we have rights to you know,
not every bunny is suppose to
get all the munchies,....
Happy weekend Dot love the thread
this is a wonderfully caught rescue of a wild rabbit being saved from the fire-storm. i hope you see the rabbit being held safely in the man's hands. it truly reflects that human nature also has a strong inclination for compassion and unselfishness.
our success as a species is born from this most evolved of emotions.
"I'm tellin' ya,
those jelly beans are
right down here,
just a little bit deeper,
I'm tellin' ya,.... !"
So, here's the plan, see,.... I put my paws on her shoulders and
take a bunny sniff of her hair.
If she doesn't turn around maybe
I put my bunny face next her head and gently make contact, since
we've been friends for a while and she should know that I admire
then again, some
Joe did that and now he's been talked about as if he's next to a pervert.
So, here's the plan, see,.... I keep chewing on this carrot until
my jaws ache terribly.
It's how things are done now. Once she notices the painful expression
on my face she will think about what a very nice bunny I am and
we can confirm our bunny friendship without nary a tactile moment.
Bunnies don't touch unless it has been previously sanctioned and the
distances and details have been condoned. Even an unwanted paw
shake that is unwelcome, or too close, or too long, or too soft, or too
firm, or too shaky, or too paw-y, could be misconstrued as improper and
Happy weekend Dot