Posts Tagged "bunny rabbits"

The Double Flop

For those who are new to bunny rabbits, the whole “flopping” thing is a special delight. Rarely do rabbits get comfortable enough to just rest on their sides, and it’s typically seen as a sign of how relaxed and at ease they are.

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Watching Mick the Rabbit

Liz has watched our rabbits for many, many years now – and it feels nice that we can return the favor. With Quincy, we got a lot of experience caring for a rabbit that was quite old – and so we felt very flattered that Liz was entrusting us to watch over Mick (who is around 15 years old).

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The Hay Sampler

That’s right. We ordered up a box of sampler hay. And to top it off, this is how Liz and I spent our evening.

Staying home. On a Friday night. With a box of hay samples.

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Phineas, Flopped

As a bunny owner, seeing moments like this is just a great feeling. Not only is the cuteness just over the top, it’s a signal that the rabbits feel comfortable enough to leave themselves “vulnerable,” in such a pose.

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Phineas the Sommelier

I was sitting on the floor with Liz, and the two of us were petting the bunnies. I happened to have a glass of wine near me, and had to pick it up once Phineas got a little curious.

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Prep and Travel

Lots of veggies, and lots of plates! I forgot to take a photo until after I had already fed them their dinner, so it’s a total of 12 plates if you count the ones they’re snacking on in the back.

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Goofus and Gallant

When rabbits “flop” over onto their side, it’s a sure sign they’re very comfortable where they are – and it gives us no small degree of pride and delight whenever Daisy does this.

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The Daisy Incident

When bunnies don’t eat, it’s a pretty big deal. For them to not have food in their system is very problematic, and potentially life-threatening. We’ve seen the “not eating” behavior before, and know that it’s potentially the start of gastro-intestinal stasis.

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