Saturday, February 13, 2010

Bridging the Divide

It's not easy being a little bun in the big city. Especially when you have splay-leg, like I do. As you can see (like most Manhattan apartments), our apartment is all hardwood floors. Biffy doesn't have so much trouble with them, but I do.

Mom has been doing her best to improvise. She bought an area rug that almost completely covers our room (If you're wondering about the pattern, it was the cheapest 7' x 10' rug Mom could find), and two 5' x 8' rugs for the big room.

But it's still not enough. Even if I can get out to the big room for playtime, I'm stuck on the little rug islands. How can a little bunny girl be expected to run a bunny 500 in these conditions?

So mom devised a plan. Here is a picture of the "bridge" that allows me to get from our room to the big room:

Still, Mom felt bad when Biffy would go play in the living room and I would be confined to the rug in the kitchen area... So she created an even BIGGER bridge so I can get to the living room!!!

Now I'm happy, because I can go anywhere Biffy can!!!


  1. Hef has to JUMP a little gap from the living room carpet to get up the stairs to his room. He won't touch the hardwood floor!
    Very nice solution!

  2. Tidbit hated hardwoods, but Cadbury barely even notices them. It's kind of a shame because I'd like to give him more freedom, but there's no place he won't go and I can't fence off and/or bunny proof everything!

  3. Heee Heee .. the place is just about ALL taken over by bunns! You should see The Princess pussy-foot across a hard floor. Totally embarassing.