Sunday, May 30, 2010

Meet Cooper and Dot

Sorry to be so quiet, I've been making preparations for a new arrival. Meet Dot (the mostly white) and Cooper (the black & white) hiding in the back. They came home with us today from the HRRN. We got there early this morning and got the chance to feed the bunnies. So many cute bunnies there, all of them begging for their pellets. Loved giving them what they wanted :). Cooper and Dot were perfect passengers, riding in separate carriers on the way home, Dot playing with the hay in the carrier and Cooper the perfect angel just loafing. When we got home they immediately got and claimed the place. Cooper loved the cage, going in and out and in and out, seemingly incredibly happy with the large pootie box of hay. Dottie was a bit more shy, but she claimed a cardboard castle and happily took a nap. I didn't take too many pictures, wanting to give them more time to get used to us. So more will be coming. Here they are: And yes, they are even sweeter then this picture! Give me time - I will spoil them rotten and their true personalities will show! Ha Ha!

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Updates and Love


Been busy trying to decide which bunny is to be next. All bunnies volunteered, they all want to be admired and love. What's a bun mom to do? What is fair, what is right? Ok, being a bit dramatic about it, so I decided to go alphabetic. Luckily for me I already started at the top. Look for my Bunky to be upfront and center next. My adorable sweet boy, I am coming for you...

In the jewelry news, I wanted to share this gorgeous treasury Kathcojewellery put me in. I just love the colors. Trust me though, it looks much better on the website: Shades of Sepia


Plus I really wanted to say thank you to all of you for the good wishes for my Bella's new hare cut. My gorgeous bunny girl is still blazing a trail upon her cute little bunny nose, but it's starting to grow back. A wonderful lady on the Petbunny mail list suggested Chamomile tea - just to calm down any redness or irritation plus it's uninviting for grooming. Thank you Kathy, it seems to really be helping.

And on a last note, is there anyone out there that can explain to me how to do the links to webpages in the single word or phrase? I'm a bit techy challenged, but determined and really hate the long links in the blog. *** Update - Thank you so much D.M.! As you can see I now have my links handily tied to the titles. Yeah! Love the power of the bloggerland.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Balded by Love?

My Bella Bunny Girl is beautiful, loving, playful, mischevious - in other words an absolutely darling loppy girl. She will charge into a room to scare, then run up to you for love. Her arrival has been a learning experience the moment she arrived. I had always read lops have their type of personality, I didn't realize it was an over abundance of personality! Bella spends her days sleeping in her cage or by her boys Bunko and Ferd. They are all free range, free to do what they want. But you see, the thing is, somebun has decided my beautiful Bella needed a bit of trim.. right on her nose.
This area isn't sore, Bella will let me rub and rub and rub. Some bun is over grooming, I suspect Ferd. Ferdy came from my hubby's ex wife's neighbor's daughter. Yep, those bunnies know how to find us! HaHa! I suspect Ferd was a bad breeder's baby, taken from his mom much too soon and not taught how to be a bunny. Ferd's method of grooming is more plucking then gentle kisses. I know this from the bald spot Bunko got on his back end. Bunko's spot I stopped by stopping the grooming, but I haven't caught Ferd in the act with Bella.

Here's the trio together.

And the adorable, but not so innocent boys: Aside from banishing Bella to her cage, which I don't want to do - does anyone have any ideas to save my baby's good looks? Poor sweetie - she just wants to be loved.