Saturday, July 14, 2012

HOUSE OF RABBITS - UNPLUGGED

It almost never happens here - but there was quite a lightning and thunder storm Friday evening for several hours.  As a precaution we shut down and unplugged!  (The bunns seemed all nonchalant, while Kitty Boy was pretty hyper.)  Anyway, it took awhile to get up and running this Saturday morning, and here we are!
"How do you like the Carnival-ride so far, Zoey?"  "When does it go up and down and round and round?  All I see is your Butt."

13 comments:

anonymous said...

Sorry to hear about the scary weather, but very glad to see that each little fuzzy Noah had an ark. You call him weird, but Kitty Boy may be the brains in your paradise. There is an old saying, "If there is no fear, there is no hope."

I think it means if you're not concerned, nothing is going to happen and that could be bad. Anyway, be nice to KB and respect his take on things. Regret you had extra work to do, but you took the right measures. How are the hops doing? Did the lightening hit it?

Crafty Green Poet said...

Sorry you've had bad weather, Zoey and Chico look adorable as ever there,

brandi b said...

Wow, Z has such a pretty floofy Angora face in this pic, RG. Are you sure she is a lionhead? I swear I almost see ear tassles.

I totally could stare at Chico's butt for hours! Bunny butts are KYOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!!!

RG, at least y'all don't tornados.

Anonymous, since when has a cat's wisdom surpassed that of a raabit?

Michelle May said...

This has been such a crazy year for weather. Mother Nature is just totally ticked off with all of us.
Glad ya'll are ok.
Totally funny photo of those two fuzzy one's. Love it.
xx

Hef's Mom said...

Sometimes its good to unplug, relax and take it easy

anonymous said...

Brandi B, I, I don't know...We've been calling the place paradise...maybe it is. You know like " before the fall" and cats are still smart and bunnies fall in love, even with humans. I mean I am just grabbing at straws here, anything to explain this colossal aberration. Bunnies are always falling in love with each other and that leads to some impairment of judgement, but falling for their hoomins. It's a terrifying thought, but there is also a long trail of chilling documentation, if you look at the pictures carefully. Did you see Winston the other day. And, and BL mows the lawn and cooks! It's going to be newly labelled Area 52/ Area Household of Rabbits. Get your van and some binoculars. We have work to do!

Rabbits' Guy said...

You Ladies with Vans stay clear.

anonymous said...

Okay, RG. I'm sorry I just got a little carried away. And, due to a clerical error in my post, Area Household of Rabbits, the Feds will never catch on, be able to follow up. Anyway, Binky On Special Terrestrials!

speedyrabbit said...

well cants are always hyper wired to stuff like that,but Bunnies they have the attitude if I can't do any thing about it ain't no point in worry what will be will be,cause they bunns do feel fear they just don't worry about fear,Me I kinda like that about bunns.and you guys can always have the weather we are having in the UK,Floods and Rain pretty much everyday for about 4 months now,its gotten to the stage where I don't watch the forcast as its more of the same.YUCK!

anonymous said...

SR, I am so sorry about your weather. You take good care of yourself. There has been a lot of dangerous weather in so many places. There are a lot of expressions in Shakespeare suggesting that it would be nice if what is past mending should be passed care. I bet you read him a lot in school.

bunnits said...

LOL! "Special Terrestrials." I like that.

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Jade said...

Glad to hear everyone and everybun is safe and sound--nasty storms are scary things. Love the "carnival riders"!