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Art: Actually Mostly About Rabbits.....
I had one of those for Tid years ago, but she never went onto the top.Very cool to see the AdventureBuns having a good time!
Bunns on High!!!!!!!!!!
oh Tyler, what can you see out there?
Thay have their own castle! Lovely, Tyler looks as if he is master of all he surveys up there!
It must feel good to be so 'tall' once in a while :D
Peaches understand why they would climb to the top of the castle: "because it's there."
Monty Python buns! Look out below!
BG- it took them a while to get up there.....RG-as above so below, they have spoken...CGP-his lettuce plantation and it is good...PG- yes, all that he sees and more.....FB-Tyler is master of bunny-ups just becuase heis a bit small....G-exactly.PJ-exactly as well.
Tyler's looking for snack flowers, no doubt.
I have always wondered whether or not Mario would know what to do with one of those castles. I suspect he'd just pee in the bottom floor. The Spots are much more adventurous.
Ilex- his flowers can be seen from here! You are right.RB-Ah, yes, peeing, right now they just seem to want to pee outside their box occasionally, and for this I am greatful!
A great vantage point to check out any approaching carrots! :-)
Looks like fun up there! Buns always seem to want to be up as high as possible!
I too love to watch from the window.Sydney I wish to join.May I ?
Hi Diana, I'm here through Tara's blog. Love your blog and your rabbits. I have two rabbits, one of which looks like Sidney. I put them both in a picture book that I wrote and illusrated, called, The Magic Rabbit. I want to bring them into our house more, but they chew the electrical cords.
the Spots look so contented Diana!nothing but being on top of the world to make a great week fantastic!(besides - don't we all want our own castle?)and hope you don't mind but a comment for Richard - I put plastic tubing from Ikea all around my electric cables - stops them being bitten :)
A-yes, they are happy, spoiled and independent. I popped over to Richard's blog and gave him some links for rabbit proofing. LOL once his rabbits get in the house they will never leave.
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