2006 Adoptions

That’s right! He’s now figured out how to get in and out of the cage where the water is w\o freaking himself out and scaring himself half to death! I’ve been placing him in the cage every morning and evening for a bit so that he can get the water he needs, but we’ve been uncertain that he’s gone in otherwise. The cage entrance is cardboard wrapped in tape (over a slatted door), so he hates it more than the linoleum floor!! But now, he’s all cool! And looking like he owns the place, his favorite place to lay down is in front of the gate to get in the hallway, which means… he gets to look at us indignantly every time we want to use the bathroom.
Never say bunnies don’t own the place. ;-P

We have linoleum floors in the kitchen. And he hates them. He does the hokey pokey before finally running out on them and flipping us all off. I put him in the cage the other day, with the door open, and when we got back from work, he was still sitting there. That’s cause the ramp is slippery! (Its cardboard wrapped with tape.)
Our other bunny, Cassi, has absolutely no problems with anything. :) In fact, the other night, she hopped over our barrier, which means we’ll finally have to break down and get another gate for the kitchen. (We hadn’t previously, cause it was too slippery for her to get that high in the air.)
However, I opened the fridge today, and Ben ran out on the linoleum without pausing, so maybe there’s hope for treat bribery!

http://flickr.com/photos/stalag131 For photos!
-=Allan =-

Hi. Let me introduce myself. I am Jackie, and these are my sisters, Skylar, Autumn, and Sienna.


We were born in HRN foster care of January 6, 2006. Our mother is Starla. She was taken in to foster care on January 5. 2006. If you do the math, you can see that we were very lucky to have been born here. To hear Mom tell it, she was very nervous coming here and had to start building a nest for us within a couple of hours of her arrival! Fortunately all four of us were born safe and sound at HRN.


We met several HRN volunteers at a volunteer meeting when we were about 3 weeks old. We were a big hit! Some nice people held us and told us we were very photogenic (whatever that means- I think it means we are CUTE!) especially because we all look exactly alike and also exactly like Mom!


Those people kept photographing us in the following weeks (did I
mention we are cute?). We were cooperative, but we also had to do a lot of binkies and get into mischief, because we are, of course, babies. Our antics kept everyone entertained- ourselves, most of all!

Anyway, Mom has been adopted and now it’s our turn! Do you have a
wonderful home for us to finish growing up in? We are all spayed and ready to go on our next adventure. You can see us on the “Bachelorettes” page on the HRN website!

Thanks for reading!

-HRN Bunny: Jackie-

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