My neighbors have some beautiful granddaughters and they enjoy visiting my petting zoo on occasion. Last week I had three lovely ladies enjoy some foster kitten love.
The young lady in Blue is my awesome new pet-sitter. Buster has decided that she’s one of his favorite peeps.
“Little Bit” soon got over her nervousness and had some kitten kuddling of her own.
In Bunny news, Graycie and Manny have moved into their outdoor love nest. Their human mom, Mary has made them a comfortable hutch with soft ground underneath that they will soon “remodel” with burrows and tunnels. All bunnies would prefer to live outdoors if they had a safe habitat and a way to keep cool and warm during the extreme months of the year. Yes, we keep Buster inside, but that’s because he has been raised as a “house rabbit” and he doesn’t have a mate, so he prefers to live with his human family in the comforts of a house.
The problem with having a pet rabbit outdoors is that most people don’t take the pains that Mary does to provide a proper outdoor home for their pets. It’s a very sad sight to see a lonely bunny living in a cage in the blazing sun, with nowhere to run and nothing do dig in. If undertaken with knowledge and kindness, pet bunnies can enjoy a wonderful life in the safety of a yard in the care of a big-hearted human. Such is the case with Graycie and Manny. They are lucky buns to have found such a human. I can’t wait to visit and see the bunny village where they live with many other fortunate buns in Sunny Florida. 🙂
Thank you Mary for making a lovely refuge for your creatures. You’re one of the good ones. 🙂