Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Baby Bunnies - Day Twenty

'See my pretty fur & little ears?'

Not much new today. I got them a little 'busy bunny' willow stick ball to play with and chew on. They like it a lot and one even took it into the ball into their box where they sleep. They are busy getting into everything and we have to watch them carefully when they are out of the cage because they want to go in every possible niche they can fit into. They like to sneak in and out of papa's cage (he has bigger slots on his cage then mama's cage so they like to visit him). I know it will take a little while, but I hope they figure out how the litter box works - it would be very nice if they were litter box trained when we try to find them homes.  : ) 

Here they are munching on mom's food...

'What's out there?'

This little one with the 'busy ball' in his box

The escape... watch the upper left corner!

' I spy something green..'


d. moll, said...

These are such cute little buns! I hope you have an easy time finding them families. Sorry, I'm in California and already have two rabbits.

Andrewbun said...

OMG soo adorable and precious!!

Andrewbun's Mom

YowlYY said...

Hi there,
Your blog and the bunnies are fantastic! I read all the posts and well done for taking care of the bunnies so well. They are absolutely lovely, all of them. So are you going to have mum and dad fixed, to avoid another unwanted litter?
Just one word of caution: I would advise to remove the gate of the cage completely when the bunnies are out and about, because one of the little ones could get trapped in between the bars, and cause serious harm. I know of a bunny (fully grown) that got a leg caught in it, and as he twisted it snapped. Unfortunately, they could not put pins in and had to amputate :(
All the best to the furry family...looking forward to reading more of your blog (and watch the cute pictures!)

Fiona Bun said...

Hi Babies!!!!

Grr, Midnight & Cocoa said...

AHHHHHH! They've got to be the most adorable little things we've ever seen!

Mo said...

Came here via The Cat Blogosphere.
Great pictures!
Thanks for sharing this adventure!

Lola said...

oh my goodness they are adorable! I always wondered what Lola would have looked like when she was that young! What a great idea for a blog! Welcome to the rabbit community! Err... warren!

HRH Yao-Lin said...

oh my cat, you little bunnies are simple edible. i mean that in a good way! The human is going ' squeeeee'!

Zippy, Sadie and Speedy said...

Omigosh, they are soooo cute! We're in Milwaukee too, small world.

Orable & Charlie said...

What absolutely darling little creatures you are! I just want to nuzzle your fur with my little wet nose!

licks, slobbers and good luck!

Karen Jo said...

What cute little bunnies! Thank you for sharing all the pictures of them.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Well, that is some family! We once had Thelma and Louise. One was really Big Bad Boy!!!

Great job of showing and describing their life .. I know they are a handful, and you got to keep them until maybe 7 or 8 weeks before they should go! We just got narrow-hole fencing at the feed store and made a huge pen! And, we did not have the mother to contend with!

I will give you a good plug on our blog and add your link too. BUT - you got to keep up the posts, at least a few per week, other wise off you go!!! You'll gets lots of traffic with fun pictures!

You could submit that early pic with the teeth and whiskers to the Disapproving Rabbbits site!

FrecklesandDeb said...

We had a great time exploring your blog and watching your baby buns grow! We'll put a link on our blog so we can find our way back to keep track of their progress!

Tara said...

Oh man oh man, cute overload!


The Furry Fighter said...

oh boy this is tooo cute!
i had a Dutch bunny friend who lived with me for many years - he was called Double and was black and white.

seeing your bunnies makes me miss him so much! xxxx

MISS PEACH >(^.^) said...

Oh thank you for sharing your bunny babies with us! They have brought back such wonderful memories of my childhood days in Germany when my Opa used to raise rabbits. I enjoyed watching yours grow day after day and remembered each stage. Easter was a delightful time as we always had baby bunnies in the nests. Every morning I would rush back in the garden and look to see how they have made it through the chilly nighs. We would hang heavy blankets over the front of the cages to ward off the winds. Thank you again and good luck.
Purrrs Miss Peach