One house, Two people, Six Rabbits! (Oh - and a cat.)
Mojee does. She is the only one.
Mick does sometimes; it makes him look like a very short and possibly elderly gentleman. All he needs is a proper suit, hat and cane. :)
oh gosh how cute...
Betsy ALWAYS does that. Gus... not so much.Betsy's just classy like that.
YES!!! It's it is so unfair of them!!!! It's almost evil! Who can deny a bun ANYTHING when they do that??? They get whatever they want when they do that. Luna always days that to me, with her little brown nose sticking up in the air, stretching like she's trying to get sooooo close to me ... It's all a manipulation tool! Hahahaha!
Hef is a straigh paw kinda guy, he seems to stretch them way down, like he doesn't want to get too far from the floor.
How very dainty of him!
The rabbit world seems to be divided between crossers and non-crossers, possibly a genetic trait.
Benji is just wanting to know if, when you are finished cleaning his living quarters, will there be fresh oats and snuggles for him???? Paw-leeease?
I don't know why he does it, but it's damn cute. I don't think either of mine do that but I will pay more attention next time they periscope.
I wonder how that's workin' out for him. I'm pigeon toed, myself.
My bunny does that. He's very cute and I just feel such an urge to cuddle him when he does that.
I don't know if Clovis is a paw crosser. Now I'm curious to see if he is.
Chloe did it all the time. She also would prairie dog all the time. I use to think she just wanted to walk on two legs.
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