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Saturday, July 24, 2021

Espresso, Charlie, and Gus Update - Rheya

 

Rheya, "They waz gonna do what to me at the pound!?"

Espresso, "I'm tellin' ya, I can smell somebunny strange here!"

Greetings, Everybunny!

Something strange is going on since yesterday. I think my hoomin finally snapped. I heard him talk to somebun I couldn't see. There's a funny smell coming from the kitchen, and it's not the stench of burned water for tea. 

I sayz to him, "Is there something I need to know!?"
"Yes, there iz," says my hoomin.

We have a rescue in the house. My hoomin named her Rheya, after one of the characters in "Solaris" by Lem. She came from a pound in Sarasota, where today, she was supposed to get "pruned from the timeline."

Now she's a foster. She still needs her special operation. We don't know how old she is or if she's still growing. Yesterday she clocked in at an under whopping three pounds. But, she seems to be in good spirits - eats hay like a madbun. Last night she inhaled her first dinner salad - cleaned the bowl.

The official line right now is that she's looking for her forever home. Only time will show how that's going to work out.

We'll keep you posted,
- 'Spresso

Friday, July 23, 2021

Lyla

 

Donno, talk to the foot! And be careful - there's a fine line between "listen" and "thump."

- Thank you, Chris, and SCHRR!

PS: Aaaaah, yes - Lyla - the double winner for this week. She will be looking for a forever home soon.

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

Thursday, July 22, 2021

Skye

Who? Me? Runaway camping and make a long weekend out of it? What gives you that idea!?

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: Somehow, Skye is still looking for his forever home. You can learn more about him here: https://bhrabbitrescue.org/skye/

Born: 2020
Weight: 5 pounds lbs.
Breed: Himalayan Mix
Color: White with Black
Gender: Neutered Male
Litter Box Habits: Good

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

Wednesday, July 21, 2021

Bubbles

Hoomin, it's gonna be a wild slide to Friday! You need to grovel a little more, prostrate a little harder when you serve those nannerinis, mmkay?
 

- Thank you, Ken and Kaci!

PS: Bubbles got rescued eight years ago and has been enjoying the bun life with the dessert warren ever since!

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Juniper

 

Did you just call me a gas giant!?
It's J-U-N-I-P-E-R, you goof, not Jupiter!

- Thank you, Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue and Erika!

PS: Juniper is looking for her forever home and you can learn more about her here.

Born: 2018
Weight: 5 pounds lbs.
Breed: Mix
Color: Dark Agouti
Gender: Spayed Female
Litter Box Habits: Good

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/brambleyhedgerabbitrescue

Monday, July 19, 2021

Lyla

 

Oh, look - M*nd*y masquerading as a pile of dead fish. I can smell the difference, you know!

- Thank you, Chris, and SCHRR!

PS: Lyla is still a little to young for her operation, but time flies and she'll be looking for a forever home before you know it.

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

Sunday, July 18, 2021

The Bunday Evening Thumps

 

Charlie, "Well, hoomin - what's it that you want? Why are you here? I don't see any cookies and I don't imagine you have the password either!"

Espresso as "Espresso" - "Mr. Spressos" is on summer vacation ;-)
Good Evening, Everybun!

My hoomin was in a peculiar mood all week, contemplating "clarity." It's easy to attribute positive qualities to clarity; think of it as something better than "not knowing," better than disorientation or uncertainty.

The job my hoomin had been hoping for fell through. Technically it is still available but would require moving three hundred miles and working in a physical office for a lot less hay. The heartbreak felt clear enough.

So, he may as well stick with the job at paw and go with the flow. Maybe this is working out the way it should? Maybe it's OK, for once, to accept that a good thing happened? The job is going well enough. Inevitably, it will morph and change as all things do, but we're not there yet.

Of course, listening to all that nonsense is annoying as thump, but that's the price I pay for mind reading.

Good Night, and Good Luck!
- Espresso