When I picked them up, they all turned their backs and flipped me off (if you have bunnies, you know what this looks like... it's the bunny way of shooting you the "bird"). Talk to the butt because the bunny's pissed at you.
|Huddled together in the carrier on the ride home.|
Ears were shaking like leaves in a hurricane.
|With their new rug came a new long tube|
(in the center of the rolled up carpet).
Happy to see they didn't just hide at home,
but explored and played.
AFTER flipping me off as they exited the carrier. AGAIN.
|You can see the prior rug tube|
(bigger diameter) at the top of this picture.
They've chewed through parts and still love it.
|After the morning rituals,|
Ethel, as usual, seeks the high ground.
This is the highest perch they can reach.
|And there Ethel settled.|
And home is home again.