Monday, June 27, 2011
now remember folks, these are just titles...i don't REALLY want them to be good at hiding in the forest. they're not in any sort of wildish wilderness either, they are on a well groomed trail right behind our apt, running back and forth (a distance of about 20 feet). mostly they're just chinning the ivy. besides, i'm right there, neurotically lording over them, so please, don't be scared.
Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Monday, June 20, 2011
there seems to be a little confusion about this contraption. so in the next 5 minutes, before mr. perfect hustles me off to work, let's see what i can do to clear it up. this is a container designed for holding a bale of hay. it's not a feeder. the main part of it's design is about containing the mess of a bale of hay once you take the binding twine off. side note: i called my hay bale place and my bales weigh about 70lbs not 50. so even a better deal! nuage never sits there, he's just being exploited for the blog and to give you a sense of scale. in other words, he never eats out of this box. he eats out of his litter box, it sounds gross to us, but they don't seem to mind. they sit and do their business in the back of the box, while eating out of the front of the box. uh oh, i've just been given the "it's time to go!" warning so i may not be able to do anymore explaining until later. hopefully these photos are explanation enough, but for you newbie bunny owners out there, i want to make this extremely important tutorial much more comprehensive....send any questions my way. more later, alligators!
lisa darling, i was just looking for an excuse to go on and on about hay. as you know, i don't need much encouragement. so i'll take your comment, add rabbit guy's comment, and all of a sudden i have all the excuses i need! now i know most all of you give your bunns plenty of hay, but there are some of you out there who think that as long as there are a few strands of hay in a bowl they must not want more, and are therefore fine. not so. i'm always alarmed by this, typical excuses being: it's too expensive, it's too messy, and the store is too far away. and as true as the expense is of store bought 'bagged hay', NOTHING is more expensive than vet bills. that's all the time i've got right now, please all you bunny experts out there, chime in now about the importance of unlimited hay.
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
it's a hay bale box! our biggest bunny thank you goes out to master custom woodworker and musician extraordinaire, sir dustin grimm!
Monday, June 06, 2011
the specs for OFFICIALLY placing your order for a $20 box of 2 pounds of organic apple branches, including the $10 shipping fee.
i have the requests but now i need the rest. send that to my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
1) please send me your shipping address.
2) please tell me how many boxes you'd like me to send.
3) please send $30 (per 2lb box ) to my paypal account.
it's the same as my email address:
4) please sit and wait, allowing 4 days for delivery.
5) please prepare yourself and your bunnies for an apple branch frenzy!