Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Off to the vet surgery

The day started off so well with a massive supply of hay and a bundle of treats. But it's gone downhill. I have been bundled into a carry case and driven to Laurencekirk where bunmum always gets sent away while I am poked and prodded.

Today I am told they are going to flush my eye ducts without sedation. I'd like to see them try!

Monday, 6 December 2010

The Plastic Tree

It's that time of year again, Dylan's favourite hiding place is reconstructed!

Let me try it out for you Dylan..

Dylan says 'you can't see me', dumb rabbit.

He now says 'where are the decorations?' I think bundad has given up for today Dylan.

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Our Snow Bunny

Bunmum and bundad attempted their snow bunny. It doesn't look like this since the birds have eaten it's peanut eyes and pulled out it's whiskers.

I am not impressed at all with it.

Through the British Bunnies facebook page I have now seen a far superior effort!

By Jemmy Bunklett

Friday, 3 December 2010

Snow Bunny

With all the snow covering the UK bunmum has decided it has to be time to attempt to make a snow bunny. Could it be possible? Well we might find out today if she finds the energy to do it.

You see bunmum is what is apparently called 'pregnant'. As a result she generally lies around all day feeling tired and on the odd occasion she runs to the toilet in a hurry. Bundad says my life is about to change considerably and that fills me with dread. I think I may become an outdoor bunny?! Dylan is oblivious to the fuss and will probably remain so until the arrival of the little human at which point Dylan will probably permanently hide.

Since my last post I have been to the vet surgery where they made me sleep for a while and they filed my back teeth and flushed out my tear ducts. Not a nice experience I can tell you. Today bunmum and bundad are going to walk to the vets with me where no doubt it will be decided that this whole procedure will be done again. My wee face is wet and bunmum keeps insisting on putting drops in my eyes. It is not much fun to think that I might have to visit that surgery every ten weeks to have my teeth and eyes sorted! But I know I'm in good hands and Dylan does his best to try and stop the eye drop torture by generally putting himself in the way of the bottle.

So, watch this space and perhaps you may see a snow bunny.