Volunteers and associates of
The Rabbit Residence Rescue
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tiny fluffy friends.
...and of course 2 minutes into cleaning he decided that what he actually wanted was for me to stand outside in the garden in the damp, dark and windy winter evening watching over him nomming grass and generally pottering about. Late night cleaning it is then. Ho hum.
B-HV, you are in good paws. There is nothing ho hum about that, as you well know. How about giving the Boss a hug from us?
Hug eh? Well, he doesn't particularly like hugs, then there's the fur mites, and he's in a major shedding mode at the moment... Maybe I'll just tell him you said 'Hi'! ;-)
Did you ask him? I am getting the feeling you aren't really trying to sell this. Fur mites? Really?
I only need to *think* 'cuddle' and he looks disappointed. Then promptly demands a compensation treat.
He's had his last dose of ivomectin in the course, post-treatment mite count is next week.
I am so sorry to hear the Little Mighty Mite actually has mites. Somehow I'd missed or let slip that info. I started reading about mites. Yahoo for ivomectin!
that was my jog yesterday morning garden duty!xx Rachel