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Friday, June 22, 2018

Calvin and Hobbs

Did you remember to pack the tickets? Did you tell them we're only going out for carrotinis?

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika! 

PS: A little bit about Calvin and Hobbs,
BORN:  2017
WEIGHT: 3 lbs
COLOR: White
GENDER:   Neutered Males
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-) 

Thursday, June 21, 2018


My banana basket is empty, hoomin! Well, get on it, will ya?

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Pablo,

BORN: 2017
WEIGHT: 3lbs
COLOR:  Black
GENDER:  Neutered Male

The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)  

Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Yes, hoomin, carrotini dressing on a saaaaalad is a thing! And I need extra on a side; it's thump day, you know!

- Thank you, Kayla!

Tuesday, June 19, 2018


You broke your shovel again? Here, I have a spoon for you! 

- Thank you, Ken and Kaci!

Monday, June 18, 2018


Hey, you silly M*nd*y, you can't get me if you can't see me! Oh look, a moose!

- Thank you, Richard!

Sunday, June 17, 2018

Espresso, Charlie, and Gus Update

Hellos, Everybunny!

I got to run around in "the other room" and see what Espresso and Charlie have in their hay feeder. Well, it smells and tastes like my hay. Thump! Even the hay-ball has the same hay. Thump! Hoomin, I want a hay ball too!

Espresso and I got to ride the baftub with one of our hoomins supervising. It went well. I want to be friends with Charlie and Espresso, but Espresso isn't ready for that. Charlie doesn't mind me, but she doesn't want to be friends yet. At least she's not mean to me.

Sigh ... We'll keep you posted.
- Gus

Saturday, June 16, 2018

X-Plus Bun - Bun Fiction Update

Hellos, Everybunny!

The story became very nervous this week and ran away into the woods. We were very concerned about it because we had no proper ending for it. Then there was a tar spill at the pits and the fumes caught on fire. The resulting cloud of putrid stench made it impossible to track down the story and stitch up the ending to it. Finally, a couple of days ago, we found it hiding in an abandoned, dark burrow, scared to death and whimpering. It was surrounded by a pack of howling plot wolves, and we got to it just in time.
The story is safe now and back in the Story Assembly Building. If all goes well, we'll be ready for launch next weekend. We still have some editing left and, of course, the doodles need work too.
We'll keep you posted,
- Pancake, Molly, Penny, and Ava.

Friday, June 15, 2018

Daenerys Stormbun

What? Bunny Butt Friday? Bend the knee, hoomin. Then you can talk to the butt. Maybe.

- Thank you, Katie!

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Justice and Juneau

No, no, don't say anything about that dress or those shoes, trust me.

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A couple of good new updates :-)
Sundance found a forever home! She fell in love with Oliver, a former BHRR rescue.
Groovy Girl also found a forever home!

A little bit about Justice and Juneau,

BORN:   2017
WEIGHT: 4 lbs
COLOR:  Black
GENDER:  Spayed Females, Mother and Daughter team
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Alycia, Goldie, and Micki

  Try to look like you don't care. Just hold still and pretend you didn't see anything.

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Alycia, Goldie, and Micki,

BORN: 2012
WEIGHT: 4lbs-5.5lbs
BREED: Satin Mix
COLOR: Tan, Dark Brown, Lighter Brown
GENDER: Spayed females
NOTES: We love the story of Micki, Alycia and Goldie. Micki gave birth to Alycia in 2012 at BHRR. Shortly thereafter we got a call about a tiny baby bunny who was only a few weeks old and needed a nursing mother. Thankfully, Micki was ready, willing and able and she welcomed Goldie into her newly expanded family. Alycia and Goldie grew up together and while they aren’t biological siblings, they are deeply bonded adopted siblings. Mom and girls are never out of sight of one another and regularly are snuggling in a bunny pile where they all bliss roll on top of each other. It’s a beautiful story of unconditional love and these three will bring endless warmth, joy and smiles to their forever home.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Gretchen, Jessie and Sunset

How, how did you forget her PIN? How many times have talked about that?

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Gretchen, Jessie and Sunset,

BORN: 2014
WEIGHT: 4lbs
BREED: Mini Rex
COLOR: Brown / White
GENDER: Jessie (spayed female), Sunset (neutered male), Gretchen (spayed female)
LITTER BOX HABITS: Needs some work
NOTES: Jessie, Sunset and Gretchen are three happy, gregarious and social bunnies who love pretty much everything! They love people, they love food, they love their hay, they love their toys, they love their playtime, they love each other…they are just FILLED with nothing but love.
Jessie, Sunset and Gretchen are siblings to Jane, Lydia, Skylar and Sunrise.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Monday, June 11, 2018

Jilly and Milly

Hoomin, I'm starting to think you're a secret M*nd*y collaborator!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Jilly and Milly,

BORN: 2012
WEIGHT: 6lbsfemale-icon BREED:  Mix
COLOR: Tan / Darker Tan w/brown markings
GENDER: Spayed females
NOTES: Jilly and Milly were born at BHRR in 2012. Their mom, Tilly, and brother, Chilly, were adopted together and we are hopeful these girls will find their happy ever after very soon as well! They are a couple of adorable, smart, curious and silly sisters who love each other almost as much as they love digging, eating, playing and napping (not necessarily in that order).

The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Sunday, June 10, 2018

X-Plus Bun - Red Hop, pt. 26

Abby listened to all the chatter between our capsule and the Center, starting from our countdown to liftoff. She paid very close attention since we could not separate from the booster after our docking exercise. Abby and the rest of the Buzzard crew were at the Mybanana Islands on a special assignment at the hydroponic labs. She was helping at a summer camp where bunletts could get extra credits in the earth sciences. To Abby and the others, it was a vacation even though it kept everybunny busy. Somehow, she managed to keep track of our developments and watch how the little ones tended to the sea carrots. The little campers hated the warm, salty water; they hated water - period, but they needed to learn how to handle it. It came with the territory of becoming a bunstronaut. When working underwater, they had their first exposure to a somewhat weightless and hostile environment. Once they build up some confidence, the exercise became more fun than work. Pancake watched over them when Abby couldn't. Joey always preferred to be as far away from the water as he could. He preferred the kitchen and fire. It was easier to keep his stogies lit that way. To be fair, he always did his best to keep the ashes out of the pots and pans. Molly, Penny, and Ava also helped to chaperone the bunletts. They loved the bunletts, and it was a welcomed change of pace. The bunletts were eager to soak up everything they could from the seasoned bunstronauts. Old stories filled the evenings and not a drop of memories went to waste in the sand.
At the camp - study No bun likes the water
Maybe it was a pure coincidence or a finely tuned instinct that made Abby pause when Jackie, a shy and most water-averse bunlett, once more refused to suit up and work in the sea bog. Abby asked her to help Penny and Molly configure the catamaran for sea rescue.
"Do I have to talk to the otters?" asked Jackie.
"No, you don't. They probably know what's going on. I'll talk to them," said Abby. Otters were officially in charge of all the maritime operations. They swam with the bunletts in the sea bogs and crewed all the seagoing vessels.
Jackie helped them load extra fuel cells and supplies. She checked and updated the navigation and guidance systems. Abby wanted everybun to be able to make flight status at some point, but she wasn't sure if this was for Jackie. She didn't see how Jackie could compensate for such a strong aversion to anything related to water.
Everybunny on the ground perked up some more when Zoomer announced that we needed help from the cutter probe. One night, Abby and Pancake discussed what would happen if Zoomer and I landed close to their island. They considered our orbital path and concluded that at least in theory, we could make a splashdown nearby. Everybunny forgot about us the next day and went back to watching the bunletts watch the different samplings of the sea carrots.
Abby and Pancake happened to listen to us when the cutter probe arrived. She heard me throw the emergencies at Zoomer. It didn't take long for Pancake to realize we would be coming down in a hurry.
The bunletts were just cleaning themselves and getting dry after the day's work when Abby ran up to them holding two life jackets and tried to say, "I need two volunteers to go on a live rescue. That's a live ..." but she didn't finish. Jackie lunged at her and grabbed one of the life jackets. Abby tried again. "OK, I need one more vol..." This time she got tackled by the rest of the little warren that twisted itself into a knot around the second life preserver. Pancake untangled them from Abby and found little Gus, with his eyes shut and jaw clenched, clutching the vest with all four paws.
AquaRex-T, trainer study AquaRex turning on course
"Well, then, follow Pancake and Molly; we'll be leaving in a minute!" announced Abby. She was stunned by what Jackie had done. That was the one thing Abby would have never predicted.
Joey watched the little maelstrom with his mouf hanging open and almost lost his stogie. He looked like the prototypical tourist in his flower shirt, tattered cargo shorts, flip-flops, and a spatula in his paw. He turned around and called Ava and Penny. They worked on getting Abby the exact location of our landing. Pancake brought out the WaveHopper, a catamaran, from its shelter and helped everybun board the ship in record time. Once they left the dock, she handed the wheel to Jackie. "Here, keep her on a heading of One Six Zero for now." She tethered the bunlett to a paw rail. Jackie jumped and thumped for a while before she settled down to steer the ship. Jackie seemed taller now, determined to steer the ship right through the squall of her doubts. Over the intercom, they heard little Gus talking to Joey and getting the exact numbers ready for the rendezvous with our Red Hop capsule.
Zoomer and Mr. Toes
There was not much left to do for Zoomer and me. The ride became rough. I couldn't hear the plasma raging all around our capsule, but I could feel it in my bones as they rattled and telegraphed the sensations to my ears. My flesh contemplated again puddling at the bottom of my suit. For posterity's sake, Zoomer called out the pre-landing checklist again. Electrical power was on, radio transmitters were tuned and on, and the parachutes were armed. The capsule had three of these. One would get us home, and three would make the landing soft. As long as the cutter probe didn't damage them, we would be fine. This moment of truth never gets old and never becomes routine. We would be fine. You always have to think that.
We could deploy the chutes manually if we had to, so we had to be ready. In the meantime, we waited for the communications blackout to end. We minded the altimeter once the ride smoothed out and we knew then that we had beaten that plasma again. Only those who had survived a ride like this before appreciated the excitement of waiting still. On the ground, the ones who had lost somebun during reentry were chomping at the bit too. In their guts, we were beating the plasma for them, and avenging their loved ones. They cried for us because we were coming home. But it was only us coming home that day.
Mr. Toes
As soon as we could, we vented out the unused maneuvering fuel. Zoomer had her paw on the manual parachute deploy switch and called out, "Three seconds to chutes!" Three seconds later three dull bangs reverberated through the ship as the deployment sequence started for all three chutes.
A welcomed sound broke the tension, "Red Hop One, this is AquaRex, how do you read? Over."
"Loud and clear!" exclaimed Zoomer.
"Red Hop, you're looking good! We have you on the scope!" announced a young voice from the AquaRex transport. It all sounded great, and we were in good shape. I was still waiting to hear one more voice.

Saturday, June 9, 2018

Espresso Charlie and Gus Update

Hellos, Everybunny!

You know, we're just too quick for our hoomin and his slow clicker. I mean look at me. I'm in the corner, behind the printer and a small bookshelf and I'm mining some nomcoin. I'm tearing up everything around me and making lots of interesting noise. Hoomin thinks, "Well, let's see, we might have a good pic in progress." Right, by the time he tries to take a pic, he catches a blue, ghostly trace of where I used to be.

On another note, hoomin took out three bars out of the hay feeder. Now we stick our moufs in there and pick the twigs we want.

Of course, there's that little fart, Gus. He hangs out in the living room by himself. Charlie disappears in the evenings, and I think she hangs out with him. You know, to get some exercise and to keep him some company. I don't like the guy. I don't know and don't know if I will ever like him. I want to get my mouf close to his hide and pull some fuzz from it.

Otherwise, it's been good, boring week. You know, saaaaalads, headrubs, snorgles, good poops and such. Healthy and boring.

We'll keep you posted,

- Espresso

Friday, June 8, 2018

Luna and Harry

Yes, Harry, I know, it's Bunny Butt Friday. Now take your magic bum out of my face, will ya!?

- Thank you, Susan!

Thursday, June 7, 2018

Skyler and Sunrise

Really? You have to taste EVERY carrotini? You're embarrassing!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Skyler and Sunrise,

BORN:  2014
WEIGHT: 4lbs
COLOR:  White
GENDER: Spayed female/neutered male
NOTES: Skylar and Sunrise are identical twins and both are equally as beautiful as they are sweet. Very playful, curious and devoted to one another although sometimes Skylar has to remind her brother that she’s the boss. Fortunately Sunrise is more interested in playing and eating than trying to one-up his sister.

The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Maya, Mira and Moonglow

"They call this day what now? Why?"
"I don't care. Watch where she's putting the car keys and we're half way there,  OK?"

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Maya, Mira and Moonglow,

BORN: 2013
WEIGHT: 4lbs each
BREED: Mini Rex
COLOR: Brown / White
GENDER: Spayed females
NOTES: Maya, Mira and Moonglow are part of a litter of eight beautiful Rex babies rescued after they were dumped in a park at only a few weeks of age. All eight thankfully responded well to the care they received at BHRR and are now flourishing. These three girls and two of their brothers (Mango and Macadamia) still reside at the shelter (three of their brothers have been adopted) where they are some of our favorite bunnies to spend time with! Mira (brown) is the “big sister” and she likes to keep her little sisters in line…but sometimes little sisters like to defy their big sisters and when that happens it’s hilarious. When the girls are being precocious they are snuggled in close and grooming, snuggling and sleeping in a perfect pile of Rex bunnies.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Tuesday, June 5, 2018


That carrotini is shaken, not stirred, right? Make another one and let me watch!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Daisy,

BORN: 2014
WEIGHT: 6lbs
BREED: Satin mix
COLOR: Black 
GENDER: Spayed FemaleLITTER BOX HABITS: Needs work
NOTES: Daisy came to BHRR from Tucson and is a big beautiful girl with tons of charm! Daisy loves to dig, play with her toys, eat, play some more and then take a little midday siesta. She is an absolutely perfect girl for a lucky bunny boy and a family who will allow her the time she’ll need to trust and find her inner binky.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)  

Monday, June 4, 2018


Oh, you did now? By accident, of course. I guess you better grab a broom and sweep out that piece of M*nd*y outta here!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Fern,

BORN: 2014
WEIGHT: 5lbs
BREED: Satin
COLOR: Strawberry Blonde 🙂
NOTES:    Fern is a bright, beautiful and head-strong girl who is looking for a family that understands a bunny needs time, patience and a gentle touch to earn her trust. Fern has not been treated very well during her life pre-BHRR but we are slowly showing her that there are lots of people who understand her fear and will let her decide when she’s ready to share her heart. Fern would also be a great candidate for a lonely boy bun looking for his soulmate. Rabbit savvy home preferred.

The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-) 

Sunday, June 3, 2018

Espresso, Charlie, and Gus Update

Hellos, Everybunny!

Charlie was not in the mood to enjoy her saaaalad with the guys. The good news is she's doing very well after last week's scare. Our poop samples came back negative for parasites.

While we're enjoying our saaaalads, hoomins are fretting about this year's hurricane season. We got a good soaking last weekend, before the season even started. Sigh ...

We'll keep you posted,

- Espresso

Saturday, June 2, 2018

Bun Fiction Update

Greetings, Everybunny!
Joey and Abby here. You know, sometimes the stars align just so that they screw everything up. Throw in a long, rainy weekend, and we were done for. You would think a long weekend would help. Nooo; no such thing. Now the story sits there, half-finished, plot wires hang loose everywhere.
We'll be back next week and, of course, we'll keep you posted.
- Joey and Abby

Friday, June 1, 2018

Thursday, May 31, 2018


Is it here? My carrotini maker!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Gemma,

BORN:   2010
WEIGHT: 6lbs
BREED: Satin mix
COLOR: Black 
NOTES: Gemma is a perfect bonding candidate and has met several boys she liked very much. Unfortunately she seems to end up as the bridesmaid each time…but we know her perfect husbun is just waiting for her and soon they’ll meet and fall in love. Gemma would do best in an adult-only home with rabbit-savvy adopters who will allow her the time she needs to trust and find her peace. She loves head rubs, kisses, eating and playing with her toys.
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Wednesday, May 30, 2018


What? It's only Wednesday? Don't talk to me, hoomin!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: A little bit about Zippy,

BORN: 2012
WEIGHT: 5lbs
BREED: Lionhead mix
COLOR: Gray with black and brown ticking
NOTES: Zippy is one of the most adorable bunnies ever!! He has such a unique face and an awesome personality to match. Zippy struggles with chronic respiratory issues so we will adopt him out as a special needs bun to a rabbit-savvy family. Zippy has a great sense of humor and actually would prefer it if we didn’t know he loves all of the attention we shower on him…but we know he loves every bit of it. We also think Zip would make a great husbun to some lucky lady. Zippy is one-of-a-kind and we adore him!
The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and cleared the 2k mark! :-)

Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Who OK’d the arrival of another Monday??? On a Tuesday!

- Thank you Mellissa and Collected moments - Bunnies

PS: Follow Camilla, Sweeney and Melvin on FB at

Monday, May 28, 2018

Hoppy Memorial Day, Everybunny!

You want memorable? You can't handle memorable! Remove the barrier hoomin and we'll give you memorable.

Howdy, Hoomins ...

Hope your weather is better than ours. It's been windy and rainy all weekend.

Be safe and snurgle your loved ones!

- Gus with Charlie and Espresso

PS: I heard that Charlie girl wouldn't eat Saturday morning. Hoomin took her to the V.E.T. again. She ate a few carrot tops right before the doctor's visit but they went in any way. Charlie got a little bit of medicine - L-Metoclopramide and fluids. She was eating and pooping again pretty quickly and was back to her cheerful self.