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My bunny hates me, and you can too...

Updated on November 27, 2012

I love my bunny and she hates my guts.

Diary of a rabbit owner. Ladies and gentlemen: the story you are about to hear is true. The names have not been changed to protect the innocent, because frankly I don't care.

(This is an actual picture of my bunny. This is what she would do with my foot if I left her out while I was sleeping.)

Bunbun chillin like magellan
Bunbun chillin like magellan

Entry 1: The Beginning

I recently adopted a male dwarf mix rabbit I named Bunbun and have begun searching for a companion for him. Bunbun is a happy little guy, and while he's not a lap rabbit, he and I get along super. I love him dearly and want nothing more than to give him the best life a bunny could have. I have decided that getting him a mate is sure to help him live a happy and fulfilling life. I have done plenty of research on rabbit bonding and I am ready to take the next step. Getting Bunbun a hunbun has become my number one priority. More soon.

(In this photo: Bunbun, chillin like magellan.)

The heart is where her love for me would be if she had any.
The heart is where her love for me would be if she had any.

Entry 2: You had me from hello.

Eureka! I have found her. After a lengthy pilgrimage all over the vast and dangerous Ventura and Los Angeles Counties, I have returned home victorious. She is small and all black with the exception of the bottom of her feet which are grey and she is a Netherland Dwarf rabbit. My husband has stripped Bunbun of the title of cutest animal in the world and given it to the new bunny. I instantly have given my love to her and so far she seems indifferent to my affection. We will see what progress I can make in the weeks ahead.

(In this photo: The heart is where her love for me would be if she had any.)

Entry 3: A New Name

Having harnessed my quick wit and master rabbit naming skills once before, it has not taken me long to settle on a name for our newest addition. Little Bun. I know its hard to believe someone could come up with such an awesome name, but try not to be too jealous. I have realized that Little Bun is a very different bunny than Bunbun, she is extremely shy and wants nothing to do with me. I continue to show her that I mean her no harm, but her responses are becoming increasingly negative. I'm beginning to suspect I have a long road ahead of me.

We have begun the introduction process of Bunbun and Little Bun, this is the one time I think she may be warming up to me. She has decided that climbing on top of my head is a much more attractive option than being chased by Bunbun. (Score: Me 1 Bunbun 0) Note to self - clip Little Buns nails.

See Little Bun blatantly flaunting her love for Bunbun
See Little Bun blatantly flaunting her love for Bunbun

Entry 4: In love, but not with me.

Its been awhile since I've updated you, my imaginary readers, about mission hunbun. We have had a very successful breakthrough and I am happy to report we have love! It just doesn't have anything to do with me. My husband, being the do-it-yourself kind of guy he is grew tired with my silly do it by the book bunny bonding process and threw them in a pen together to work it out themselves. 20 minutes later (and the 6 weeks of my sorry attempts) we now have a bonded pair. (Score: Husband 1 Me 0) Break open the champagne and avert your eyes, there be much bunny love! Disclaimer: Both rabbits are fixed, please spay and neuter your pets.

(In this photo: See Little Bun blatantly flaunting her love for Bunbun)

Entry 5: A Cold Day In Hell

That is when Little Bun will love me I've decided. All attempts to woo her with carrots and gentle pets have failed. Petting will result in several responses, depending on her level of hate for me in the moment or perhaps the kind of lettuce on the menu that morning:

1.) Running away

2.) Running away and thumping

3.) Running away, thumping and kicking my lowly human dust off her feet.

4.) Running away, thumping, kicking my lowly human dust off her feet and honking.

5.) Running away, thumping, kicking my lowly human dust off her feet, honking and then showing me how much she loves Bunbun more than me by cleaning his ears and giving me the stink eye.

I must note that the only time she seems remotely interested in my existence is when I bring their daily veggies. I suppose being viewed as some sort of waitress is better than her just thinking I'm the devil. I must see if I can exploit this in some way. Back to planning.

Entry 6: She thinks I smell.

Well, this happened. Little Bun has begun ferociously cleaning Bunbun right after I stop petting him. I think her hate of me has grown to include my smell. Thus spurring her immediate and thorough cleaning ritual once I have stopped touching her man. I may need to invent a rabbit cologne as I am obviously offensive. Must rethink strategy.

Entry 7: A United Front

I am beginning to suspect that Little Bun is plotting to turn Bunbun against me. Little changes in his behavior as of late have alerted me to what may be a sign of a much larger plan. Bunbun has been picking up some of her less appealing behaviors such as thumping when he is annoyed and no longer spending any time on our bed. Hanging out on our bed and showing off his awesome blanket shoving skills used to be one of his favorite pastimes. Now, his time is spent attending to Little Buns needs, which appear to be:

*Being groomed

*Making sweet love

*Plotting my destruction

I am trying my best not to let her know that I'm on to her. In the meantime, I continue to shower them both with my unrequited love.

Occupied (Ocupado)
Occupied (Ocupado)

Entry 8: Occupied (Ocupado)

I know chasing Little Bun and scaring her to death will probably not lead to gaining her love and trust, but this is what it has come to. Since she has no interest in engaging me in any form of contact, I have developed a nightly ritual of together-time that I thoroughly enjoy and she uses to take my love and smash it under her tiny little paws.

Every night before bedtime, I like to spend some good quality time with my pets, and since Little Bun has no interest in coming anywhere near me, I have to catch her. Its not very hard, she may have some evil master planning ability, but when it comes to evading capture she is seriously lacking. I try to approach her calmly, lay down next to her, blow kisses and when that doesn't work I just try to pick her up. This always results in her running to her bunny safe place, her litter box, because apparently she thinks no-one in there right mind would pick someone up while they are on the toilet. But oh how wrong she is!

Once I have her I put her on my tummy, I clean her eyes and then gaze lovingly into them, I pet her and give her kisses and tell her that she's the only one for me. Except for my husband. And of course Bunbun, and my two dogs. Oh and the kids. We'll, she is the only one for me except for those 7 beings - but that's still pretty special, right? I try to spend a good 5 minutes of calm look-how-great-I-am-that-I-shower-you-with-this-much-love time and then she is free to go. At which time she turns around and sticks her butt in my face, which I can only assume is a statement, and runs away thumping as she goes. Sigh.

Entry 9: Out of This World

After losing some ground in our human/bunny relationship, I had a small breakthrough with Bunbun this week. In the wake of his bed boycott, I decided that spending some time down on his level (the floor) could be helpful in mending our relationship. I'm happy to report we both had a fantastic time playing you hand me that piece of straw and I'll eat it. I mostly did the handing, as Bunbun is a much better straw chewer than I. Sadly, Little Bun wasn't as impressed with our new game, she much preferred to play her own version - look at me take your straw and throw it over here - and - that straw is beneath me, I will push it away with my nose. Mostly she just avoided the crazy lady on the floor and waited for her to go away.

On a different note, Little Bun did succeed in taking out our internet connection for a good 12 hours. It took that long to discover the cause of the outage because I never suspected she would chew right through our bunny resistant cord protectors. Apparently Little Bun didn't get the memo that bunnies are repelled by citrus infused plastic. The incident has made me wonder if she is really a bunny at all. First her extraordinary resistance to my human charms and now her highly developed palate capable of appreciating the subtle notes of plastic a la lemon. I find it all highly suspect. You may be wondering how I knew it was Little Bun and not Bunbun who chewed through the internet cable, but I mean really, who do YOU think did it. She has obviously been reading this lens, and thus set out to destroy it.

The elusive Little Bun enjoys some leafy greens with her husbun.
The elusive Little Bun enjoys some leafy greens with her husbun.

Entry 10: Crack is Whack

Its dark outside. The carpet shimmers with littered straw and pellets as far as the eye can see. A little black bunny bounds towards me eagerly. No, its not a dream, it really happened. Of course it wasn't exactly me she was eagerly bounding towards, but that didn't stop my heart from melting into a gooey love-filled puddle.

(In this photo: The elusive Little Bun enjoys a bowl of leafy greens with her husbun.)

See, months and months ago on one of my weekly jaunts to the local pet store I had purchased a tiny bag of dried papaya as a treat for the hunbuns. Upon bringing it home I quickly discovered that dried papaya is pretty much like crack to bunnies. All I had to do was crinkle the bag and they would instantly be all atwitter with anticipation. Of course, it didn't help me get any closer to Little Bun since her hate of me trumped any form of bunny crack I could get my hands on. But with Bunbun, I was even able to teach him to take his dried orange fix right out of my mouth. Its not like I was eating it at the time or anything, it was just my sorry attempt to steal a bunny kiss. Eventually the little bag was empty and life carried on. I never rushed out to purchase more as I had read that, while loved by most bunnies, it is not very healthy for them to eat such a sugary treat.

Well cut to last night, after another impulse buy of a brand new shiny bag of dried papaya (on sale!), I pulled out my new purchase and began to open it. Not seconds later, and much to my surprise, there appeared a Little Bun bounding towards me! I have to admit I was completely thrown off my game for a minute, who was this bunny and what had she done with Little Bun? I quickly remembered that it was the crinkle of the bag that had driven them so crazy before, so I continued to open the bag and tried not to make any sudden movements. It took longer than either of us would have liked for me to finally get that puzzle of a bag open, but once I had I gave her her treat. Which she then proceeded to eat, RIGHT NEXT TO ME! I know, crazy stuff right? We'll here's where things get even weirder. I thought I would try the treat in the mouth trick with her, and you know what, it worked! At this point I'm just in utter disbelief that Little Bun is even interacting with me, much less trusts me enough to take food from my mouth. So, why not take it a step further right? I then tried to pet my new furry buddy. Nope. Run away, thump, litter box, stink eye, you know the drill. But seriously, baby steps right? I have now risen up a notch in Little Buns book to - worth tolerating for bunny crack! Hazah!

Entry 11: My Pookie Wookie

Another week, another crazy plan to win over my temperamental Little Bun. From now on, or until I come to my senses, I've decided I will be treating her the way I would if she really did love me (times 10). Surely if I smoother her like any good overzealous parent would she will eventually give in and resign herself to loving me back. I mean, how much longer can she really fight it? So, several times a day I've been picking her up and squeezing her fat little body, smushing her cute little squishy face, showering her with kisses and soothing her ears with the best interpretation of baby talk I can muster. It rather disgusting really to be so sugary sweet, but these are the things I do for love. As you can imagine she has yet to give into the power of my uber-love but its still a pretty new plan so I'll report back later. What has resulted from said new plan is the introduction of a new sound into Little Bun's repertoire. While once she only had two sounds, 1.) Silent and 2.) Honking she now has a whole new sound which I will call 3.) Angry Ewok. Its what I can only describe as a sound that a rabid chipmunk might make, a hamster growl if you will. I'm sure deep down its her way of telling me how much she loves when I pick her up, really.

Entry 12: When the Poop Hits the Fan

Poor Little Bun. At first I thought her new predicament was an upset tummy caused by a food item her delicate system couldn't handle, but after many weeks spent removing certain foods with no difference I have come to another conclusion. Poop sticks to her. I'm not sure I can explain this properly without totally grossing all my lovely readers out, so I just won't bother trying to be polite. You have been warned.

Awhile back I started noticing that Little Bun wasn't smelling so great and began investigating. I soon discovered the Little Bun had been collecting poop on her bottom, a rather strange hobby I know, but perhaps it was another masterful plot to keep me at bay. But as we all know I can not be deterred, my love is far too fierce that even the notion of a pooey butt will do little to dissuade me. I quickly read everything I could find on the things that cause a pooey rabbit butt and found many helpful bits of information on possible causes and, as I mention before, adjusted her diet accordingly. Now what do you do with a pooey butt rabbit you ask? Well, you bath them. Very carefully. Rabbits can injure themselves and have very delicate skin so please if you are ever to attempt to bathe a rabbit do your research first.

Unfortunately, by the time I discovered the mass on Little Buns buns it had formed into a rock-like formation of much stinky power and it took many short soaks in a lukewarm sink bath to dislodge that sucker. I don't think this did much for our relationship, and it probably didn't help the 2nd, 3rd or 4th time I had to do it either. I did learn that Little Bun greatly fears our bathroom and prefers to climb on my lap than face this scary new land alone. I'm pretty sure it is just so that I will be eaten first when the toilet monster attacks, but its nice all the same.

I have developed A Little Buns Like Meter to help us keep track of my progress. Here's where we are at so far, with 1 being the best and 5 being the worst:

Little Buns Like Meter

1.) Bunbun

2.) Bunny Crack (dried papaya)

3.) Everything Else

4.) Me

5.) Bathroom

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      Emily Tack 3 years ago from USA

      Please keep your article on the bunny, if you are making the transfer - I LOVE it!

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      Cute to Boot 4 years ago

      @delaneycadberry: Hello there! I would definitely recommend getting your bunny neutered asap, not only is it being a pet responsible owner, it is better for the bunnies health and can improve their temperament. I encourage you to not give up on creating a bond with your rabbit, be patient and hopefully some trust will come. It may not seem like it from my story above, but I have improved my relationship with Little Bun quite a lot with time and patience. Once your bunny is neutered, I think it is a great idea to get him a friend. It sounds like you keep him outside and I would think that would get pretty lonely out there. My Little Bun and Bunbun LOVE each other, and seeing them snuggle and groom each other is one of my joys in life. Make sure you do your research and take the time to find the right mate for your bun. Good luck!

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      delaneycadberry 4 years ago

      my rabbit hates me and i love him to death his name is cadberry and we adopted him when he was 8 moths he stays out in a huge cage he wont let me pick him up he's not neutered and i was thinking about doing that and getting him a friend should i please help me

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      brianne-poirier 5 years ago

      Wow ! I too have two rabbits a mixed female named buttons and a little nether land dwarf named shadow and its funny because shadow is the exact same way as little buns, she absolutely hates me and my boyfriend wants nothing to do with us besides for carrots or hay, on the other hand buttons adores us even comes when called. Maybe its just the breed lol :/

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      Lauren W 6 years ago from Henderson, NV

      Great Story. Our Bunny Caesar had the same problem of the poopy butt, after many changes to his diet we found that switching his pellet brand to one with a much higher fiber content cleared the problem right up. Hopefully Little Bun is Doing well. Best of Luck with the Bunny Love. At least you are above bathroom on the list.

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      Lynne Modranski 6 years ago from Ohio

      OH, but we are not non-existent!!! We, your readers, are here, we are here!!! I LOVE your story! Thanks so much for sharing. Today is "Do a Grouch a Favor" day, and I'm afraid, although you don't really sound all that grouchy, your title hooked me! So, I'm selecting you as my Grouch who needs a favor! Hope Little bun continues to warm up to you!

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      Elhamstero 6 years ago

      I've got a rabbit (Jack). He's always been a sweetie but I've heard that female rabbits can be grumpy.

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      ColorPetGifts 6 years ago

      I really enjoyed this lens- too funny! Wondering if you've made any more bunny love headway? Squid angel blessed -:)

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      BuckHawkcenter 7 years ago

      Just flying over to drop some Angel Dust on this hilarious attempt to make me laugh (success). Featured on Angel Flys Over Small Animals.

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      Vicki Green 7 years ago from Wandering the Pacific Northwest USA

      I've never had a rabbit, but enjoyed your adventures in bunny love. I hope you too can work it out.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      While I have no experience with bunnies whatsoever, this has entertained me a lot! Great lens and worthy of a SquidAngel blessing!

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      MikeEssex 7 years ago

      Clear and funny. Do animals ever do what we want them too?

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      sandralynnsparks 7 years ago

      In my work with ghost hunting, we nickname the ugly spirits bunnies. I will not let one of my rabbits hate you. I will keep them far away... I love this lens!

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      seegreen 7 years ago

      Never had a rabbit, not sure if I want to now! Too funny. Blessed by an Angel.

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      Dianne Loomos 7 years ago

      I'm back to check on your progress with Little Bun and to tell you I still think this lens is hilarious!

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      Othercatt 7 years ago

      lmao! This is great. I hope you find the bunny love you seek!

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      Thomas F. Wuthrich 7 years ago from Michigan

      Funny funny lens! Favoriting and all that other good stuff. Gotta go back to Twitter (which is where I discovered you) and do the follow thing. Joining your Zazzle fan club, as well. Have I forgotten anything? Oh, yeah. Nominating you for the Nobel Peace Prize. (worth a shot)

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      Cute to Boot 7 years ago

      @Virginia Allain: Thank you for the advice. I guess I hadn't really thought how the last entry sounded or that it would be taken very seriously so let me clarify, I don't really ever squeeze her and oh how I would love to pinch those cute little cheeks, but its really just gentle hugs and kisses. My new mission is really about making an effort to handle her as much as possible. I will try the face in the crook my arm, I am sure she will like that - or she may try to chew off my arm, we'll see :) Thanks!

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      Virginia Allain 7 years ago from Central Florida

      I can't resist giving advice here since I raised rabbits as a kid. Rabbits like to be gently scratched behind the ears. If they feel insecure when you pick them up, give it plenty of support and hide it's face in the crook of your arm. Hugs are threatening to a rabbit whose instincts say big creatures want to grab and eat it.

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      Wednesday-Elf 7 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      Looks like you are still having trouble getting your bunny to like you. I worry that 'love' is a long way off yet. :) Good luck.

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      girlfriendfactory 7 years ago

      Let's see, why do I hate you? You're funnier than I am. I don't have a rabbit, but my son has a bunny (the non-real kind), but she's my "sissy" (kinda freaky since my son is her daddy) and she also hates you because you're funnier than me AND you didn't give her any of that papaya stuff that she says is like bunny crack. Guess you (and me, too) better hope she never meets Little Bun because she has some serious tricks up her sleeve, especially for being stuffed and all.

      Hilarious lens! Great job!!

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      Jeanette 7 years ago from Australia

      What a delightful lens! And oh how I feel for you trying to win your bunny's affection :-(

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      PeggyHurd 7 years ago

      @Addy Bell: I have a guinea pig who has a love-hate relationship with me. He loves to hate me even though I love to love him! Go figure. Congrats on your lens!

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      Joan4 7 years ago

      Congratulations on your Fresh Squids win and the Purple Star! I have to tell you this lens is one of my all time favorites! I look forward to more and more super lenses from you!

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      kimmanleyort 7 years ago

      Congratulations! A purple star and winner of Fresh Squids contest. You've got what it takes.

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      FreshSquids 7 years ago

      This lens won 1st plce in Fresh Squid Contest for June 2010! Congratulations!

      PS. You'll get your badbe through mai! ;)

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      callinsky lm 7 years ago

      Congrats on first place for Fresh Squid! It's well deserved.

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      Elizabeth Sheppard 7 years ago from Bowling Green, Kentucky

      This was really funny. It sounds like it's still fun to have your rabbits around.

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      callinsky lm 7 years ago

      Very funny. It was a very nice read. Good long in the Fresh Squid Contest.

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      myshelle01 7 years ago

      I have so enjoyed your lens it has bought me much humour

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      littlewingdesign 7 years ago

      You definitely made me smile:)

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      VarietyWriter2 7 years ago

      Blessed by a SquidAngel :)

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      Addy Bell 7 years ago

      I don't have a rabbit to hate you, but I do have a cat named CC who can scorn you if you'd like. This was an awesome lens -- thanks for a wonderfully fun read!

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      missprinteditions 7 years ago

      What marvelous writing this is! I was quite let down to come to the end of the saga and am hoping there will be sequels. You are very multi-gifted. Best wishes!

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      Karen 7 years ago from U.S.

      I laughed all the way through this :-) A friend of mine had sequential bunnies (only one at a time, but a few of them), and the last one, a female, didn't like her much either.

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      WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      Congratulations on your Purple Star!

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      Joan4 7 years ago

      Congratulations on your purple star! I have enjoyed this lens over and over!

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      WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      Congratulations on your Purple Star and for sharing a delightful story. Your bunnies are um...too cute. Ok!. One is naughty!

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      Virginia Allain 7 years ago from Central Florida

      I suggest that you read Bunnicula that I reviewed in my lens: Good Reads for Young Vampire Fans, then check Little Buns' teeth.

      I used to have a house rabbit who loved to nip everyone's ankles and to terrorize my cats.

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      Dianne Loomos 7 years ago

      Congratulations on your pretty purple star!

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      myraggededge 7 years ago

      This is my kind of lens! Brilliantly funny and it's going on Facebook right now. Bunny blessings to you for making me LOL all over the sofa!

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      Susan Deppner 7 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Congratulations on the purple star! I was fortunate enough to be able to choose the purple star recipients this week. You can read more comments about why your fabulous lens was chosen on my Quest lens here:

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      Kathy McGraw 7 years ago from California

      very cute...of course she doesn't like are competition LOL :)

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      Christine Cameron 7 years ago

      I have found my new favorite lens! Please let us know if she is indeed a bunny. I have my suspicions as well.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Very interesting, great job!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 7 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      I will definitely share this with my friend who also has a pet bunny. So funny and I thoroughly enjoyed my visit here.

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      Heather Burns 7 years ago from Wexford, Ireland

      This is just darling! Love it!

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      Barbara Radisavljevic 7 years ago from Templeton, CA

      Thanks for sharing this, and keep us posted on future developments. I needed something like this tonight -- light reading to beat the heat.

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      Joan4 7 years ago

      Delightful read! What fun! I enjoyed every single word! (and I already love all 3 of you!)

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      Susan Deppner 7 years ago from Arkansas USA

      I don't hate you. In fact, I love your writing! Can't wait for the next installment. I don't have a rabbit to trample all over my emotions, but my cats pretty well have that covered.

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      Dianne Loomos 7 years ago

      Love it! Would love to hear more about the Little Bun saga.

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      Mickie Goad 7 years ago

      I cannot add a reason why! I can only give you a "Blessing" from a Squid Angel!

      Great job!

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      sheriangell 7 years ago

      Still laughing :) I hope you continue to write about your ongoing saga with Little Bun. I want to read more and am sure others do too!

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      GrowWear 7 years ago

      LOL Funny! Gets my vote in the Fresh Squids Contest. Welcome to Squidoo! ...Let me know when you've stolen Little Bun's heart. She'll surely come around. Well, yeah, that is a lot of animosity, but, well...just don't give up. :D

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      LilyWriter 7 years ago

      too funny!

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      ArtformTheHeart 7 years ago

      Maybe Little Bun thinks there is only room for one female in Bunbun's life? lol. Great lens.

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      Wednesday-Elf 7 years ago from Savannah, Georgia

      Too, too funny! You have quite a challenge on your hands to get Little Bun to, at least, 'like' you, if not 'love' you. An absolutely adorable story. Hope you will keep us posted on future developments! :)

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      Emily Tack 7 years ago from USA

      I love it! Your rabbit needs to meet my duck, Archimedes, so they can converse about "why-we-hate-the-owners-who-love-us", and assorted other topics. So delighted to see that I am not alone. My ankles bear the wounds.... This is top-drawer, and thoroughly enjoyed!

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      justholidays 7 years ago

      I remember I've had such story with a cat... Cats hate me :D

      Nice read indeed!

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      Lisa Marie Gabriel 7 years ago from United Kingdom

      I think this lens is wonderful. It was funny and reminded me of when my cats get the hump :)

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      aishu19 7 years ago

      This is such a hilarious article... I do hope lil bun does start loving you.. Coz you are an amazing person for loving ur pets sooo much that you would go to all extents to make sure they know that!

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      Ellen Brundige 7 years ago from California

      Wow. And I thought cats could be primadonnas! This is hilarious, although we should not laugh.

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      LadyFlashman 7 years ago from United Kingdom

      Ohhh this is SO funny! I would love a bunny, yours are very very cute. I think you should play it cool with Little Bun, pretend you don't care and call her bluff!

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      DoloresDesigns 7 years ago

      This is the funniest thing I have read in ages! Please keep writing.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      I love this!!! You are too funny. You must keep us updated with these Monty Pythonesque bunnies. LOL

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      Mona 7 years ago from Iowa

      Seriously funny and very entertaining. Thanks for the chuckle (though it be at your expense.)

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      Kyecerulian 7 years ago

      Definitely a lens that made me smile! Great story!

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      Werkpaardje 7 years ago

      What an enjoying LOVE story this is! Thumb up!

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      Carol Fisher 7 years ago from Warminster, Wiltshire, UK

      I love this lens and smiled all the way through it.

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      Cute to Boot 7 years ago

      @delia-delia: Thank you!!! Photos have now been added!

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      Delia 7 years ago

      Hello from a Squidoo Greeter! I don't hate you! I love your lens, very well written and entertaining, I just wish you would have used photos of your two Bunnies...I kept on imagining how cute they were....maybe soon, huh??? anyway I will give a ~"Squid Angel Blessing"~ to this lens even without the photos, cause the writing is great. See I don't hate you...