Sunday, August 02, 2009

Caution: Bunny Advisory Ahead

Just a word of warning: Never take your grandchildren to the pet store without (additional) adult supervision. Their pleading eyes and heartfelt promises to feed and clean will cajole you into buying the adorably cute and cuddly little brown Bunny Brothers (and all their accessories). Even if you've never owned a bunny before and are absolutely clueless about the bunny kingdom.

Even if you made an oath that farm animals would never sit on your living room furniture. (Please note that these Bunny Brothers have promptly manipulated their way into the seat of honor. ) Even if you swore you would never intentionally on purpose have rodents with large teeth in your lovely home.



Especially if you had already planned to get a dog.
The handsome and oh-so-soft Bunny Brothers cast a spell and before you know it you are breaking all your own rules. Changing everything for their comfort!

In short order, they stealthily charm their way into power. The King of the Castle is at their mercy. Chaos reigns. The Bunny Brothers have conquered another hapless and naive family.

Be warned.

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15 comments:

Anonymous said...

:)

Anonymous said...

I love it. What we wouldn't do for our grandchildren! The bunnies seem harmless...
Love Sharon

lorensaved77 said...

THAT IS HILARIOUS!!!!!
Thanks for the laugh this morning...I needed that!


The Bunny Brothers new what they were doing!
Manipulation is part of their gift, and they landed in the Best Bunny Kingdom ever, One where the Johnson's are their keepers who will spoil them rotten!

Way to go Bunny Brothers!!!!

Anonymous said...

Uh, oh--you've been snared by the hare! What new adventures will come of this! Enjoy the whimsical antics of rabbits! (And remember: never say "never!"

Anonymous said...

OOPS-- I blew it already! Sorry, Karen, I left the above comment about the hare. I'm now identifying myself to you so you know who it was that made the previous comment...

Bunny hugs, Loretta

karengberger said...

I LOVE that first photo! That could win a contest.
I understand, and hereby heed your warning. (It happened to us with the kitten brothers, and it was our kids, as we don't have grandkids yet. We've been happier ever since they joined our family).

Anonymous said...

God comforts us in mysterious ways....also, I think they are easy to clean up after.
Gary

Jennifer Stumpf said...

ah! so cute! i know a woman who had bunnies for pets for years and she just fell in love with them all. they're wonderful creatures and companions. there's no comfort quite like a warm fuzzy critter. =)

Anonymous said...

Dogs and Bunnies get along..just ask Steve and Jackie. Tut and the bunny are best friends and run all around the house together!

Don't give up on the dog yet!

Love you - vi

Anonymous said...

I like the 1st picture - it is now my new background on my computer - lowers the BP :))

vi

Janis said...

Have you ever read "Watership Down", it's the ultimate bunny adventure.
Miss you, love you.
Janis

Cliff said...

The first pic is my new background too. That picture is cool - the other guy in the background adds to the effect.

Thanks!

Cliff said...

The first pic is my new background too. That picture is cool - the other guy in the background adds to the effect.

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love these bunnies - I have to look at the photos at least once a day!!! Mind you I said photos - I baby sat bunnies once and it was alot of work, alot of poo pellets.

vi

flowergardengirl said...

Hilarious! I guess you do look like the bunny type. Watch where you step right? At least the deposits come in pellet form--I'm supposing. How do you handle that? Do they use a litter box? I want to see you walk them.