Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Introducing.....

Daisy the Second. She is very sweet but still not used to us. Did I say "us"? I meant me. The kids have taken her for a walk round the yard, well..more of a bounce really but they aren't that confident in bunny handling yet. The rabbits are also a bit bewildered by the great outdoors but I have a cunning plan. Bribery and corruption.
This is Gretel. She is the smaller of the two and very cheeky, she will be the first to the wire when I go out there and talk to them. She lets Daisy push her out of the way for treats. Will work on her assertiveness!

It is still a bit of amission having these as pets. The hutch wil also need an extension, with it being ok but not ideal for two wascally wabbits.

12 comments:

Brother Tobias said...

So cute! (I want them, pink Baby Bunny harnesses and all).

The Sagittarian said...

Between bread ok for you? seriously tho BT, I find that I have become chief looker-afterer sooner than I thought I would. But they are cute.

VioletSky said...

Well, at least they are cute. You could be stuck with rats, or horny toads or something equally disgusting.

Steve said...

And you're absolutely sure they're both the same sex...? Cos bunnies do things... lots of it... How big could your hutch extension go?

Mike said...

My daughter once had two rabbits that were supposed to be the same sex.

They must have had about a billion babies.

This could be the start of something really big Amanda.

The Sagittarian said...

Violet - oh don't worry, we had the rat discussion....I said they could have rats as longas they let the cats help look after them! (Evil, me)

Steve - what's your address again?

Mike - oooh, the last time someone told me this could be the start of something big I got into all sorts of bother!!

justme said...

Bunnys in leads! How cute! Perhaps I should have a pet......less trouble than my current resident.
Thanks for commenting on my Blog. I shall now go and read some of yours!

Reluctant Blogger said...

Oh I do love bunnies and Gretel is a wonderful name. Shouldn't the other one have been Hänsel though? Then you could have crafted them a lovely little gingerbread hutch with sugar coated windows.

I suppose it would have gone soggy in the rain though, wouldn't it?

The Poet Laura-eate said...

I don't think the gingerbread hutch would have lasted a minute either way RB!

aaaaaaawwwww - I want one!

Well actually both of them!

It's moments like this that make me wish I was in enough to be fair to a pet. I guess that's the biggest advantage of having a settled life.

Pixie said...

Hi bunny girls. so cute. so very cute. I do hope this is not the start of your bunny breeding career.

The Sagittarian said...

Just me - welcome, and yes they are super cute! However, somewhat harder to evict methinks!

RB - haha, ginerbread house! They eat wood!! Honestly, they love the carrot muffins I make.

Poet - apparently bunnies are very sociable, thats why I buckled and got the sister as well. You cna have thme in about 6 weeks.

Pixie - nooooooo! They're girls. Both of them. I know where you live if they're not!

Old Cheeser said...

They are both sooooo cute! I want to reach into the screen and stroke their soft and lovely fur.