Sweet, little (hah! not really) Eudora has not had a blog post in a while. My camera died and I’ve only got cell phones… :)

Eudora learned how to ‘do hardwood floors’ a few months ago. Whenever I foster a bunny and they cannot walk on hardwood floors, it is very easy to keep them out of trouble. There is no serious need for x-pens — just an area rug and they are ‘fenced in’. Her social nature finally won over and she *had* to get to my bedroom apparently. One night, I woke to the pitter patter of some not-so-small bunny feet.

Exhibit A: the feet

Those make quite the cute shuffle-y sounds when they make the trek from the kitchen to my bedroom…

Exhibits B, C, D, and E: smug Eudora enjoying my bedroom

Little Eudora is a serious sweetheart and she basically stays out of trouble :-) She scares my 17lb cat a little… poor guy! The two of them get jealous of ‘time with me’. She really needs a human who can dedicate all of their love to her. She doesn’t want to share time with cats and my own bunnies! She will bond with you easily if you just shower her in love. Simple, right?

Call the HRN hotline 781-431-1211 to set up an adoption interview, if you would like to meet her (or one of the many other awesome bunnies we have in fostercare).

Having moved to Mass at the beginning of February we missed having animals around. We quickly discovered HRN on the web and got in contact about fostering. Before long we were taking three of Petra’s babies home with us; two boys, Io and Nyx, and one girl, Eudora.

While setting up their cage we also gave them a quick rinse in the tub, which they were surprisingly ok with. Dora was beyond brave and went as far as to put her head under the faucet.

For the first few weeks they would be let out together to explore and would often curl up together, all squishing into one basket. They’ve become very curious bunnies who aren’t scared to climb on couches or each others cages and love to eat whatever you give them.

Nyx and Io have both been neutered and are available for adoption!