonderful comments. I'll make sure she hears all your comments. Pretty sure doing so will get a binky out of her.
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