One house, Two people, Five Rabbits! (Oh - and a cat.)
Ooooh, a candle-holder almost as lovely as Miss Zoey. What a nice gift!
Zoey! You're so pretty and floofy!
Oh Zoey, such a beautiful bunny aren't you?
Such a lovely present and beautiful bunny. Zoey looks like she's wishing the weekend includes a bunnhouse remodel.
what a little beauty. Is it a lionhead?
"Don't hibernate mad."- I love that one! (from your comment on Lavish Life of Henry)
Zoey Bun always makes me happy! Those ears are unreal. Nothing really exists that is THAT perfect!
@Mindy - Zoey is a Lionhead.@Jim - must confess. Saw it in the latest New Yorker. I plan to add Henry's blog to my list when I get the energy to update that list! - soon.
RG what do you and BL use to groom Zoey? Whoosh is my first lionhead and I am constantly puzzled by his fur. Been brushing him and trimming a bit around his eyes so he can see a bit better but I dont think I do a very good job.
@Christina -The fur around Zoey's head is pretty full and stiff. We sometimes use a brush or comb a bit but generally don't do anything! I do push it away from her eyes everyday! BAck between her ears is wispy and gets a tnagle now and then and we just comb it or de-tangle it by hand.Chico is also a lion head but most of his mane and whiskers and stuff between his ears is really thin and soft and also takes care of itself.If you find/work-out a good technique, do share - we pretty much just bumble along!
Thanks! That is what I have been doing....bumbling along.
Scout bunny only really had half a mane. I used a tooth bruth on most of her fur and then a fine toothed flea comb on her mane. Oh, and then a piece of dried papaya to finish so I didn't get a peed on pillow of retribution.
Thanks again for taking care of our kids!
Post a Comment