I can post more than one critter video if I want to. Who’s going to complain?
Here is a rather small rabbit making a rather large jump. He’d’ve gotten much better distance out of it if he hadn’t jumped so high. Remember that, the next time you’re jumping in your living room.
This tiny bunny (he reminds me of Norbert!) would prefer not to be cooped up in a laundry basket. So he examines his surroundings, decides what to do–and out he goes! Without a running start, no less.
As for the headline: If you can remember the rest of that jingle, and the product that it advertised, welcome to the Bronze Age.
I was going to post just cats and dogs playing in the snow and let it go at that, but the Bunnies’ Union was on my case as quick as boiled asparagus. The long and short of it is, they convinced me to post a video of rabbits playing in the snow, too.
I draw the line at Komodo dragons.
This is one of the stranger things I’ve seen lately. We are told that this is a wild rabbit that the can brought into the house via the pet door. Huh? The two animals adjourn to the living room and play together. At least it looks like playing.
My mother was always dead set against bringing wild animals into the house. They might have germs or parasites. I guess that’s why she made such a scene about my possum when we found it in my bedroom. Probably she would’ve hit the ceiling just as hard over a wild bunny.
I really wonder how this cat-and-bunny story turned out.
All right, they’re only attacking wakefulness. But they’re so cute! They’ll fit in your fur-lined boots. They’ll fit in your styrofoam cups. In fact, they’ll fit almost anywhere, which makes them easy to store.
False Fact! Napoleon Bonaparte’s rabbits were trained to attack salesmen.
Admittedly these video vignettes don’t do a very good job presenting Shakespeare’s famous tragedy. But what do you want from a bunch of bunny rabbits? Give them an ‘A’ for effort.
This video reminds me of an unforgettable experience. I was standing outside one summer night, smoking a pipe, when several wild baby rabbits came out and started chasing each other–around me. Round and round they went: I felt like a maypole. But I didn’t dare move until they were all done with their game.
Gee, you could almost turn this into the title of one of those pretentious off-Broadway plays…
But the business at hand is sweetness, innocence, wholesomeness. Who knew bunnies got such a charge out of a hollow log? And though you’ve got three bunnies and a log that can only accommodate two, it’s not a problem for them.
Just as a reminder that it’s still God’s world, and still full of wonderful and wholesome things, here’s a baby bunny who just can’t stay awake–not while he has a loving hand for a bed.
You can’t beat this–a wise and kindly dog, four baby bunnies who think the dog’s their mother, and a friendly parakeet. All they need is a benevolent iguana. And all of them cuddling on somebody’s bed. I believe this is a glimpse of what God has in store for us: “They shall not hurt nor destroy in all my holy mountain” (Isaiah 11:9).
Well, hardly anybody’s here today–might as well go with a baby bunny video, what harm can it do?