Understanding Bunnies, Part 2

Lesson two: how to tell if it’s time to feed your bunny.

It’s always time to feed your bunny. But there are different ways to communicate how late you are with feeding your bunny. For example:

Feed me now:

gus waiting for breakfast

Why haven’t you fed me yet?

gus is checking to see why breakfast hasn't been served yet


gus portrait






8 responses to “Understanding Bunnies, Part 2”

  1. brandi Avatar

    No matter how on time I am to feed my bunnies, they always act like I am late. You just cannot please a rabbit. Period.

  2. Janis Avatar

    When I saw the title, I thought “it’s always time to feed the bunnies” and then saw your answer! I am a well trained human. I know it’s always time to feed them and yet I am still always late. Gus, you look very much like my Squirtford, except he is grayer around the nose. Check him out!

  3. the bunns Avatar

    … “Always Late” … and yes, like many things rabbit, it is the title of a Country Song …

  4. speedyrabbit Avatar

    yep I see these all the time,xx Rachel

  5. Mr. Mick (and Jade) Avatar

    Feeding is NEVER on time–it’s always varying stages of late. Foo’ humans–you’d think they could get it right maybe once in a while.

  6. brandi Avatar

    Happy Turkey Day, Gus and Betz and Mom and Dad!!!!
    Gobble Freakin’ Gobble!!!!

  7. brandi Avatar

    Merry Christmas Gus, Betz, mom and dad!!!!!!

  8. Paula Ackroyd Avatar
    Paula Ackroyd

    Gus and Betsy I hope you both had a wonderful Christmas in your new house. Have a great New Year.

    Sawyer, Max, Ruby, Elby, Eddie, Bailey and Binx plus Fawn and Reese the Fosters.