Monday, November 01, 2010

Monday Bunday


click title to see the film short


click title to see film short


The films are very short for the reason that if they went on any longer the pumpkin would be gone. All the buns have sampled on of the home grown pumpkins and their appetites are well and truly whetted for this winter treat, which they go after like sharks on a rump roast, if I may use a predator metaphor to make a point.

Enter November with a scarf and without fear.


17 comments:

mum of critters said...

Bunderful! I miss having buns around to "help" with things! Thanks for the video so I can live vicariously thru the rabbits4! Awesome carving job to you too!

Cara said...

They love their pumpkin! Silver does not recognize it as food.

bunnits said...

They did a great job!

Really cute videos.

Jade said...

Mr. Mick was given a little pumpkin of his own. Being that he is Mr. Mick, he gave it a sniff, but was unsure as to what to do with it. Perhaps cutting into it a little will give him some idea.

Ellen Shipley said...

Kewt vids! And listen to those teeth!

Crafty Green Poet said...

it's always such a fine line between creativity and destruction with bunnies, but Harriet and Amelia made a wonderful job of this sculpture!

The human said...

Wow! Never knew buns liked pumpkin!!

Lynn Fisher said...

I love your blog...I used to own rabbits, and they are such little entertainers. What a good job they did on the pumpkin!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Wow! I heard that given enough time a family of monkeys could type a reasonable story, but for two rabbits to create that masterpiece - well - wow!

And yes - we will fear no November!

(Although twas the month of the Edmund Fitzgerald.)

Paula said...

What cutie pies, munching never looked or sounded so good.

bunnygirl said...

What bunderful artists they are! So much talent!

Nicole said...

Hi Diana,
haha, very funny videos - and this sound! You really have cute guys - always nice to have a look at the Monday Bunday.

Nicole

Heart of a Cowgirl said...

Great shots! Sharks on a rump roast.. haha

Christina said...

ooooo, Millie is very jealous of this.

Lisa said...

Nom Nom Nom. Nice work girls!

My buns are jealous. they have yet to taste a pumpkin.

I can't help fearing November at least a little.

M.Kate said...

wow! beautiful pumpkin carving :) I am sure the buns are so happy chowing down. Happy week-end ahead, the weeks seem to pass so fast....hugs/M

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

MK-they are all wildly eating some out home grown pumpkins, much excitement.
L-Will B and S like pumpkin, I wonder. Get a good scarf..
C-get that girl a pumpkin!!
HOC-just waiting to use that one...
N-thnx for leaving a comment and enjoying the buns:)
BG-they could go on for a long time, well until the pumpkin was gone.
P-it's deafening when they are all 4 eating celery, I have to wear ear plugs.
RG-typewriters and pumpkins have a lot in common. (that ought to stump him for awhile).
LF-aren't they just the best, thnx for leaving a comment :)
the H-many love pumpkin. I had a rabbit who couldn't eat hay and she survived for many years on pumpkin and pellets. Pumpkin has sufficient fiber to keep the digestion moving.
CGP-it is a fine and heavily supervised line, indeed.
ES-them teeths is sharp and fast!!
J-Mr. Mick is so civilized, yes do try a cut or two, good luck.
B-they want their own pumpkins next year, I'm not sure if they are clear on the concept though...
C-yes, we know about Silver, she wants it all on a silver spoon.
MOC-rabbits4 asthma free entertainment at your service :)