I get all the treats I want or I tell the M*nd*y where you're hiding!
- Thank you, Mel!
Good Evening, Everybun!
We were loafing and then loafed some more today. Our hoomins took a clue from us and decided to loaf too. They wonder if it would help them get through the week the way we do?
You know - you get up, bun on, and you're done. Don't get all worked up about the petty stuff; save it for us. Work up a good salaaaaaad arrangement, and we'll busntruct it with gusto.
Oh! Did I mention that some hoomane temperatures are supposed to arrive here this week?
Good Night, and Good Luck, everybun!
Tucks out and loafing is the plan for today. My hoomin feels back to normal, but the week was a nasty grind.
It should be "tucks out " for everybunny after five M*nd*ys in a row. Especially now that it's getting nice outside. By nice, I mean, it is still hot, but you only feel roasted instead of broiled, and the humidity drops. I can smell the EBA season!
And the tropics are quiet. Did we really make it through the worst of it? The hurricane season officially ends November first, so we're a little weary about counting our nanners before they ripen, but bunn has to have something to look forward to. At least those dreaded first two weeks of September are long gone and done with.
We'll keep you posted,
- Thank you, Susan, and SCHRR!
PS: Apricot along with her sibling Peach are still looking for their forever home.
Suncoast House Rabbit Rescue:
It's not Friday yet, is it?
No, only Thumpday. It's the hoomin's fault again.
- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!
WEIGHT: 4 lbs
GENDER: Spayed Female & Neutered Male
LITTER BOX HABITS: Good
You know, it's a nanner for every eyedrop, right? ... or I find me some spicy hay to make it better.
- Thank you, Susan!
PS: Binks is a rescue and a survivor or several adoption attempts. He found his true forever home with Susan. After a long stretch of medical issues, he's doing much, much better. Still needs eye drops, though.