Saturday, May 18, 2013

Breakfast with Bunnies

In addition to their baby formula, it's now time for big bunny food.
Salad greens, grasses, wood sorrel, verbena and rose flowers.
A grated carrot, because we all know bunnies love carrots.

Notch is always first to the breakfast table.

He's the more adventurous of the two.

Peg is a bit a worrier.
That will serve him well in the wild.

Peg's ready for me to stop taking pictures so he can eat in peace.

Unfortunately, they now have names.  
It doesn't mean they won't be released.  
It just means I needed a way to tell them apart.  Their names aren't lovely or lilting.
They're descriptive, but it suits them.


The bunny on the left is Notch.  The bunny on the right is Peg.
They both came in with a skin condition that caused some scabbing.
When the scabs came off, so did the skin.
Notch has two bits of skin missing from his right ear (you can see it if you click on the picture to enlarge it).
Peg has large (if you're a bunny) piece missing from the top of his left ear.

I call them "he"
but I won't know what sex they are until nearly release time.  
They just feel like male bunnies to me.  Don't know why.

That concludes this installment Breakfast with Bunnies.
Have a nice day. :)

3 comments:

  1. They are so cute and you do feed them well.

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  2. They sure are cute! You are doing an outstanding job...look how fast they have grown!

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

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  3. They are so adorable! And that salad looks pretty good to my eyes too!

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