Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Fleur Lapin

Perfectly normal picture of 
a rabbit chasing a cat.

Thanks, Leanne!

16 comments:

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Yep, that's how we love'em ;-)

Fleetie said...

Bunnies can herd goats (or was it sheep?) too, so 1 little cat is no problem for a bunny.

Remember: Bunnies are used to being in charge of great big lumbering hoomins, so bossing a cat about is a walk in the park. (Literally, sometimes, if Bunny decides that's where the cat is going!)

brandi said...

That cat is either running from a thumping or a humping. Run! Run for your life, cat!
Silly cat. Rabbits Rule.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Cats are .... well, they eat stinky food.

brandi said...

...and stinky breath, and stinky poops, and very stinky pee, stinky potty boxes, and never forget that cats have stinky attitudes. They give the "stink eye".
Cats are weird? Maybe. Cat People are weird? DEFINITELY.

speedyrabbit said...

hehehehe this cracks me up!My first bun used to chase cats right out of the garden...hehehe

sharmalee said...

Love it!!!!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

We all appreciate what you were trying to accomplish there, RG.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

"Fluffy" is Fleur Lapin's nom de plume. This picture is featured on the cover of Fleur Lapin's rivetting semi-autobiographical New York Times best seller "From Fluffy to Rambo: One Bunny's Journey." Needless to say, this reading is not for the faint of heart.

janet2buns said...

Thanks Auntie Jane! That book has been on back order at our local bookstore for quite some time. I suspect it's because our neighbourhood buns had preordered it before its release date and snapped up all the available copies. They probably wanted to get as many Feline Disapproval pointers as possible. Fleur Lapin is quite a celebrity in the lagomorph world as a result of her book. She's been interviewed on all the top talk shows. Unfortunately Queen Phoebe and Prince Consort Drizzle have kept me so busy with my BunChores I have not had a chance to watch any of them.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

J2B, in a moment of madness, I was about to suggest that you read it like a bedtime story to your two bunny babes. I am shuddering at the thought now. How about something a little more light hearted like, uh, I guess I don't know any light hearted bunny books. Sorry The Drizz and Big are keeping you so busy.

almtsbb said...

J2B and Auntie Jane, I can't even get an e-book copy of Fleur Lapin's book for my Nook. Obviously the buns don't want any hoomins reading when they should be doing bun chores.

Rabbits' Guy said...

The last book I have had time to read was the House Rabbit Book ... I think it was in 2003.

Kelly Moore said...

Ah, it was indeed sheep, not goats, Fleetie. And I just got back from Sweden where I got to visit little Champis! I am hoping that one of the many pictures I took of him show an adequate amount of disapproval so that I may offer it for posting here; stay tuned. I am a closet admirer of all the buns here, and the corresponding clever commentary. I would write more, but am losing feeling in my typing arm due to the ginger cat hanging from it...we have a border collie as well, so I hope that helps my cause...

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Yey! Champis! Can't wait to see :-)

bunnits said...

Haha! Happens at my house all the time. The cats are afraid of the rabbits. Love it.