Sunday, March 28, 2010

Make Yours Chocolate

Ella asks that you please say "Make Mine Chocolate" this Easter.

Our lovely friend Bridget and longtime supporter of Heartland Rabbit Rescue is kindly donating 25% of her sales between now and Easter to Heartland. Pop over and look at her blog and her beautiful jewelry at Her blog is wonderful and there is a new kitty in town. You can read all about the adventures of Cactus Rose.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Join us at the Spring Creative Crafts Festival!

For me?
Nope, sorry Captain Jack. Those are for the Heartland Rabbit Rescue Craft Fair this Saturday!

When: March 27, 2010, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Cleveland County Fairgrounds, Norman, OK

We will have a variety of crafty treasures made and donated by some of our talented volunteers. Parking and admission are free so come on out, find some great Easter gifts and help the rabbits have a happy Easter, too!

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Sunday, March 21, 2010

It's hard work being this cute...


Puzzle of the Month - March 2010

Click to Mix and Solve

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Meet Captain Jack

I adopted Captain Jack a few weeks ago. Our friend Deb bought him a new friend.

Captain Jack thinks sharing is overrated.


Saturday, March 20, 2010

Bunshinny Day

Let's get something straight: THIS IS NOT A MULLET!
Yes it is Samson, admit it. It hurts my eyes to look at it.

Who cares? Do you have treat for me?

Tell me the truth Jack buddy, does my hair look like a mullet?

I am afraid so my friend. Just come hide in this bag with me.

Monday, March 15, 2010

Good Day Bunshine......mostly anyway

I do not approve of the buns around me.
I dont wanna go back in, I dont wanna.

What are you doing? It's very scary, everything out here is very scary

Put em up! Put em up!

Friday, March 12, 2010

What did you call me?

What's in a name? A lot actually. Naming a bunny usually takes time,....that is if you are trying to get the bunny to respond favorably to it. Sometimes we get it right the first time and the bunny struts around the room with his, or her chin stuck out as if to say, "Yep! that's me alright!" But most often we go through a long list of possibilities and morphs thereof. It can be a complicated process.

The bunny pictured below is Chip. His markings resemble 'wings'(in my opinion anyway), as in wings of a jet. In the beginning I briefly referred to him as the 'Wing Man' but got the reaction you see here. I soon got the impression that he just liked to be called Chip. We tried it on him and he liked it.

I am very curious about the processes you went through when naming your bunnies. Do any of you have stories you'd like to share?