rabbit attack


The way this baby bunny plays with my finger is so funny! ^v^


Bunny Man

The Bunny Man is an urban legend that probably originated from two incidents in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1970, but has been spread throughout the Washington, D.C. area. The legend has many variations; most involve a man wearing a rabbit costume who attacks people with an axe or hatchet.

Most of the stories occur around Colchester Overpass, a Southern Railway overpass spanning Colchester Road near Clifton, Virginia, Colchester Overpass is commonly referred to as “Bunny Man Bridge”. Locals allegedly began to find hundreds of cleanly skinned, half-eaten carcasses of rabbits hanging from the trees in the surrounding areas. (source)

Wires Crossed

Prompt: I planned out this super romantic proposal and you just ruined it by beating me to whole proposing thing.
Fandom: Inuyasha
Characters: Higurashi Kagome, SessMama, Sesshoumaru
Setting: Post-canon
1,000 Words

“He’s never going to do it,” Kagome muttered glumly, staring down at the murky green depths of her tea. “I’ve tried dropping hints but that hasn’t helped at all.”

“Of course it has not,” lady Sae scoffed. “Males are hopeless with hints – my son included.”

“I just feel like I’m at the end of my rope with him,” she sighed.

Lady Sae’s painted lips quirked and she shrugged her slender shoulders. “Even a rabbit will attack when cornered. Perhaps you should to take matters into your own hands.”

“Can I do that?” Kagome gaped at lady Sae. “Wouldn’t it be… unconventional, for the female to propose?”

“Strict traditionalists would disapprove, but a precedent does exist. Besides, you two are hardly the conventional match to begin with; a bond between a miko and a daiyoukai is nothing short of preposterous.”

“Well, that’s true,” Kagome agreed with a small smile. “Do you think he’d mind?”

“Hnn. He certainly has his pride, but if you follow tradition as closely as you can, it should serve to mollify his sense of propriety – as well as his ego.”

Kagome bit her lip in hesitation. “I don’t know much about the youkai tradition.”

“Worry not, my dear,” lady Sae purred, her golden eyes flashing. “I shall teach you everything you need to know.”

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RIP, Udonge. Rest in Princesses

“P-Princess, please! Y-You’ll start giving people the wrong ideas…” And give this poor rabbit a heart attack.

In training.

River makes one giant leap for bunkind while training for the spacebun program.  She is eagerly awaiting the moon base that was promised by the humans decades ago.

On a more somber note…

Our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of those who lost their lives on Bastille Day in Nice, France.  We wish the injured a speedy recovery and would like to thank the police and military personnel for their help in keeping people safe and to the first responders and local hospital workers for helping save the lives of the victims.  Our thoughts are with you.

We’ll be back on Monday.

my sister found this big rabbit on her way back from work today!

:[ it’s so sad when people abandon their pets. Please don’ let your domestic rabbit go “free”. They are NOT related to wild rabbits, and CANNOT breed with them. Wild rabbits will attack and kill domesticated HOUSE rabbits, so please don’t do this. In my mind, releasing any domestic animal into “the wild” is considered a cruelty.

Look how tiny and precious Kiku was as a baby bun. Now, the time of year is fast approaching when many bunnies just as cute and small as Kiku was will be in pet stores far and near, but we urge you to please consider some VERY important facts before you pick a young bun for your family.
1) Rabbits are an 8-10+ year commitment. They do NOT live the same length of life as a rodent.
2) Rabbits are not cheap. You need to have quality vet care from a rabbit savy veterinarian, this can include spay/neuter, exams, vaccinations in some places, nail trims, medications, etc. you also need to purchase supplies and toys on a continual basis.
3) Rabbits and children or other pets MUST be supervised. Bunnies have fragile skeletons that can be damaged very easily, stress and fear can lead to life threatening conditions such as stasis or heart attack.
4) Rabbits need proper food. Timothy hay in good supply is best, NOT alfalfa, pellets should be made from Timothy hay, and vegetables and fruits should be given in proper amounts. Do your research on which veggies or fruits are healthy for your bunny and which are not. Never give them nuts or junky snacks.
5) Rabbits need companionship from either a second rabbit, or a few hours of attention a day from you. They do sleep quite a bit, but when they’re awake they will get bored and lonely if they have no one to interact with. Rabbits are social animals and enjoy companionship.
6) Rabbits need to be spayed or neutered! This helps cut down destructive behavior and can keep lady bunnies from developing uterine cancers.

These are just 6 points of many to think about before taking a bunny home. Remember, that cute baby bun IS going to grow up, and far too many of them end up at the shelter or worse because humans didn’t think about the commitment a rabbit requires.

If what you really want is cute without commitment, buy a plush toy this year instead. 🙂