Shadow in his favorite place, soaking up the sunshine.
Ten years ago, sometime between now and the first week of May, Mr. Shadow was born. We brought him home on Independence Day when he was two months or so old. He bounced into our lives with such joyous abandon. He always keeps us smiling.
He still runs around like a crazy bunny, but not as often or fast. He still wants to hop onto everything and leap from furniture piece to furniture piece. The bunny spirit is very willing, but the body can’t keep up anymore and he has started to miss the mark. We aren’t fond of looking at bunny x-rays at the vet. So we keep a close eye on his activities. We relocate him as a distraction when he is clearly thinking about training for the bunny Olympics one more time.
Tigger getting into her food. This litter pan is completely filled with oat hay and being used as a food bin. You can see she enjoys her food now!
Sometime in early March 10 years ago, little Miss Tigger was born. It is hard to believe that she has been with us for almost 10 years. We brought her home in mid May when she was still a baby, just two and a half pounds of pure trouble looking for a place to happen.
Over the years Tigger has slowed down some. Our anorexic model bunny retired a few years ago and has really put on some weight. She now really enjoys her food instead of us begging her to eat something. Now we can call her chubs.