All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
Awwwww Dougal Dougal!you've made my day!
Drat! And I thought The Doog might be flying over here to get his SWWW IHBF !I guess I'll have to wait patiently then!(Gonna be hard!)
Looks like he is windng up for take-off ... It's gonna be marvelous.
From the tips of his ears to the ends of his toes, Dougal is lagomorph perfection!!
I can never get enough of those ears!!!
He said "Thanks for the scratches, but you missed a spot...right...here...."
Ahhhhh.... sweet Dougster ;-)
I'm with you, Lalis! The earrrrs!!!
Dougal certainly is a fine figure of a bun!I still want to see video of him administering an ear-thwacking to one of his hoomins, though!
He did like that. Otherwise he wouldn't let you repeat that and repeat that and...
THUMP!I can't get the video to run...any suggestions?Thank you
I just keep hitting "refresh". Sometimes it works for me, and sometimes it doesn't.Stoopid hoomin technology, that's what's to blame here!*THUMP!*
Elsewhere is right. He loves it. Bill, you've got to work on your ear massages or pass The Dougal along to Fleetie. Really! I have one, er, maybe it's three, words for you - Ladies in Vans. One of the little extras of bunny servitude is having everyone who loves your bunny "help" you. Seriously, learn how to caress that bunn's ears.
Auntie Jane : I dunno, I expect Sharon and Bill are very good with rabbits (for hoomins).Let us not forget that they were taught for MANY YEARS by no lesser rabbit than Queen Cinnamon whose standards were VERY HIGH. Queen Cinnamon was a Strict Disapprover, and I am sure she knocked Sharon and Bill well into shape!If ANY hoomins have been well-trained as rabbit slaves, it has to be Sharon and Bill!So Dougal is lucky to be living with such well-trained slaves, thanks to Queen Cinnamon!
You are probably right, Fleetie. I just don't want them taking advantage of a little laid back guy like Dougal. See, I just can't let go of it. It's just bunny lust. I apologize again. There is one little move I have that bunnies's seem to love. I call it "milking bunny ears." You shouldn't really try this without a proficiency certificate signed by me, but you take your right hand and with bunny looking at you put your 4 fingers behind the 2 bunny ears. Gently place your thumb over the front of the 2 ears and delicately caress the ears over and over and over. Of course, you have to replace your hands after each stroke. Wish I knew how to do pictures. Bunnies pay me to do this.
Doog has some fine ears. Love them. Love Doog.
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