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Thursday, June 30, 2022


You said you'd make me a "White Nannerini." This tasted like water!

- Thank you, Sünje, Kurtis, and SHRR

PS: Cauliflower still needs healing vibes and may require a surgery. And as you can imagine, the rescue is running a fundraiser for medical bills.

Of course, Cauliflower and Fuzz are still looking for their forever home.

Suncoast House Rabbit Rescue:
Contact: https://suncoasthrr.org/contact-us
FB: https:www.facebook.com/SuncoastHRR
Home:  https://suncoasthrr.org

Wednesday, June 29, 2022


It better be good, hoomin. But, then again, is it ever these days?

- Thank you, Auntie Jane!

Tuesday, June 28, 2022


Um, you want a better look, hoomin? Maybe do better, eh!?

- Thank you, Sunje, Kurtis, and SCHRR

PS: Yes, Paddy is looking for a forever home.

Suncoast House Rabbit Rescue:
Contact: https://suncoasthrr.org/contact-us
FB: https:www.facebook.com/SuncoastHRR
Home:  https://suncoasthrr.org

Monday, June 27, 2022


Afraid that M*nd*y's gonna get you, hoomin? Try some garlic hay - nom it, wallow in it - try whatever works.

Thank you, Monica!

PS: Follow Peaches on her FB page at https://www.facebook.com/peachesyoknis/

Sunday, June 26, 2022

The Bunday Evening Thumps

Espresso, "Revenge is best served - with a bite!"

Charlie, "He's gonna be OK, he has to be."
Apollo 13 CO2 scrubber. Source: https://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a13/a13_LIOH_Adapter.html
Nebulizer pod
Fluid container and nozzle inserted through a Ziploc bag.
Nebulizer pod with pads and loafer for comfort.

Good evening, Everybun!

Gussy has the evening off, so here we go. Espresso got his first treatment in the nebulizer pod yesterday morning. 

The recipe from the V. E. T. is as follows:
1 ml of antibiotic
5 ml of saline solution

Mix both in the nebulizer receptacle.
Administer 1/2 of the mixture in the morning and the remainder in the evening. That comes to nebulizing 3 ml of the solution over roughly 20 minutes. 

The treatment is designed for two days, and we have one more to do tonight.

The nebulizer module is made from a carrier with all the openings taped over. The front is covered with a Ziploc bag outside the closing crate. Spresso would rip it apart throughout the treatment when we had it on the inside.

The bag is secured to the crate by tape over the crate wires.
During the second treatment yesterday, Espresso finally settled into the routine of chillaxing in the pod. He would come out mad but not mad enough to turn down a cookie, which is always good.

This morning he sneezed up another big loogie, right on my hoomin's leg. Yes, the blog is in the fridge again. The first treatment today went very well, and the big guy is resting, napping, plotting - the usual. He mumbled something to the effect of, "I have teeth - I know how to use them - and I'm proud of it!"

Of course, the whole experience of constructing the nebulizer pod turned out to be a great adventure in improvisational bungineering. You listen to all sorts of books and accounts about Apollo 13, the construction of a CO2 scrubber from materials and pieces available on the ship, and suddenly you are making a nebulizer pod. 

We'll keep you posted.

Good night and good luck!
- Charlie

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Espresso, Charlie, and Gus Update

Gus, "I know, I look like I should be delivering a PSA or something, but the best I can do right now are pellets."

Gus, "Don't let that cute mouf fool you - there will be revenge."
Greetings, Everybunny!

My buddy, my dearest friend, my favorite murderizer, is still in the woods. He sneezed up a booger the other day, likes of which we've never seen. My hoomin picked it up with a swab, put in a plastic sandwich bag, put that in the fridge, and got it to the V.E.T. after work. Welp, Spressy still has an infection. 

Today we're picking up an antibiotic for Spressy that can be added to a nebulizing solution. Mr. Spresso already had a couple of sessions in his improvised nebulizer capsule and tolerated it pretty well. I mean, the hoomin will be murderized in his sleep, but it's notin personal, if you catch my drift.
And the rest of the week? We'll skip that part for now.

We'll keep you posted!
- Gus

Friday, June 24, 2022

Bun Noir

Let’s go sit and disapprove of a bunch of people.

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: Bun Noir is still looking for her forever home. https://bhrabbitrescue.org/bun-noir/

Quip adopted from Horace McCoy, They Shoot Horses, Don't They? ;-)

Born: 2020
Weight: 4 lbs.
Breed: Mini Lop
Color: Black
Gender: Spayed Female
Litter Box Habits: Fair

NOTES: Contact us for more information 

The BHRR fundraiser is still going on and is over the 3k mark! :-)
BHRR: http://bhrabbitrescue.org
Fundraiser: https://www.gofundme.com/brambleyhedgerabbitrescu