Clemmie was too grumpy to do her entry this month, plus nothing terribly exciting happened to the rabbits. So! Here is a bunny substitute: The Bunny Awards! 😛
So here’s how it works.
I’ll show pictures of all five bunnies and tell a bit about them. Then after I do that, you can vote on the polls I have put down at the bottom. 🙂 So! Youngest first… WILLOW!
Willow was born in June. She is mostly Jersey Wooly, and part Mini Lop. My sister, Allison, got her last August at the county fair. She started not very fy, and then her fur grew, and grew, and grew! 🙂 She’s now a very fluffy rabbit. Along with being overly fluffy, she’s very sweet and curious. She licks the place between the bunnies’ ears that they can’t reach, and she often stands up on her hind legs to look around. 🙂 And guess what? We hope she’ll be a mother soon! 😀 YAY!
Clementine. ♥ ❤ ♥ ❤ ♥
Clemmie is… a little grumpy. If you stretch out your arms to hold her, she’ll charge at you. She also snorts, grunts, stomps her foot and… yeah. 😛 But she is quite cute. She’s a pure-bred Holland Lop. She is extremely active and loves to run around ( very fast) outside. She seems to have grown in the past few days, but maybe I haven’t been visiting her enough. 😛
Nicknames: Clemmie, Clem, Clumsy-Tiny, Crummy (poor gal XD )
Olaf is my younger brother’s rabbit. She is a purebred New Zealand. Olaf is the champion rabbit runner. If you try to hold her, she will run around the cage until you finally corner her. When you hold her though she is very nice and just pushes her head between your arm and body. Maybe she’s just scared… XD Anyway, we used to think she was a boy, but then we found out that she wasn’t. Oops. 😜
LILY!! YOU ARE SO HUGE AND SQUISHY AND ADORABLE. 😀 Look at her dewlap. 😮 (A dewlap is the thing that looks like a double chin) We call Lily ‘Squishy Teddybear’. 😀 And guess what? Lily used to be really small and tiny. That changed… We’ve had Lily for about a year and two weeks. 😀 She’s a purebred New Zealand. DEAR SQUISHY LILY!
Diamond is the oldest of our rabbits, but she’s still only two. She’s pretty big, but not as round and squishy as Lily. She’s a Silver Fox which is kind of a rare breed. She is very, very grunty. Is you pick her up she grunts and snorts and huffs and puffs. She is also very stately and proud. Once she got carried off by our dog, Maggie, but we rescued her and she’s still living. She loves dandelions.
Alrighty then! Here are the polls. 😀
My brothers mow about ten acres of lawn each week. 😮 We have a LOT of grass. XD