Our life with 4 Reno rabbits adopted from Best Friends Animal Society in 2006, and many adopted and foster buns from the Humane Society. This blog is dedicated to our beloved Jasper, Raisin and foster, Buddy, who left this earth too soon.
Saturday morning when I went out to feed the boys I find Gerald's face covered in dirt. Most of the dirt part of the rabbitat is covered in wood (which you can't see in the picture because it's covered in dirt), but there is a spot where there is no wood covering (because we ran out of large boards). So when they boys dig a hole I throw what ever I can find into it, so when they dig again they can't go far. It's funny (not really) because they are a tag team. One digs, then they both move the dirt, then the other digs. Good job guys, you made me late for work (yes, on a Saturday).
on earth, to me, are spiders. I can't stand 'em. They are all gross and creepy. A few years ago one put me in a panic attack. So last night when I went out to feed the boys I see a big nasty in a web that has just got to go. I don't kill them, just move them. Especially this kind, they are big, fat (round like a mushroom top) and very slow. I only see them outside, and in September/October. Here he is with flash and without. But I don't dare get too close. Y U C K!