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Violet has this sweet habit of flopping on her side and washing her face. She closes her eyes in contentment. After uprighting herself, she dives in for a cecal pellet snack. In the background, you can hear Tilbert eating breakfast. Click on the photo or here.
One of our testers, Maddie, was featured on KOMO news yesterday morning. She appeared twice, first live, and then recorded for later viewing. Her publicist refused the request for two live viewings as Maddie had a busy Easter weekend.
Needless to say, we often buy carrots with the frilly green tops just for the bunnies. But we have been making a few dishes over the past few years that use the tops for people. Recently, we came across this recipe on NPR for a pesto.
1 cup lightly packed carrot leaves (stems removed)
6 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil
1 large garlic clove
1/4 teaspoon kosher or fine sea salt
3 tablespoons pine nuts, toasted (see below)
1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese, preferably Parmigiano-Reggiano (directions)
Tilbert makes his dash to the downstairs litter box after dinner. His white pigeon-toed run always makes me grin.
Tilbert running – Wi-Fi
And, yes, the bunnies chewed those chunks into the rubber floor mat.
Check out the latest little gift box from our friends at BunnyBytes.com! Each festive tin contains an assortment of large and small Heart Beets, in our original Heart shape. And you will notice when you receive the order how much more red they are now. Same large amount of hay, but we found a way to get more color.
FD012bh Heartbeets from www.bunnybytes.com
This morning, Tilbert and Violet stretched out like they have never done before. Violet stretched her legs out long between the two rugs on the radiant heat floor. Then Tilbert plopped himself right next to her butt.
Even as I walked around and took lots of pics, they didn’t get up or changed position. It must have been a GREAT breakfast.
Violet and Tilbert on the nightstand–aka, the Raisin Altar–a few nights ago. Obviously, they are telling me it is time for me to go to sleep so they can get to their shenanigans.
Tilbert hates car rides, but loves car magazines and cars made of yucca.
Violet, meanwhile, enjoys her dinner of romaine, parsley, and Bunfectionary Chomping Chafe, a mixture of Bunny Biscotti chafe, dried vegetables, and tasty experiments like spinach paper, pineapple glass, and fruit powders.
As the year comes to a close, we’d like to remind people that they may be eligible to write off the care of foster and rescue expenses. Check with the IRS or an accountant to see if you are eligible, and be sure to get that acknowledgement letter from the rescue itself.
Here are a few links:
Remember: Use it but don’t abuse it!