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Saturday, February 21, 2015

Mr. Bun update...

... our visit to the vet on Monday well pretty well. Doctor agreed the rubbery material might  be the cause of irritation so we're putting it off.

We got proper cream for my sore spot - Top-Silver Sulf 50GM ( so the label says) and the irritation started improving very rapidly.

I also gained a little bit weight again. And my leg is declared healed and set, it's stay the way it is.

Sigh...., doctor said my hoomin is taking good care of my bumm, keeping it clean and all. Meaning he'll continue with those checks and washes. Maybe it's time to bite him finally, no?

- Mr. Bun


  1. Yay good news then!woohoo!and um that would be a no on the biting front,your dad might decide to slack off a bit if you do that and good slaves are hard to come by,xx Speedy

  2. There you go - the better then news, the more ferocious the bunn!

  3. Mais oui, Mr. Bunn! It is so time to bite him. Our bunnies have lots of books on this important topic - "The Joy of Biting Your Hoomin," "Fifteen Ways to Get Rid of That Nasty Aftertaste," "Protectng Sensitive Bunny Ears From Hoomin Screams." Of Course, the list goes on and on.

    1. Yes, bunny bites are indeed an artform. Kohl's favorite text on the subject was: "Chomp Like You Mean It: The Anatomy of the Human Ankle."
      -Jen (Kohl's mom)

  4. Mr. Bun, you haven't bitten him yet?! Such admirable restraint! So happy to hear you are getting back all of your strength and thumping power :)
    -Jen (Kohl's mom)

  5. Sure, bite him. He's been expecting it.