Bunnies Share the Litter Box and a Snack

Bunnies Share the Litter Box and a Snack

Thanks, Kevin and bunnies Bear and Heidi!

Curious Bunny Sniffs Out the Camera

Curious Bunny Sniffs Out the Camera

Thanks, JP, Nicole, and bunny Hummeltje! Sharp readers might recall Hummeltje from another post, in which one of her humans explained how she went from being a wild bunny to a house bunny:

Hummeltje is a wild bunny. A cat took her out of the nest when she was 5 weeks old. Luckily the cat brought her to the animal shelter Animalhome and they fed her with the bottle until she was strong enough to be placed. We are very very very happy and blessed with her!

Bunny Stretches Out on a Colorful Bed

Bunny Stretches Out on a Colorful Bed

Happy Bunday! Thanks, Eileen and bunny Lili!

Bunny’s Not Above Trying to Steal Her Human’s Food

Bunny's Not Above Trying to Steal Her Human's Food

Thanks, Elizabeth and bunny Josie! Elizabeth writes, “I looked away for a minute and Josie snagged a slice of my orange!!”

[Editor’s note: While this was brazen theft on Josie’s part, I’d like to take the opportunity to remind bunny-owned humans that oranges are not the optimal treat for buns, though just one bit isn’t likely to hurt. When in doubt, refer to the House Rabbit Society’s list of suggested fruits and veg.]

Bunny Explores the Snow

Bunny Explores the Snow 1

Bunny Explores the Snow 2

Bunny Explores the Snow 3

Thanks, Marie and bunny Pierre! Marie says that Pierre “had a lot of fun burrowing.”

Bunny Prefers to Cover Herself in Her Food Before She Eats It

Bunny Prefers to Cover Herself in Her Food Before She Eats It 1

Bunny Prefers to Cover Herself in Her Food Before She Eats It 2

Bunny Prefers to Cover Herself in Her Food Before She Eats It 3

Thanks, Crystal and bunny Ruby! Crystal notes that Ruby’s area “looks like a disaster area. I actually clean it daily, but you would never know it. They are getting old and sloppier than ever.”

Bunny Missed His Human So Much

Bunny Missed His Human So Much

Thanks, Amy and bunny Mocha! Amy writes, “Some background info on this pic: I recently came back from a two-week trip to Japan. I’m still suffering some jetlag (14 hours difference!) and Mocha was more than happy to keep me company whenever I was up at odd hours of the night. This is him twisting his body at a 90 degree angle to snuggle against my leg for some quality time and petting. 🙂 “

Bunny Gets a Pet on the Rump

Bunny Gets a Pet on the Rump

Happy Bunday! Thanks, Mallorie and bunny Pepper!