Monday, March 2, 2020

Funny Bunny Monday Meme*day

Ever have people find out you have rabbits, and they start telling you how delicious they are, recipes, etc.?
It's never funny.
I've collected a few memes to use in response. The first one is new (to me) but I also posted more below it.

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

New bunny-human doppelganger

Found this one "all done" on the FB page for International House Rabbits.
Check out all the bunny-human look-a-likes HERE.

Hall & Oates
(That's the bunnies' names, too)

Friday, February 14, 2020

Happy Valentine's Day

Happy Valentine's Day!
This is your Rabbit Ramblings friendly reminder to
think of your Significant Other today
- and bring home treats.

When Bunya shed a heart onto his forehead.

Did you forget a gift for somebunny?

Monday, February 3, 2020

Funny Bunny Monday Meme*day

Ethel used to spend 80% of her evening by my chair, staring at me for treats. After a few years of that method, she now runs around my chair and lays down Field of Poops, Poophenge, Poop Circles...

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

Happy New Year!

I remember 2019 like it was yesterday.
Hope you had a fun celebration and feel great on this first day of 2020!

Image may contain: possible text that says 'No more carrotinis I swear! Just, please, make the bed stop spinning. On Facebook: Holly the Bunny Holly reads When the room is not spinning.'
Holly the Bunny on Facebook

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Happy New Year! (+ some bunny & human care)

New Year's reminder from the humans:
Bunnies do NOT like fireworks.
It stresses them just like other sudden and/or loud noises.

If your bunny's neighborhood is firecracker noisy, keep the buns cool and quiet.
Close the windows and doors. Close the blinds to reduce flashes.

If needed to "cover" firecracker noise, play music - peaceful, easy listening (not loud).
Think elevator music. No hair bands or hare bands. Stay away from 1812 Overture.
Your TV service might even have a suitable channel in its lineup - you just never tune to those channels.

If you do not already have boxes for them to play on and in, get some plain cardboard boxes (not slick or a lot of ink/color; no staples, labels or tape). Cut at least two openings in each box big enough for your bunny to get in and out ... they can hide in them, to further mute the noise and feel a little safer.

Keep them company and reassure them that everything's okay. Pet them if they are the petting kind of bunnies. Have a couple of healthy treats handy (Bunya told me to say that).


A message from Bunya:
Hi there. Bunya here.

First, Ethel and I want to wish you a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year.

Please be careful in your celebrations. If you drink, don't drive.
We don't have anything against moderate imbibing ... the humans don't know it but we always ferment a little carrot juice to celebrate, too. But we are staying home to celebrate. We hate cars.

Even if you don't drink, be careful driving, because not everyone is as smart as you.
Don't text while driving either. Just concentrate.

Also, be kind to each other next year. And beyond.
Be kind to all pets and animals, too. (But especially bunnies.)

Have fun & be safe!

Found this:

Tuesday, December 24, 2019

Wishing you a very bunny Christmas!!!

One of my all-time favorite bunny pictures, my standard Christmas bun - and it's not even our bunny!

*Sigh*  Okay, Mom, I'll pose because it makes you so happy
and, after all, I am so darn cute.

This is Mr Cookie, one of the cutest bunnies ever and my way of wishing everyone a joyous, happy and safe holiday! Hope Santa Paws bring you what you want and, most importantly, what you need.

[Mr Cookie passed over the Rainbow Bridge about the same time we lost our Lucy, August of 2015. The internet and our hearts allow our treasured pets to live on and I hope they're having fun together over the bridge.]

Monday, December 23, 2019

Not-So-Funny Bunny Monday Meme*day

Help somebunny's holiday wish come true. 
Pet rescues are overloaded with wonderful pets someone abandoned. You can help:

If you have room in your holiday budget, make a donation to your favorite shelter. Here are a couple of great ones:

Please - Do not give pets as gifts.