Volunteers and associates of
The Rabbit Residence Rescue
share experiences of our
tiny fluffy friends.
Hey, Boadicea, what have you done with your ears?!!
Locked back into snacking formation!
Watching out for that gluten, are we Boadicea? If you are one of those bunns who eats at fast food restaurants, I hope you are for doubling the workers salaries, maybe tripling? We have to do something about that , you know. At least we do over here. Can you really get customized subs over there?
Subway are quite common here now, certainly in and around London.Anyway, this is more your "fast food wheelbarrow" where the server (me) is an unpaid volunteer. Tripling the workers salaries costs nothing. It is also worth noting that this counter becomes "self service" as soon as my back is turned, whether I like it or not!
Initiative! I like initiative.
after a long day with two separate drives to the vets (an hour each way each time) not much makes me chortle out loud - but that did! The best blog on the planet!!!PS new vet on the block - Ian Cope now at Cambs Vets - fantastic exotics specialist!!!
Parsley, it is a great blog. I am wishing you the best of outcomes on the vet visits, and I am always happy to hear there is a new good person out there.
Thanks for the nice words about the blog, also the info on the new vet in town. Whisky is probably gonna need a visit for the usual ear-check + eye-flush soon so I might check him out.
definitely do so - he is brilliant - never thought they could replace Mrs Ford but they have!!!!!
I get you B-H V. Our bunns are fond of telling us we are worth every penny they pay us, too.
Looks like it's coming!