Wednesday, January 12, 2011

For the love of a bunny

 In rememberance of my two precious furballs whole gave me so much joy in the short time they were mine:                        

 Basil at 2 weeks old- I thought he was a girl at first and named him Cornflower!

Wabbits in a box: the day I got Buttercup & Basil

My Mom feeding Buttercup some cabbage

Buttercup always saw Basil as her own personal cushion, here she has her feet propped up on his back. He never seemed to mind though.
Haha...Basil...such a character!

No, I did give my bunnies wine!, I put them on the table to clean their paws. It's amazing that my Mom allowed them to climb all over her furniture.
Buttercup after the labourer brought her back the first time she went missing, she was covered in dirt and oil. I carried her around all day and she just slept.
Buttercup says "Merry Christmas"
The Bible and the Bunny: I was doing some Bible reading (yes I do do that occasionally!) and I accidently took this picture while playing with my phone. Ironically it's the last picture I took of Buttercup and was taken just hours before she dissappered again:(


  1. AWWWWW, Stephi, they are the cutest babies, I'm so sorry that you can't snuggle with them right now. My heart is breaking with you.

  2. Thanks Wendy- whoever thought two little bunnies could make such an impact. Much love to you x

  3. They are adorable. I'm sorry for your loss. I'm glad you have photos so that they can still be part of your life.

    Thank you for sharing them. The warmth you express as you talk about them touched my heart.

  4. Thanks Miss Robin, I'm thankful to have had them:)

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  6. They are sooo adorable and it breaks my heart... my heart aches for you... animals give us so much joy and love... Thank you for sharing the photos and memories... I loved seeing the cuties again... Always remember the time you did have with them... I have a feeling this won't be the last time you have a pet... is there a cat in the future!?? :)


  7. Thanks so much for your positivity Christine, I really appreciate it. I can't believe how much loosing this little bunny has broken my heart. Everytime I go outside, I can't help but scan my eyes around the garden just in case she is there. And I still leave the outside light on for her. I miss her so much.

    It was always my plan to get a kitty- I love them. I'm in the middle of getting ready to go back to University so probably after this rush is over. And I still plan to get another bunny somewhere down the road. Once you had them, you want more!