Bunny has fallen asleep in the litter tray, come share pics of your small furries!

(18 Posts)
GinBunny Sun 17-Jan-16 22:59:06

She has the sleepiest face of all the bunnies, even her ears go to sleep smile
We've had dog and cat photos recently, anyone want to share pics of their buns or other small furries?

fortifiedwithtea Mon 18-Jan-16 01:48:35

Aww bless her. She needs newspaper to read rip up to keep her awake on the loo smile

I'd have to catch tech savvy teen to up load pics of our guinea girls. Never seems to be the right moment. Love seeing photos of everyone's pets smile

GinBunny Tue 19-Jan-16 00:08:08

Fortified, her litter tray is lined with newspaper as is the cage, it's the bun equivalent of reading on the loo isn't it? Would love to see pics of your piggies, we used to have piggies. Love small furries!

FernieB Wed 20-Jan-16 13:03:41

Love the sleepy bunny. Mine is currently asleep under the kitchen table after a busy morning of cardboard box destruction. Attached photo is of Current Bun behaving himself on his lead

FernieB Wed 20-Jan-16 13:04:56

Forgot to include the piggies

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 20-Jan-16 13:54:33

Forgot to include the piggies <<hoiks Judgey Pants>> shock Mutters 'what's the world coming too......................................

I s'pose the shock of Current Bum behaving himself has caused a euphoria leading to memory lapse !! grin
Forgot to include the piggies - my pigs are penning their "Outraged of Romford" letters as we speak ...............................

70isaLimitNotaTarget Wed 20-Jan-16 13:56:34

Does Scruffypig have an aversion to facing the camera? Our GP3 had his lardy rump on view in 99% of his photos , in protest .

Pigs are gorgeous --and yes the Current Bun too smile

GinBunny Wed 20-Jan-16 23:35:35

FerneB they are gorgeous, love Current Bun grin

VodkaValiumLattePlease Wed 20-Jan-16 23:37:59

My cheeky baby 😍😍

Sometimesithinkimbonkers Wed 20-Jan-16 23:45:32

Our Pixie... Ate too much kale today ... She spent time in the litter tray

GinBunny Wed 20-Jan-16 23:48:18

Fluffy bun there Vodka what a sweet face! Gorgeous Pixie too, hope she's not too stinky after all that kale!
I do love buns (I have 4!) And I love piggies too, used to have 3 and miss their wheeky shuffly noises.

CockwombleJeff Wed 20-Jan-16 23:52:43

Iv just bought a new bluepoint lionlopsmile he is so beautiful .... Do any of you successfully mix your bunnies & pigs ?

Aphie Wed 20-Jan-16 23:59:01

Mr bunny in his hutch. He's 6 this year, soft as muck and a right houdini. He used to be a house rabbit but he was foul tempered about it and seems to prefer fresh air and so every night he's out of his hutch setting the security light off. We still have no idea how he is doing it

GinBunny Thu 21-Jan-16 00:32:10

Alphie is Mr Bunny neutered? All ours have been and it does settle their mood. One of our buns was a little shit, but neutering has settled him right down and he's a proper cuddle bunny now.

FernieB Thu 21-Jan-16 15:15:34

70 - only forgot the pigs because they were being very quietly occupied with parsley. Normally they are quite loud. I've looked back through a few photos and Scruffy rarely looks at the camera, perhaps he's camera shy or maybe he actually thinks his ample rump is his 'best side'.

Cockwomblejeff - rabbits and pigs shouldn't really be mixed due to risk of disease and also big bunny feet causing damage. My boys are photographed together only because they have winter playtime together. Current Bun has the run of the house but mainly lives in the kitchen and during the winter the pigs take their daily constitutional in the kitchen, so they do meet then (although Current Bun largely ignores them and sleeps in a corner). They are heavily supervised.

The bunny pics are luffly.

Aphie Thu 21-Jan-16 21:34:08

Ginbunny no he's not neutered but he's actually very cuddly now. I just think at the time with small kids around he wasn't keen on the noise. As an outdoor bunny though he is the most spoiled creature you will ever meet. He lives in my parents garden and my dad often complains that the rabbit gets fed better veg than he does.

70isaLimitNotaTarget Fri 22-Jan-16 10:41:47

I have a photo somewhere (it's been put on a thread) of one of our pig groups (our 2 sows and their previous husband GP3)

He was in the middle with a sow on either side and had his eyes tightly shut , maybe "I'm sleeping" but possibly "If I close my eyes like Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz, they'll go away and stop nagging me" grin

toffee1000 Mon 11-Apr-16 07:36:11

First two: old guinea pigs. Fudge (dark one) had to be put down at just shy of 3 years old. She hadn't been eating or drinking and we took her to vets. One of the saddest evenings ever. Me, brother and Mum all burst into tears once we left. Darwin (white one) died of old age last November. She was 5. I know her eyes look a bit "poppy-outy"/scared but she always looked like that, no idea why. We took her to vet once, vet said "she looks a bit scared) and we said "she always looks like that".
Third photo: Toffee and Pepper (Toffee brown, Pepper grey) who we got a few days after Fudge died. We kept them and Darwin apart for a couple of weeks then introduced them on neutral territory. Toffee has a huge arse. Pepper is v sheddy and has a thing on one eye (pea eye, google if not sure what it is, is not a big issue unless it interferes with vision or makes piggie uncomfortable. Pepper is happy as larry so no probs.)

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