Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Satine

Permanent Depress.

Thanks, Brooke!

12 comments:

brandi b said...

Hey, I buy that noms-in-a-pouch, too!
Hey, my bunnies like laundry baskets full of clothes, too. TO PEE ON!
They got out of their pen last night and pooped in the dirty clothes basket in the hallway!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Always check the laundrey basket THOROUGHLY before emtying it into washer ... wear heavy gloves to do so.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Mechabun vs laundry monster ;)

Furbeast said...

"If you only had the intelligence to grow fur, all this nonsense would be irrelevant."

Jan said...

Satine is giving me the eye of fire. I think I will back away and do the laundry some other time!

janet2buns said...

Satine has decided it's much easier to get fur on our clothes when they're conveniently located in a pile . It saves him the trouble of trying to get the fur back on them while we're wearing them.

speedyrabbit said...

You're such a clever bun why have hard work,when they make it easy for you!

anonymous said...

B.B. must have been SUTTR if that laundry basket was full of dirty clothes. I just can't imagine what she did to earn such a favorable nod from her bunns. This little creature is awfully alluring. I am not totally sure why I have an overwhelming desire to nap. Is it the thought of snorgling with this little one? Is it the comfy looking basket of soft clothes? Is it the piles of laundry I have to wash? You be the judge.

brandi b said...

Anonymous, I think it is very simple: Someone just misspelled Satan. A rabbit named Satan would definitely pee and poop in a laundry basket full of clothes, especially if they were clean. My rabbits just think we stink, so they wanted to wanted to add some "freshness" to our dirty laundry basket. I have to try and remember to be thankful for all the "freshness" I can get. I still need to go and sweep some "fresh" out of the bunny pen. My mother-in-law came over yesterday unannounced and I was more embarrased by the big bale of hay in the dining room than I was of the "fresh" puffs all over the dining room floor. It's ok, we don't eat in the dining room anyway, that is the bunny room. I often forget to wash my hands after handling "fresh" puffs, but it's just bunny poops after all, and bunny poops make me happy. Bunny poops means eating bunnies and eating bunnies means healthy bunnies. My baby boy last week was on Baytril, Metacam and Critical Care post dental surgery to remove a HUGE SHARP molar spur that left a 1/2 inch slice on his wittle pink tongue. I was a MESS! But he had a follow-up yesterday and is eating like a hungry hungry hippobunn.
The "girls" go next week for dental checks and nail clippings and he goes with them for another weight check. He lost some weight in a few days from not being able to eat.
SO...I LOVE bunny poop!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

@brandi b, glad your bun is eating again. It's great to see piles of poops, the bigger the better I say :-) One time after changing bed sheets I thought my Bun Phaedrus would inspect them so I put him on the bed. He jumped around, tried to straighten everything with his front paws, then sat next to one of the pillows. Looked me straight in the eye. So ever slightly tensed his back. And just let his 'approval' flow. That was that. Guess them sheets wasn't clean 'nough ;-)

brandi b said...

I am sure you deserved, ITTN, I am sure you deserved it. Don't you love the Front-Paw-Shuffle?
And don't you love that the only mammal that can get away with such behavior is a rabbit? Imagine a cat or dog doing such a thing! Murder and mayhem would ensue.

janet2buns said...

brandi b, I'm so excited that you have a big bale of hay in your dining room too! So do I! Since we only use that room three or four times a year, it makes sense that we use it as a bunny room. Only silly wasteful hoomins would keep a room empty under such circumstances.

Glad your boy's tongue is healing up and all systems are "go"! Molar spurs are the worst!