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Tofu Tuesday: A rabbit of many names

I’m sure I’m not alone when I say we have many names for our pet.

From empowering titles like Major Fluff to repugnant names like Mister Rat Legs (during Tofu’s bunny butt bath time), here are a few designs I whipped up for our furry CEO.

majorfluff

broccolimorph

chubbyweasel

misterratlegs

cash

Background image: Tofu’s fur.

Note: “Cash” was actually given to him by our neighbour. I’m unsure if he was named after Johnny Cash or actual currency. Either way fits.

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I am Genie, a designer/photographer obsessed with food and bunnies. I live in Auckland, New Zealand with my husband, The Koala. I write about my hedonistic ways and I love the mantra "Eat well, travel often". I prefer not to write about myself in third person. www.bunnyeatsdesign.com

12 Comments

  1. Keebly says

    My bunnies Wallace and Billy aka:
    Walrus and The White FLash
    The White Ghost
    Orcapuff
    Beached Whale
    Piglets
    Fuzz Bomb
    Fluffy and Poopy
    Turkey
    Nibblor
    Poopdeck

  2. nicoleshultz says

    Haha, love them!

    I always call Eames, Boo, and now it has morphed into Boob, much to his dismay.

  3. I was afraid I was the only one who had a “repugnant” name for a pet. When I first brought Scout home, I kept calling by my Betta fish’s name, Spot. (They both start with S and end in T.)
    Then the real nicknames came.
    Squirt
    Bunny Buddy
    Funny Bunny
    and when I’m cleaning his tray,
    P**perknickle and
    P**p Factory
    Thanks for Tofu Tuesday posts. I love them.

    • Haha. Thanks for sharing, Paula. We have “Funny Bunny Walk” which is when their back feet move forward one at a time (like ours) instead of moving together as a hop. And considering they poop hundreds of times a day, I’m not surprised there are some poop themed names there!

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