Such good reminders - this guy is so pretty!! I have had a couple of rabbits in my life - my last lop eared was so sweet - they are a lot to care for.
I've never had one as a pet, but routinely enjoyed seeing them in my woodsy backyard at my last home. Honestly, I think these little guys need to be wild. They don't need us like the dogs and the cats do (even if cats think they don't!). :) That's just a personal opinion, though, and to each his own. This bun is so cute on his Spring-y background pattern! :) xo
I agree, L!
Really well done and you caught the "I do not approve! attitude that is actually endearing in such a small package. I was a bunny mom by default for a decade . Two came to me because there was no one else to care for them and while I wouldn't run out to get another it was an experience I look back on with fondness.I like how you have the background as a floor . There's alot of bunniness here. Of course the fur and all important nose are great
Bunnies and cats would be so much more entertaining if they could smile... Glad you had a good experience with your two, Anne!
I had a grey rabbit growing up and I have more fond memories of Robby than almost all the other animals we had!! I use to take him for strolls around the neighborhood in my baby carriage...kids ran up calling me a baby until they saw Robby inside...it was the best feeling!! Your painting brings back so many memories...just LOVE your art Diane...I am a big fan!!
I love it Kathryn! What a hoot, thanks for sharing that.
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