It’s Dad here again, and you read that right – we’ve finally welcomed some new bunnies into our home.
Just like our previous pair, Chuck and Delilah are rescues and will will be sharing their life story here as well as on Twitter (once I give them access).
Chuck and Delilah were not together prior to being brought into our home, but they have bonded very well and can frequently be found snuggling together. They’re currently living in a large play-pen area and are only let out during the day when we can supervise them – although we are slowly expanding their range into the rest of the house.
Eventually – once they learn where not to go and what not to chew on – they’ll be allowed out all the time, but until then they’ll be spending much of the day (and all of the night) in their play-pen cage area.
Already we’ve learned a lot about the temperaments of these two – Chuck is a definite troublemaker but is also a bit skittish, while Delilah is a sweet girl and the most relaxed, laid-back rabbit I’ve ever seen.
So stay tuned, as more posts will definitely be coming (though I’m not sure how frequently). You can also follow the buns on Twitter as @ChuckTheBunny and @DelilahTheBunny.
Thanks to everyone who reads this blog, and we hope you enjoy reading about the Life and Times of these two new bunnies!
Dad also tells me that they are trying to raise money to build a permanent shelter & education site for rabbits – I think this is a Good Idea.
So, if you can (and I know you can), please give them a donation – even a small one would help. It’s super-easy – you can donate with PayPal on their website (you have to scroll down a bit), or donate via check or even just drop off supplies that they need!
So, c’mon. Help them out. If you do, I promise to… not disapprove of your very existence (for a little while, anyway).
Although my mum and dad regularly donate money to the kind people at SaveABunny, they need foster homes pretty badly as well. Unfortunately, these things always seem to happen way over on the other side of the country from us.
So if you happen to live near this San Jose place and can share a bit of your home with a poor lost bunny… well I think that’d be a great thing for you to do.
My dad likes to say “you can judge people based on how they treat their animals.” Things like this make me wonder about you two-foots sometimes…