Monday, August 11, 2008

Monday Bunday

Just a word from your sponsors
Eat your greens.

14 comments:

bunnygirl said...

Yay, spotty buns! That's one fine looking salad!

Carlton Jamal said...

I does, I does, I does eat all my greens! Nomnomnom! You buns are so very pwitty! x

Sophia said...

Cute Buns!

PJ said...

I love Monday Bunday. And yes, I eat my greens.

furrybutts said...

We eat our greens, too! 'cept for those yucky hard stalks and teeny broccoli heads which feel funny on our tongues :p

Rabbits' Guy said...

Their design is actually ancient sanskrit meaning "eat your greens"

M.Kate said...

Honestly, I havent seen any rabbits like this over here! They are so plump..are these the normal size? Soooo cute!! Tks for asking, the lops are recovering much better, more active but under cage confinement, no more rolling in the hay or garden for some time!! Our 3 baby bunnies are back..my goodness, they are BIG..almost the same size like our adults one. Out of 4, 3 were to be given away...but they are just too cute. I'll post some pic on my next post..esp the black one, he/she looks like a cat!! Happy week ahead, hugs always :D

Crafty Green Poet said...

what dorable photos!

ninona said...

I have liked your blog very much. The rabbits are beautiful.

A greeting from Barcelona.

FrecklesandDeb said...

I shall do as you command. It will be a sacrifice, but I will obey!
Binkies,
Freckles

ilex said...

Maxie and Cecilia eat their greens. But they are snobby buns- they prefer greens cut fresh from the garden. During summertime, they turn up their noses at farmer's market greens (just like me, actually).

Rima said...

Ahh - that one of them eating together is sweet. What are the greens?

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Sounds like everyone is eating their greens. Thanks for visiting !Tyler and Sydney are eating the Spring Salad Mix (bok choy,frisee, raddichio,red leaf lettuce, etc...) from the Farmer's Market. I tried carefully washing and drying perfectly serviceable trimmings from Farmers who were happy to give them, but no go....They do like dandelions form the garden and various herbs and chard stalks are very popular, until the chard flowers or is a bit old then the nose goes up!

mum of critters said...

ok will do :-)