After watching this video we have concluded that all bunnies need mustache like patches on their faces. Ideally, they should also have a variety of quirky ear tricks in their repertoire. If you disagree, well, then you obviously have questionable taste in bunnies.
That’s some Richard Scarry stuff right there.
It can be be a tiring job to keep your ears up all day, luckily this bunny got a helping hand.
Excuse me, waiter, I believe I asked for ice.
Now this is the good life, lounging back, enjoying life…if only I had a Carrot Daiquiri!
Well, this is embarrassing. Here I am, smiling for the camera, and nobody bothered to tell me that I have food all over my chin and paws?
Thanks to Edda for sending us this picture of her bunny, Loppi.
You can find Loppi on FaceBook. Takk Edda!
Rabbit show jumping is all the new rage in Europe. The only logical next step is tiny saddles with mouse jockey, chasing a motorised greyhound.
That rabbits like to hop is hardly a secret. But now European rabbit enthusiasts have harnessed their bunnies’ natural talents to create a new spectator sport… rabbit showjumping.
Invented in Sweden in the early Eighties, Kaninhop involves bunnies bouncing their way around courses consisting of several small jumps of varying height and length.
Snoopy, a black-and-white bunny from the German city of Jena, is the star of the local Kaninhop club – and he makes spends his days leaping over all manner of barricades, jumps and rails.
Source: The Daily Mail