Sunday, June 03, 2012

New Wheels



In my continued attempts to bond Harriet and Amelia so that I don't have so many fences to climb over, I invested in a pet stroller, it's made by Pet Gear and was discounted. Although there were cheaper ones, I felt I needed a sturdy one for two big girls. This one can stroll 30 pounds, even together they are under the legal limit; we could throw Tyler in if we wanted to live dangerously. I have taken them out twice. The first time just around the block,  the second time we parambulated for some 6 blocks. So far no one has commented, dared to comment. Although when the back seat passenger of a turning car looked into the stroller I swear she said "Those are some of the weirdest babies I've ever seen." Admittedly I am not a professional lip reader. What my exact plans are in terms of bonding, I don't know, but taking the two girl buns for a little walk is easy and requires only one piece of special equipment. So far they have been very good, no animosity at all.  It's a step by step process, and the steps can change at any time.











16 comments:

Junkstylediva said...

Great idea! I have seen dogs and one cat in a stroller but never a rabbit.etigove

Christina said...

I like it! I wonder if Mills would.....hmm

Jade said...

Nothing but the best carriage will do for the Queens.

divakitty said...

Oh I expect many stories of stolls with the Queens.

Cara Drouin said...

I hope it works.

Glenna said...

You have made my day. The deliciousness of it. There is a woman in my neighborhood who strollers her 4 little dogs. They seem lively enough, although she seems to be flagging, so I'm thinking they should stroller (apparently it's a verb) her.

Glenna said...

And where are their bonnets?

speedyrabbit said...

Fab idea its neutral and a small space and a new experience for them to sure together

Michelle May said...

My friend had one for her puppy. I think this is just so darn cool! Glad the girls are behaving on their outing.

bunnits said...

I love it! I had one of those that was given to me by a friend who had gotten it for her Jersey Wooley. After about a year of being a bun owner, she became very allergic to bun and he and the stroller came to live at my house. I really enjoyed strolling the buns. My neighbors always gave me weird looks, but they think Im nuts anyway. Unfortunately, the stroller was destroyed in our garage fire. I haven't gotten around to replacing it.

Paula said...

I'm so glad they're behaving. And I also think they should be wearing bonnets.

I've had a carriage sitting in my cart on Amazon for a while. Maybe it's time to show Keating a bit of the neighborhood!

Friend of the Animals said...

Great idea! And for sure, the last thing someone would expect in a stroller is bunnies...

Crafty Green Poet said...

oh how sweet! Good luck with the bonding!

M.Kate said...

Hello D!!! well, I missed you. I missed the buns too. Well, pet stroller? that's a first for me. If i see the bunnies in one here (doubt if there is such thing), I wont hesitate to cuddle them haha :) I am sure you'll draw a LOT of attention for sure. Great way to cosy up and bond...just hope no bun loose any fur too. xoxo :)

RoadBunner said...

I remember those days! I used to put Mario and Chloe in a carrier and would strap that onto a luggage wheeled carrier and walk them around and around my little studio. Fingers crossed! Good luck!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Well, first of all, the Brits do that quite a bit I think; and second - at least they aren't strapped in a carrier on the top of your car!

Plus - it is a great idea!