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Sunday, November 19, 2017

Espresso, Latte and Charlie Update

Latte

Charlie

Greetings, Everybunny!


The good news is Latte's leg is healing nicely. In other news, Latte hates the medicine. For some reason, she took the first dose very well, slurped it up right off the syringe. But since then, it's a case of "Wrestlemania" twice a day. Same goes for the cream application to where the wound used to be.


For some inexplicable reason, Latte started chasing Charlie, as if they became unbonded. Espresso and Charlie seem to be getting along OK though. It might have started when a hoomin tried to give Latte her medicine mixed with a bit of nanner and raspberries. The trouble was, everybunny wanted a piece of that, thinking it is just a treat. An absolute mayhem ensued. To make things worse, Latte did want to eat it anyway.


Ever since that moment, Latte "forgot" she was a BFF with Charlie. Now, we are trying to decide whether to let everybun work it out on their own or should we organize a flight in a clothes basket.


We'll keep you posted,

- Espresso


5 comments:

  1. Will you live-stream the clothesbasket event?

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  2. Hm..., never thought about that. Where would you watch it? We would have to see what the options are, any suggestions?

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  3. Oh, dear. Perhaps the ladies had a little misunderstanding? For example, maybe Charlie was simply trying to spare Latte taking the medicine and was really attempting to do her a favor (as her BFF and all)? Flight in the clothesbasket might be helpful...with treats for all :)=
    -Jen (Kohl's mom)

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  4. Watch on a computer via inet. Other than that, I'm technically not savvy about how to do it!

    Or video it and make a YouTube for us to see.

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  5. Maybe they just want to keep you from getting bored. What considerate rabbits!

    Sally Neary

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