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Meet Bun-Bun!

On Friday night I came home from Happy Hour to find my son and husband cooing over a little bunny that they had found in the yard.  We just so happened to have a rabbit cage(I have no idea why or how we got it), so they trapped him and put him in the cage.  We quickly set it up for Bun-Bun, and I went back out to get hay, pellets, a water bottle and some fresh veggies.

Once in a while I see bunnies in my Hazel Valley neighborhood.  I would tell my husband but he would never believe me.  I think that sometimes people get tired of caring for their animals and they decide to abandon them.  This may be what happened to Bun-Bun(or his mom).  We live near a gulley, and I can only imagine how many critters live there.

So far, of all the vegetables I've given him, he loves cilantro the most.  He gets very excited when he's eating it, and very disappointed when he runs out of it.

And, for the record, we haven't exactly decided on a name yet.  I call him Bun-Bun, my 7 year-old son calls him Lou and my husband calls him IHop. We'll see what name sticks!

 

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Comment balloon 4 commentsLisa Bosques • May 18 2008 04:24PM

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Lisa,

Rabbits can make wonderful pets and can even be trained to use a litter box. Good luck with Bun-Bun, Lou or IHop.

Posted by Susan Peters, The Better it Looks the Better it Sells (Dove Realty Inc.) about 9 years ago

Have fun training your bunbun! They are very sweet, gentle creatures and can be quite the nice cuddlers.

Posted by Sarah Nopp about 9 years ago

Funny about your new BunBun (that's what I call bunnies too!) I have recently twice seen a little black bunny with some white on one foot and a bit on a shoulder in my yard.  The first time was at the door to my garden shed where I have food for stray cats (the starlings and blue jays dine there too!) and I was worried about it.  I tried to lure it close, but it was too shy, so I just tossed the carrots I had in it's general direction.  I know it's a pet that was "set free" (not very responsible) although it could have escaped.  Worried though I was, I decided it would have a nicer life out in my garden/yard and the neighbors since there is plenty to eat and I always have water out for animals.

Have fun with your BunBun...I hope that name wins!

Posted by Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent (Realty Executives -BRIO) about 9 years ago

Funny about your new BunBun (that's what I call bunnies too!) I have recently twice seen a little black bunny with some white on one foot and a bit on a shoulder in my yard.  The first time was at the door to my garden shed where I have food for stray cats (the starlings and blue jays dine there too!) and I was worried about it.  I tried to lure it close, but it was too shy, so I just tossed the carrots I had in it's general direction.  I know it's a pet that was "set free" (not very responsible) although it could have escaped.  Worried though I was, I decided it would have a nicer life out in my garden/yard and the neighbors since there is plenty to eat and I always have water out for animals.

Have fun with your BunBun...I hope that name wins!

Posted by Deborah Burns ~ Seattle Real Estate Agent (Realty Executives -BRIO) about 9 years ago

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