Monday, November 28, 2011

Home Sweet Home


We are very happy to be home. Biff is dreaming wildly (his whole face moves and body leans back and forth when he's dreaming). Sogna is just enjoying the space. We are happy bunnies :)

Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

13 comments:

  1. Yay for happy bunnehs! Good thing I'm not there, I'd be trying to watch Biff napping and bugging the bejeezus out of him. :)

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  2. It just occurred to me that some might take these posts the wrong way. They were certainly not meant to disparage keeping bunnies in cages. I believe that in many ways living in a nice roomy cage with plenty of "out" time is beneficial and even preferable to full-time free ranging, and we have often considered it, but always decide against it for several reasons. I'm sure some bunnies have cages bigger than my apt.

    But just as it seems cruel to cage a wild beast, so too it seems cruel to cage a pair of nearly four year old bunnies who have been free range practically their entire lives. They just can't understand it, and they become sullen and despondent, not playing, not wanting pets, just eating and laying around for days. On top of that, there is no "out" time at my parents' house because it isn't safe, between the mean old cat, the well-meaning but scary dog, and the lack of bunny proofing.

    On top of that, my parents' house is LOUD. My family is a lot more boisterous than Jon and I, the bunnies are not used to so many people being in their house, and its a split level house with mostly hardwood floors, so that really magnifies the noise. Add to that that the bunnies' cage is sequestered in an upstairs bedroom, so they can't see and make sense of the source of all that noise, for better or for worse.

    So it's not just the cage itself, but "the totality of the circumstances" (as we say in law school) that is the problem.

    We hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  3. Everybun looks very happy to be home Lisa.

    The saddest bun is one who never gets out of their cage.

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  4. Great to go visit family, but even better to get back home.

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  5. The Buns certainly look content now. Weasley gets all twitchy when he sleeps, just like Biff. Scared me when I first saw it....

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  6. I would really like to see what Biff looks like when he's dreaming!

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  7. Hannah dreams the same way. Too funny to watch!

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  8. Stopping by to wish you a very belated Thanksgiving!! Hope finals went great.

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  9. I heard it was Bifster's birthday! Hoppy Birthday!

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  10. Yeesh, I haven't posted since Thanksgiving? that's embarassing. In all fairness, I never see my apartment anymore.

    Thanks 6Buns! It was Biffington's birthday on Friday! He turned 4. Many many gifts were given.

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  11. And, he is on a road trip with his bun buddies! What better present! Wooooowhooo! Sogna is brave to go with them!

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