Saturday, 27 July 2013

My S.L.M.

Seriously, how is he not completely bald by now? This is one day - I must have brushed at least half this much out of him most days for the last week. I'm surprised there's even a bunny left, surely with this much coming out he must have been 90 percent floof? And you know what? Five minutes later? He looks like he needs another brush.

"I'm a whatty little whatnow?"

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  1. Mick is a 24/7 shedder, and it seems I take a pound of fur or more off him every time I groom him--and I could groom him for hours and there'd still be fur coming off him. I don't know how he does it.

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    1. Do you think it's something we're feeding them?! It's those super-grow chemicals they spray on the tasty veg! ;-)

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  2. I know what you mean Speedy is the same handfuls of floof every day,but even if Whisky is a bit scruffy at the moment he is still adorable,xx

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    1. Thanks! [And of course he's adorable! :-)]

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  3. I feel your floofy pain, BHV. I am not only brushing, trimming, and plucking my Jersey Woolly baby boy like crazy during the summer months, but cleaning fan blades and the air intake vent to the central AC. You know how many filters we go through? And that is just rabbit hair. Our lab sheds in the summer like he gets paid by the trash load.
    Rabbit hair is silky fine that it floats for days.

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    1. Funnily enough as I was heading for bed last night I went to switch off the desk fan in my bedroom (where Whisky almost never goes) and noticed all the floof stuck to the front blowing about in the air current. And even though the outdoors is like, you know, big, there are still many many balls of floof blowing about in the garden like tumbleweeds, only lighter and more likely to fly up and stick to your face. Or at least my face, since, as far as I know, you are not in my garden.

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  4. yep, mine a shedding trailer loads too....

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    1. I'm starting to wonder if I should get one of those hand-held vacuums to follow Whisky around with. Hmmm...maybe I could invent the Bunny-Vac! ;-)

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  5. Whiskey, you are now and always a sweet little honey bunn. It is dreadful to see you in the hands of your current amanuensis. The general consensus here is that he really got out scissors and whack around on you. Alas poor dear bunny wunny.

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    1. University of Texas alumna and their big ole college words...

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    2. What you have to understand Auntie Jane is that employees will always be critical of their boss, however cute and fluffy he is. So while I love and adore him and see to all of his little fluffy wants(like garden time on a Saturday night when I really should be off doing something more exciting than sat watching his fluffy butt bouncing around the long grass) I am destined to gripe about him round the water cooler.

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    4. My degrees are in Mathematics and Computer Science so I don't really do (or understand) big words unless they're Greek or have 'byte' in there somewhere.

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    5. I don't know if you can see my "deleted" comment, but it was the same as my last comment plus a spelling error - like I said, words, not really my thing! ;-)

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    6. I was referring to Mz Jane. She is a UT alumna. They like to use big words.

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  6. Dear B-H V, I don't know what has come over me. I do not generally identify with the managerial class. Hmmm, what could it be? Oh, maybe it is allusions to events such as "watching his fluffy butt bouncing through the tall grass." I know you work hard and are selfless and devoted. Everything about your boss says that, but you are your own worst enemy. How can we stand up for you when you keep quoting the little cuties, telling us about their precious doings, and posting such adorable pictures, and please do not let us catch you eating humble pie again. You have all the eloquence that this unique bunn and all the other cuties deserve.

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