Monday, November 12, 2012

Amber and Maple

Hunker in the Bunker.

Thanks, Angie!

12 comments:

J. said...

Looks like a sticky situation. ;-)

Fleetie said...

That's some serious intimidation to face on a Monday! Even Maple is keeping one hop back from Amber, as if slightly nervous about what powers Amber is about to unleash on us stoopid hoomins!

Maple doesn't feel like becoming "collateral damage"!

Much better to let the hoomins bear the brunt of Amber's displeasure.

Maple will watch and learn!

Jan said...

Disapproval so great that it's making me see double!

brandi said...

They look like Dougals with WAY WAY MUCH MUCH MUCHmuchmuchmcuch
much
smaller ears! So pretty!

anonymous said...

Isn't amber a grade of maple syrup? Maybe the bunny's name is really Mabel and Bill misspelled it? (Shudder, what a thought!). I believe your concern as regards Amber is well founded, Fleetie. You know what happens when you come into contact with amber. A lot of time passes and you are either personal adornment or someone is reconstructing your DNA. In the case of this Amber an impossible task. We are smithereens. On the subject of impossible tasks, would it be too much to ask that you get a pair of gloves?Almost anyone in bunny cyberspace would be happy to knit you a pair.

janet2buns said...

It's always better to have the beans bear the brunt of brutal disapproval. One hoomin more or less in the world.....it's not like it matters. The fewer the better, that's Amber's motto!

speedyrabbit said...

keep back or else stoopid hoomins

bekibunny said...

Is this Amber and Maple from VRRA? It sure looks like you guys! I see you are still grumping up a storm: we used to call them the grumpy girls when they were in the shelter. I'm glad to see they're doing well if it is them (looks like it!) :)

Sanguinar said...

ooooo I think I've seen them @ the shelter too. They sure can disapprove quite a bit. And when they shed the little tuffs of fur stick out like mini disapprovals waiting to bud!

janet2buns said...

Kudos to you folks at Vancouver Rabbit Rescue and Advocacy. British Columbia has quite a problem with people abandoning their rabbits outdoors, and thus feral rabbit colonies pop up. VRRA is doing a great job under really trying circumstances.

Rabbits' Guy said...

One word: Pancakes

(And a big second about the good work of the rescue folks there)

Eleanor said...

awwwwwwww epic loafs!!!!! that is so gonna kill someone (or more) mwahahahahah