All disapproval, all the time.
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yay to Dougal,such s good bunny,helping your mum with blogging
I love Dougal's mouth! He is talking to her while he's chewing his treats. I think Dougal knows there is something yummy on the other side of the computer and she wasn't getting it fast enough for him. What a sweet little surprise to have jump on one!
Did you take Sharon to the ER after big ole Dooooogal feets smooshed her? She could have internal injuries. How much does that harebunnybiggun weigh? Seriously, though, he is too flippin' PRECIOUS! And gooo-ooooood lookin'. I am so glad he has you two to love him (and the rest of us from afar to adore him). THe day you met him was Bunny Kizmet.
Such a good bunneh wanting to help his mama with the blogging--and giving her all kinds of love as well. Good boy, Dougal!
Oh, the nose twitching! It was too much for me!
Looks like Dougal is issuing verbal instructions while eating treats. Probably teaching Sharon how to type while dispensing snacks and head rubs at the same time.Such a talented, multitasking bun!
If mine thinks I am committing the sin of not paying enough attention to the bunny he will jump up and smack whatever I'm holding out of my hand.
That is wonderful! What a sport you are Dougal! And you're right, you can't leave your silly hoomin bean alone for a second. There's no telling what they'll write if you're not looking ;-)
I'm betting there will be no further mention of watermelons. BB, I don't think I can handle a far! I am a far for that bunn. Now go getcha van!
Dougal has one thing on his mind! What is in that hand!
What a bun! An excellent editor.Just too cute.
Love Dougal. What a helpful bun. Last time my bunny Lola helped me on the computer she helpfully bit through the keyboard cable. I now have a wireless keyboard.
Sharon, don't make fun of your bunny or embarrass him. Remember what Ken wrote about being teased! Furthermore "bad" is a word that scares little bunns. Sometime in their lives someone has yelled it at them or accompanied it with worse behaviour. When I talk to the rescue critters around me I can't even say "I know what you mean". They hear " no" and tremble. I have to remember to say "I understand". English has some homophones that can create problems, but our little ones don't understand when we use words like " bad" in a humourous context. I think you can stick with "shameless" though, if you really want to be a tease.
Sharon, I looked at the clip again and Dougal didn't seem at all upset about the B word. I'd love it if your cockatiel could be introduced to us.
You can rest easy now that you know Dougal is trained in the BunLich Maneuver. If you start choking, Dougal can rush over, jump on top of you and use you as a springboard to reach treats! That way, he is not inconvenienced by you selfishly choking and not fulfilling your duty of providing him with treats at all times. Remember, it's All About The Bun!
Anonymous, if you like birds, go to youtube and look for Marnie Parrot. He is THE cutest (KYOOOT kyoot kyoot...) Blue Ring Necked parrot you will ever see. The husband is a vet and they have about three dogs and a jillion exotic birds ALL IN ONE HOUSE. I love watching Marnie. He has a best friend who is a cockatiel named Mr. Pretty Bird and MPB just sings his little heart out and gives the most fantastic wolf whistles ever. TOO PRECIOUS. My parents are crazy bird people, they have had rescue cockatoos and their current psychochicken is named Clover. I could write volumes on the craziness of cockatoos! My youngest is still scarred to this day from a jealous nut named Reggie. Its all funny now, but then...Did you know you can give birds Prozac...good times!
Awwwwwww What a helpful big foot bunny! Pepper bobs his head up and down when I'm typing on the keyboard - he's just looking for a gap in which to put his head for strokes. I'm not too sure that buns quiver at the word "Bad" - mine just stares defiantly at me, with a "Yes And?" look on his face recently it was because he was trying to eat and dig his way into the plug socket. That will teach me to be late with breakfast.
Dougal is a HUGE bunny! And so handsome! And so HELPFUL! LOLHe looked like he really enjoyed the attention though - even though he didn't really seem to get enough :D
Bunny Shaming needs to happen.
Don't you just LOOOOOVE how they grow to trust you to the point that they don't respect personal boundaries?I certainly do. Except when they land on my face. No... wait... Even then.
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