Bunny, Your Cheeks Look So Soft!

Bunny, Your Cheeks Look So Soft

Thanks, Clémentine and bunny Biscotte!

Bunny Sinks into a Poofy Duvet

Bunny Sinks into a Poofy Duvet 1

Thanks, Carrie and bunny Gunther! Bonus photo of Gunther:

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Bunny Stands at the Entrance to Her Box Fort

Bunny Stands at the Entrance to Her Box Fort

Thanks, Rachel and bunny Leelah! Rachel writes:

This is Leelah, named after the futuristic cyclops in the cartoon tv show Futurama. Something terrible happened to her with a previous owner, and she has limited vision in one eye. She’s showing you her “normal” side here.

When we got her from a local shelter, the vet told us to expect that she would eventually lose vision in her right eye. She was initially very aggressive (growling, slapping, biting, and otherwise indicating that we were not needed in her life), and we assumed that this was from the previous neglect and abuse and that this might be how she felt about humans for the rest of her life. After 6 months, she now accepts and gives kisses, and is incredibly friendly and sweet.

I wouldn’t have wished her pain on her, but I am thankful every day that she chose me and my boyfriend, and I know that we have earned her love and trust.

I Don’t Know If You’ve Noticed, Human, But These Are Not Real Butterflies

I Don't Know If You've Noticed, Human, But These Are Not Real Butterflies

Thanks, JP and bunny¬†Hummeltje! JP writes, “This is Hummeltje (small one in Dutch) a wild bunny we saved from a cat.”

Edit: More information on Hummeltje from Nicole, another of Hummeltje’s humans! “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!”

Read Me a Story?

Read Me a Story?

Thanks, Bryan and bunny Remy!