Bunnies

This is not related to entomology at all. But I’ve got two bunnies now, and they’re hilarious and totally adorable.

I brought Rascal to a rabbit shelter (Sweet Binks Rabbit Rescue) to meet some ladies (they’re all fixed, don’t worry). He got along the best with Appledot, so I adopted her. She has really helped Rascal come out of his shell; their personalities are both so distinct. Thankfully they’re both well litter trained so they can be loose in the apartment all day, like cats. They are incredibly cute all day every day, even when they’re causing trouble.

I could talk about them all day. I’ll try not to, though. Here are some pictures and videos instead.

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Ok, that’s enough vertebrates for now. Back to the bugs!

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Posted on January 24, 2013, in Vertebrates. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I loved seeing your bunnies. I think it’s the first time that I’ve seen trained bunnies ! Both are very pretty. Thanks for sharing them with us !

  2. “Totally adorable” is absolutely right! Thanks for sharing these pics.

    Sent from my iPad

  3. It is nice they can keep each other company 🙂

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