The chocolate bar of your choice (to be sent through the post) says he's got in by the end of Friday. :)
You're giving him until Friday? You're generous! The rough edges of that cardboard will be like bunny catnip...
I don't take risks when it comes to chocolate...
Oh dear, I hope not.
I recognise that the gap in the middle- where the boxes sit- is a weak spot. I'm hoping he won't notice it....
Were he a cat, he definitely would notice. We'll have to wait and see how strong the bunny curiosity streak is.
Bunnies are curious, but they're not that big on climbing...
Well I would not give you an A on aesthetics but you would get one for ingenuity and filling a serious need!
Your bunny is adorable. I'm glad he won't become rabbit dinner by way of frying!
Ain't he cute!
And so friendly- I had no idea a rabbit would make such a delightful pet.
When I taught in one of the elementary schools across town there was a teacher who had a classroom rabbit. He was really cute and the kids loved him.
I just had to be careful not to let him out of her room or run over him with the art cart I had to push at the time.
They do like to get underfoot. I've kicked ours a couple of times entirely by accident.
he does look ridiculously cute there eh? and the fort- rock on. bet it was fun ;)
He climbs up onto chairs by himself now- which means he could storm Fort Bunsworth if he ever worked out there was something behind it.
My, what an elegant looking young man your bunny is.
Betcha he's through the boxes and into the wires by noon today.
My brother built his a pen - took up one end of his living room, but it was roomy. Also pretty easy, a 4x4 and some fencing.
Saved on wire replacement.
Ours has the run of the house- though thus far he confines himself to a couple of downstairs rooms. He's been as far as the kitchen door but never ventured in.
Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha! Cardboard will never stop a rabbit. Ours gnawed its way out of its wooden hutch and through the coal-shed door and the outside toilet door so it could come and go as it pleased.
Fort Bunsworth...seriously, just made my day LOLOL
He looks so soft - I want to snuggle him.
He is very, very soft.
Everyone ought to have a rabbit!
Rabbits will eat anything.
your little bunny friend is seriously adorable.;)
think i need one of those.
Everyone should have one. And they're such friendly little animals- at least this one is.
and just realised, you totally took the fort bunsworth photo from the ground- so it looks massive and awe-inspiring.
nice move dad ;)
It ain't for nuthin that I watch lotsa movies...