Look at the ickle bunny butt in the second picture tho.
I have the best models in the world. #cutenessoverload
Dumplings trying out lettuce for the first time, I love how her coloring nearly matches her big brother, Jasper. 💛
when joe was a baby her ears were in this really awkward stage where they were too heavy for her to hold up, but not heavy enough to flop completely over. She’s my mini lopster<3
Let me tell you guys about my bun.
This is my bun. His name is Puzzle. He’s 5 years old, and I’ve had him for 4 of those years. He is a sweet little guy and I love him with all my heart. He’s never bitten anyone in his life - infact he prefers to give bunny kisses instead. he’s the type of bun who likes to curl up on the family couch and be groomed by my cats and dog. Puzzle is an active member of our happy family. He loves going for walks and spending time lying outside under the trees in the park. As soon as you give him attention he’ll be all over you.
This litte guy going to have a long, happy life with me. Some bunnies don’t.
Rabbit abandonment is illegal in Canada under the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act. Despite how strange it seems that this could be an issue, it is to animals lovers. Bunnies are not props for Easter or any other holiday. They are living creatures who need to be cared for by responsible owners. These little guys aren’t like jack rabbits or hares. They are domesticated animals who are suited for a loving home. When you turn these guys out into the wild, they don’t know how to survive. They are vulnerable to all sorts of predators - cats, dogs, foxes, the like. Domesticated bunnies are meant to be domestic pets. Just like with any other animal, their abandonment usually results in their death.
Rabbits are not teddy bears. They are ten year commitments.
baby boy explorin
Pascal in his cage