Posted on February 5, 2014
Bunny is in trouble!
Isn’t it great when you catch them in the act? How cute! Thanks for the bunny mischief. I want to see a photo of bunny’s face too:)
Uh oh! Bunnies are lucky they’re so cute, they manipulate us into forgiving them. 😛
No kidding! My baby chewed a data cable on my desk and blew out the data port on my $430 external hard drive!
Such true words:)
*_* This bunny is pure white and its tail is so cute!
my bunny wasn’t so cute.She ate my wall paper off the wall,tel.ph line,molding,folding wood door,dry wall,my paneling,hole in the vinel floor,computer plug and throw rug edges.I can’t tell you how many times I wanted to get rid of her.What I do for this stupid rabbit.Must not have all my marbles in my head to put up with this.By the way your bunny is cute!
My bunny ate furniture, magazines, moulding, you name it and there were teeth marks in it. It took a year before I figured out she was telling me she was hot. She was also a white bunny with a dense undercoat and she couldn’t handle anything over 69 degrees. I bought her a baby fan and some cool sheets to lay on and now she’s a happy bunny. Now, whenever she starts nibbling on something, I open a window and she calms right down. Maybe your bunny is trying to tell you something, too?
This little girl will be staying with us and turning my oldest son into a bunny parent. We will start introducing her to Sugar this weekend. Hopefully, they will bond as well as he and Cuddles have (just with different results).
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