"Okay, guys, let's go! Hitting any one of the fake gravestones at the Fluffingtons' is par 3; hitting the giant blow-up Frankenstein at the O'Hares' is par 2, and hitting any doorbell is par 5 AND you get first trading dibs if you make a doorbell hole-in-one !"
:D Hoppy Halloween everyone!!
Thanks, Lauren, for the totally adorable photo of Theodore in his costume! Lauren says, "This year, my 5-year-old Netherland Dwarf bunny, Theodore, wanted to be a Scottish golfer for Halloween! We think he looks fabulous in his red plaid attire and custom-made golf clubs and bag!" Haha, love it!! ...If you didn't notice, everything is handmade, complete with mini clubs made out of bendy straws and felt ;) So creative!!
"Coconut's sitting on all the game snacks!! How can we watch the World Series without eats?!"
:D This totally adorable bunch is a family of babies up for adoption with the 3 Bunnies Rabbit Rescue of East Hartford, CT. You can find out more about them on their Petfinder page here... good luck, little ones! Bet you'll have new homes in no time, with those faces! ;)
Boing ! :D I love how happy this bunny looks :) So bouncy and explore-y! And no wonder... it's probably a bit hard to read the yellow text here, but this is Dixon, a boy bun who was found as a stray, and has since been growing more comfortable with living with people, and enjoying the good life. He is up for adoption with the Against All Odds Rabbit Rescue of Calgary, Alberta, looking for a new home (likely with just as sweet a cardboard fort setup!!)... and maybe a girl bun! Good luck, Dixon :) Hope you find your new people soon!
With time running out team Bun sacks the quarterback again!
This adorable bonded pair are Arthur & Mira. They're up for adoption with the House Rabbit Network in Woburn, MA. Read more about them on their Petfinder page here. Good luck bunlets! I hope you're adopted soon!! :D
"Me 'n Eeyore have big plans for the weekend... most of them involve taking full advantage of this super-soft fleece blanket! Ahhh, blisssss..."
:D This is Mr. Jingles, a happy little rescue bun... adopted two years ago with an ear infection and head tilt, today he is just fine! According to his owners, he still has a head tilt, but gets acupuncture every month and loves it (aw!), which really helps. He certainly looks as though he is used to the good life :)
Thanks, Joe and Erin, for the totally adorable photo of Mr. Jingles (and Eeyore)! So cute!!
"...oh, great, did you just take a photo of me eating?! Well, that is NOT going on my adoption page !"
:D Hee!! Such a cute angle :P
This is Jordan, a pretty girl who's up for adoption with the Columbus, Ohio Chapter of the House Rabbit Society. You can read more about her on their site here... good luck, girl!! You sound line a very fun bunny ;)