You may have seen dog shaming or cat shaming, but have you seen bunny shaming?
When The Koala and I went out of town for a few days last week, Tofu found his way up onto a chair to a chest of drawers and to this grass bunny gifted to us by Cassie and Flatpac of Food My Friend.
Shame bunny, shame.
It’s hard to shame a bunny though. They don’t have the same sense of guilt that dogs have.
Sorry Cassie and Flatpac.
Aww! Tofu, how could you?
This reminds me of pet bearding!
Pet bearding is awesome. I wonder if it would work with a rabbit? They don’t have necks really so hard to get them to look up like that.
Maybe! I heard about it through this blogger who managed with her guinea pig!
Oh wow. If you can do it with a cavy, you can do it with a morph.
Commence lagomorph bearding! 🙂
And this is blind Tofu? I don’t think the blindness hinders him much.
He has cataracts in both eyes so can probably only just make out light vs dark. He certainly adapts and gets up to just as much mischief!
I actually found only one of my bunnies had humility and would be embarrassed when caught doing something naughty. That bunny was not Dustie, she was more like Tofu.
Tofu doesn’t really get embarrassed. He’s far too spoilt.
LOL. How did he even find it to attack? Oh if I shamed all of the things that Flatpac and Archie do… I could start another blog!
It was sitting on a dresser. He jumped into the chair beside it and then onto the dresser. He must have been really bored.
he’s just showing that he’s a ninja bunny unlike the other bunny haha so cute 😀
What an adorable shame face. Izzy’s shame photo would no doubt include multiple furniture corners and an unfortunate iPhone cable that fell out of my bag.
Interesting, Tofu doesn’t have an appreciation for furniture. He does enjoy shoes and bags though.
Maybe it was more attracted by the grassy look? :-). Just posted another feijoa zest recipes (agar agar) and i also make a cordial, here http://alessandrazecchini.blogspot.co.nz/2011/04/feijoa-and-lemon-zest-cordial.html
I’m in Auckland. But was born in Central… Otago that is…. Cheers