We gratefully acknowledge the original 'Disapproving Rabbits' website, that inspired this site, and its creators, Sharon, Bill, Cinnamon, and Dougal. Without you, we would not be here. We Approve Of You!

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Thursday, May 21, 2015


Oh yes, today is inspection day of course. We'll see if you worked in the fields like you said you did.

- Thank you Kenneth and Kaci!
PS:  Spirit is a member in good standing of the Desert Warren, (from Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue) rescue adopted 2 years ago.  The Desert Warren is Ken's nick name for their bunnies. They reside in the Phoenix area. He can be found on Bunspace  http://www.bunspace.com/view_bunny?bunid=23066


Anonymous said...

Our handsome fellow Spirit is now famous. All is well : ) Spirits Dad

RG said...

Look at that little white nose! Shining the light of disapproval throughout this "Phoenix Area."

(I have been to the "Phoenix Area. It is a vast land of much field-space for work. The grand mansions and flowing fountains are but facades to lure the unsuspecting hoomin into bunny slave duty!)

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Gosh, they have to work in the fields after they get home from the tar pits? Let's make that "infamous." Spirit is now infamous. "Famous" was just . . . well, just one of those words Dads like to use when thinking about their bunny boys.

RG said...

AJ - I don't think they have Tar Pits in the "Phoenix Area" I think they have Golf Courses. Hoomins spend endless hours whacking little white balls into ponds and small holes. Earn prize money to buy hay.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

"Golf"? I never knew what it was called. I just referred to it as the balls vs. the humans. The balls are really out to torture the humans, but what do you expect when you go around whacking at something and then leave them to scheme in dark bags. Sorry, I got a little distracted. RG, what kind of a deal did the bunns offer you to say there were no tar pits in the Phoenix area? A lunch break? They told you you could have a lunch break, didn't they? Is the Dessert Warren where "Mad Max" was filmed, the old and the new one? TV shows previews and we have seen the ears sticking out of the less carefully coiffed cast members. Let me tell you folks, disregard RG. In the old version, I am pretty sure they were fighting over tar pits.

sallyneary said...

Good that they maintain this field for growing rabbit delicacies, amidst all the sand.