Wednesday, July 3, 2013

"THE PERFECT SETUP! ...

... Got my fan, my box, plenty of fresh hay, my yellow submarine back there.  It's a good day for relaxing - ready for anything!"  -  Benji Prepared. 
"Yep.  And your slaves checking in on you every hour to see if there is anything else you need or want.  What a life.  It's a Bunn's Life!!!"  -  RG Enslaved.

7 comments:

brandi said...

Quite the bachelor pad you got there, Benge....You should ask Princess over for dinner and a show. For the show, make RG prepare dinner, you know, sort of like they do at Benihana, but with fresh greens and veggies and no grill.

Mr. Mick and Jade said...

You do indeed, Benji. You do, indeed.

Crafty Green Poet said...

Lucky Benji!

speedyrabbit said...

its is a buns life!I wouldn't mind having that kind of life either!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

I, personally, would like to opine that we have two perfect setups here. One seems to have resulted in a very happy bunn, and the other is just another poor human who has been setup.

SixBunnies said...

So happy they have such a good life! Mine are not so happy with me lately ... they are temporarily (still!) housed in our garage in our temporary sort-of house in east texas. My hubby is there with them every day and there are windows and the room is air conditioned and sealed and safe and they have 4x6 stall mats for softy feet and hubby made nice hidey boxes and everything else a bun could want ... but they have no free roam of the yard or the house right now.... so I get stomped at quite a bit! All are healthy and hardly inconvenienced ... and we're hopefully closing on the new place in a week or two and they'll have a paradise again ... but until then, they are a bit confined (each has 4x6 comfy spot) and tucked away from the rest of the house ... which is probably preferable to them actually as we are quite a noisy bunch ... poor babies! But, bunns are hard to please anyway ... yours look very well spoiled!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Dear 6bs, best of luck with the house closing. I must say it seems you are going to need most of your luck for presuming to pronounce a bunny "hardly inconvenienced." I've never even heard a bunny refer to him/herself that way. But, I do think your PR agent did the right thing by advising you to get out in front of the storm, give your side to the public first.