Monday, August 29, 2016
Good-bye to the Foster Buns, A Visit from a Great Horned Owl and Farrier Time for the Donkeys at the Lazy Vegan!
Sadly, we had to bid our foster bunnies farewell here at the Lazy Vegan because certain WABBITS named Rufus and Wasabi weren't keen on the idea of some of their own kind lounging in luxury in the cabin - even though technically, they had no clue that they were there! Clearly, though, they knew on some sensory level and had started to squabble - and we didn't want another Day of the Bite. So back to the shelter went precious Harold and Fifi. I'll still be able to visit and snuggle with them on my volunteer days and I hope they both get adopted soon! Fifi still awaits her spay day.
The day after the foster buns left, a beautiful Great Horned owl visited the Lazy Vegan! You just never know WHO is gonna stop by at the Lazy Vegan! Made me glad that our bunnies are safe indoor bunnies, for sure!
The donks were less-than-thrilled to have their "spa day" with a visit from the farrier but happy to get a walk beforehand. Later in the day, I found our neighbor's dog, Lucy, happily munching on hoof trimmings near the barn - just like Bravo LOVED to do! We're getting closer to thinking about a dog again - fingers crossed we can find a great mellow pooch to adopt who will get along famously with the bunnies!
The bunnies were scuffling so bad in the morning that I had to resort to putting a dab of banana on Rufus so that Wasabi would "remember" to groom him instead of biting him!
And super fast Fifi:
Monday, August 22, 2016
Oh, bunnies, bunnies and BUNNIES!! It has been another bunny-themed week here at the Lazy Vegan with the arrival of not one but two foster buns! We spiffed up the cabin and viola - instant rabbit resort! Harold and Fifi are the first bun guests at the Lazy Vegan Cabin Hotel! Fingers still crossed (paws, too) that the permanent bunny residents won't catch wind of the fact that other bunnies are here... we certainly do take the time to wash hands between visits and I'm very careful with where I wash litter boxes, etc., to avoid bringing any scent inside. Fifi still needs to be spayed and I'm hoping her hormones are airborne enough to reach the main house! At any rate, so far so good - it's great to help out when Sonoma Humane Society is so full!
I made part of the deck safe, too.