Don't think of it as "going to the tar pits",
think of it as going out to get my treats via the scenic route.
Angela says "He is the one who gets acupuncture on a weekly basis. He has to be the most disapproving bun out of all 6 fosters. (...) He has come a long way since July 17th. He is no longer flinging when he is pet. And he loves eating treats from people's hands now. This was after a week of being in our house."
- Thank you Angela!
PS: Kramer got grabbed by the ears and tossed into a carrier by the rescue personnel which contributed to medical problems. We're still glad fire-fighters got to him and got him out.
This concludes our little, impromptu mini-series on Angela's fosters. I'm sure we'll hear about how the bunch is recovering and we'll keep everyone posted :-)
Even we don't get grabbed by the ears and tossed in the Tar Pits. Thankfully.
(No, we get the "scenic route" along the well-worn path lined with inspirational signage - like "A Carrot or more a day keeps the V.E.T. away"
Scarey to go through all that,xx Rachel
Ouch! By his ears?? No wonder he disapproves. But bunny acupuncture is fabulous, so he'll certainly recover quickly :)=
-Jen (Kohl's mom)
Well, keep increasing his treats. That's sure to work.
Disapprove until you feel better, bunny. This disapprove some more : ) We are so sorry to hear what happened and hope for the best and send healing vibes for bunnies and humans Ken & Kaci
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