Monday, May 02, 2011

Sleeping


A very important part of a rabbit's life is sleep, they sleep, nap and dream during much of afternoon. Waking if necessary. Rabbits are diurnal, meaning they are most active in the mornings and evenings. At this warren there can be activities in the very wee hours, but never without a nap break or at least a deep meditation. If humans spent more time sleeping and dreaming the world would be in a lot less trouble than it is.


Amelia (top and bottom) 05/02/2011

7 comments:

mum of critters said...

so ti ti!

Jade said...

Oh, dear--I see Miss Amelia getting ready to unleash some major disapproval. I hope you escaped without injury.

The Fab Furs said...

"Naps for all!" would be a political platform I could support.

Rabbits' Guy said...

I'm with Jade. Amelia may be napping, but she IS watching!!!!

Break out the treat bag!

divakitty said...

Oh Squee

bunnits said...

I love to catch the bunnies napping.

In agreement with your thoughts that napping and dreaming would improve the world.

Paula said...

I have never seen Keating asleep, it must be a carry over from his feral days. He's relaxed but always ready. Snoooooze away Lady A.