My Story - Not Much More to Tell
There isn't much more to tell about how I came to my human family. But I do have a few more baby pictures to show.
I've already introduced Rudy. When he was little he used to live in our basement. This really wasn't so bad because our house was built on the side of a hill. That meant that our basement door opened up into the yard. That side of the basement had big windows and lots of natural light. Mom kept the computer there and the human kids had homeschool there as well.
I had free reign of the house, but Rudy had to spend part of the day and all night in a hutch.
I was very interested in Rudy's hutch. After all, it was a box. It was a really neat see-through box with toys in it, a food bowl, and a water bottle which dripped water. I wanted very badly to go inside to explore.
Oddly, Rudy wasn't the least bit interested in being in there. In fact all he wanted was to get out. And sometimes he did get out. When Mom let him. He was only allowed out when he could be supervised, because even though Mom had rabbit-proofed that part of the basement, she still worried that he might gnaw on something that was dangerous. Dangerous for either him or it.
Everytime Rudy was out I would try to go explore his hutch. Mom always said no. One day, when Mom was cleaning out the tray underneath the hutch, I got in there anyway.
If you look closely under the hutch you can see a white blob of fluff. That's Rudy. He used to love to crawl under the hutch and tear up the newspaper Mom put under there.
Here is a picture of Rudy and Me playing Binky Ball.
The rules of Binky Ball are:
1. The human throws the ball
2. The Cat runs after the ball
3. The rabbit binkies and runs around
Sometimes Rudy would run circles around Mom. She called it his "bunny dance."
Mom cried when Rudy went to the Rainbow Bridge. This last picture is of Me next to Rudy's memorial stone.
Of all the rabbits Mom has had, Rudy was my favorite.