Thank you for your service.
Wishing you calmness and good health.
For another Veterans Day post, see My Army Bunny Family .
Saw this adorable bunny ready helicopter ears and could not withstand – it screamed “Meme other! “.
How many of you are old enough to actually recall when TVs had “rabbit ears” you used to adjust the television reception? (I am. )
Sometimes, I find a picture hence cute, I want to meme and position it right away.
More often than not, a #bunnybuttfriday post on the RR Facebook page
lends itself to a caption.
Had one of each on the market now.
Ethel, last night, scarfing down the 3rd lower hay by herself.
Quite the mouthful there, Ethel.
[Found unsigned/uncredited. If you know who the cartoonist/artist is,
please post links to their websites and/or social media pages in the comments. Thank you.]
“Did I say you could stop?”
Ethel will not take “direct” head rubs from a human, so when Bunya settles in for a massage, she puts her head as close to his as she can and allows herself to join in… while she closes her eyes and pretends that it is Bunya grooming her.
(Note massage indent on Bunya’s head.)
Hooray, summer 2019 is officially here! You know what that means – it’s time to crank that air conditioning way up, especially if you live in a place plagued by a heat wave. We can’t help you physically cool down, but we do hope you can relax with some memesin an air-conditioned place!
Bunnies can’t talk, but they communicate if you know how to listen.
For example, check out: The Language of Lagomorphs – Your Guide to Rabbit Communication
Just last night, I was commenting to DrMrsBunnyMom that 90% of my personal Facebook feed is other bunny pages I follow.
Then I saw this.
The rabbit in this meme is one of hundreds just rescued in a confiscation (story here
). Rabbit Rescues across the county are stepping in to help rehabilitate and adopt out these poor rabbits. Already at capacity, shelters expect a flood of rabbits after Easter, as the “Easter Bunny” impulse purchases are abandoned.
If you can help a rabbit rescue in any way (volunteer, foster, adopt or donate), it will be greatly appreciated and will save bunny lives.
Vincent is a about to become a “foster fail” – but don’t tell him yet – or anyone, because with those ears, he’ll hear you.
Rescues need volunteers, foster homes to expand their capacity, adopters and donations.
Wishing everyone a safe and peaceful celebration.
Yes, I did get this “no room at the inn” notice from my phone’s back-up cloud.
And, yes, this was my first thought.