Gus really doesn’t like the smell of human food – especially when mum & dad fry anything. ICK!
But mum has started writing about her food, and she seems to like it. But it’s not for me – not for bunnies at all, I’d say – but still, it’s my mum (I love my mummy) so if you are a human or like human food, see what my mum has to say about it here. (Be nice to her, she’s new to this stuff – not an expert blogger like me!!)
Of course, I can’t help but notice that one of the rabbits there looks a lot like me!
Still, it’s a very nice story, and I’m glad the kitty is eating and being taken care of. Still, it was weird for dad to have found this story on a site that normally talks about those video-game thingies. Ah well, we all know that rabbits transcend all boundaries and barriers!
One of the commenters to the story said:
“I’ve always joked that rabbits are just vegan cats. Maybe I wasn’t joking.”
While not stricly true, it is a good analogy – one that even dad uses sometimes to explain keeping rabbits indoors to people who don’t “get it.”
Me? I just always like to see animals rescued (being a rescue myself). Speaking of which, maybe I should go give mum and dad a nose bump for saving me…
Dad pulled these pictures out the other day (and they’re actual “photos” on paper & everything!) and he got all sad. I guess this was one of his first pets from long, long ago. Dad said his name was “Mario” – and that he was named after the race-car driver, not the video game character.
I guess they call them a “guinea pig?”
Hey, I do the same thing!
Looks comfy to me!
I just noticed – dad keeps a picture of this guinea pig on his desk. I guess he really loved him.
Aww, don’t be sad, dad, I’m sure he’s in a happy place with lots of yummy greens.
Kind of a sad thing to remember, but still – there were all those good times, right? And now you’ve got me & Betsy!