When the pups are outside, Jojo has free reign of the kitchen/dinning room area. If we forget to either push the chairs away from table or push the chairs under the table, Jojo seizes the opportunity to hop up and explore the dinning room table. Apparently, he has a thing for napkins.
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I am married. We have two boys, two dogs, and two cats. I am on the Oxford Comma team. I look forward to my first large cup of coffee, black, every single morning, and I look forward to that second large cup of coffee, still black, every single afternoon.
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32 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 185”
Awesome shots! It looks so fabulous! =)
Thank you very much, ‘IShooted’. I appreciate you visiting.
That is one amazing wabbit!
Who knew a rabbit could be so entertaining, Torkey?! I did not.
Hahaha! The last one is hands down my favorite.
He’s such a dork, Kim. An adorable and overly curious dork.
Jo has red eyes, white coat, now a little blue around his neck with a little “liberty” bell might let you know where he is and observe our holiday tomorrow! Just thinking….:)
That’s funny, Georgette. I may have to look around for a blue ribbon. Jojo is so hard to photograph. He’s quick, and his eyes always reflect the light.
I’m happy to get an update on JoJo.
Reggie and JoJo must have some sort of psychic connection. Reggie loves to eat napkins too. (Oh, and tissues)
I’m willing to bet Reggie provides the same amount of entertainment when sneaking around to snag said napkins or tissues. 🙂
So, just to confirm, rabbits are apparently like the coolest pets ever?
Yep. Pretty much.
If you see black jelly beans out on the dining room table, and you didn’t put them there…I wouldn’t eat them. Just a little safety tip.
Hahahahahahahahahaha [BREATHE] hahahahahahahaha! That is hilarious!! I assure you, no jelly beans were found on the table.
What a wascally wabbit!
He is a wascally wabbit, MJ! 100%.
I had a bunny that loved to be “up,” too. She usually bounded onto the chest at the foot of the bed, then onto the bed. There are still claw scratches in the chest, a fond reminder of an adventurous girl.
I continue to be amazed at how much Jojo travels and explores. Having an indoor bunny with a bit of freedom is nothing less than entertaining. We are really going to miss him when he goes back to his real home.
They are very curious critters.
I had no idea.
he better be recycling those 🙂
Hahaha! Trust me, Stasha… one way or another, those napkins are being recycled.
He is so cute. I can just feel his fur under my fingers. I always wanted a bunny as a kid. But I had horses, dogs, cats, sheep, coyotes, and birds. Mom woulda crapped if I’d tried to introduce a bunny to the zoo.
Oh, I am certain the coyotes would have loved it if you had bunnies, too! (smirk)
Too sweet. Jojo looks like a kid hiding behind the napkins.
Blessings – Maxi
He does, Maxi. He’s a kid caught in mischief.
We had two white rabbits, named Sophia and Loren, and they looked just like Jojo. I still think about them a lot, especially when I’m cutting up celery, which they loved.
Sophia and Loren. Great names, Charles. Jojo doesn’t seem overjoyed when given celery. He really likes the cores of apples, the greens from carrots, and lettuce. He’s a very hungry bunny.
Looks like Jojo gets some pretty big air, Ms. D!
You know what they say about bunnies with big feet. 🙂