Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Bunny Behaving Badly

Sadie is dern lucky I am not reporting her demise here.

She has been a bit frisky lately, and as a result I haven't been able to groom her regularily. A couple times recently she has nipped at me, and twice left tooth marks. This morning she had been in a snit apparently, and had knocked her litter pan from the corner. When I reached in to move it back to get her food, she bit me quite hard. I have 2 bandages--and do you know how hard it is to put them between my index and middle finger? It is apparently quite a tender spot too.

Anyway after an e-mail to my spinning friends e-mail group, the gal I purchased her from is offering to take her back. She even offered me a replacement bunny--a jersy wooly that she says won't get as big.

The jury is out on that at the moment. But here is a picture of a possible candidate bunny.

What do you think? Should I try yet again?

1 comment:

Angie J said...

If she's knocking over her dish, she may be sensing danger close at hand. Any other critters getting into her little part of the world?

Also the nipping is normally a statement of where are my treats. Okay that's according to radar.

You may want to pick her up one of those bunny chewey wood blocks. However it is spring, and animals get excited over the coming of this season, just like us humans do (6 months of winter is just wayyy too long).

The little Jersey is a cutey though.