I think this is a quite young rabbit. It just was not scared of me.
I get Ms Bun and the blanket from my church silent auction fundraiser. She did not have many bids, so I bid on her.
When I get her, I wonder who to give her to.
I am gone for two weeks, with a cat sitter coming in daily. The cats are bigger but still kittens. They are amazed when I get home. They are so surprised. I get the impression that they thought I was gone forever.
They are even more delighted when I go to bed. They purr and purr and purr. I am staying! They are very happy.
Today I have to get groceries. When I return, I see who Ms Bun is for. She helps take care of the cats when I am not here, and they both cuddle in her lap.
Welcome, Ms. Bun.
For the Ragtag Daily Prompt: squat.
What comes to mind is Taj Mahal’s Squat that Rabbit, a song that always makes me want to dance!
I also want to know what it means. There’s a rather nice discussion at mudcat.org.
The photograph is from the Kinetic Sculpture Festival. And here’s a bonus… Squat that Octopus.
We walked yesterday and saw three bunnies down the road. Then we realized that there was a young one right by us on the verge. We froze, except for the cameras, and this little one munched leaves and grass. Delightful! A bird finally sounded a warning and our friend hopped into the bushes.
No one gets angry at rabbits for being scared or shy. Why do we put so much pressure on children and on people for these emotions? Why do we label some emotions as “bad”? Fear and shyness help the young bunny survive and humans have these emotions too for the same reasons.
My daughter would not talk to strangers for years. She considered everyone strangers even if I knew them. It was not enough to have me introduce her. She would not speak. At two she would observe new day care staff for two weeks before she would speak to them. And I did not try to change her, because maybe… maybe that is more sensible than we adults want to admit. Not all people are nice or kind or ethical. And children need to know that as they grow. Caution will help this small bunny survive.
Rainshadow Chorale sang the premiere of Gil Seeley’s Morning Rabbit at our concert last Friday and Saturday. I took this photograph two years ago at WSU in Pullman.
Good morning, rabbit!
I keep thinking of Alice and rabbit holes and modern rabbits with this picture. Not down the rabbit hole but up the rabbit stairs. This rabbit is at home at the top of the stairs and waiting. What would today’s version of Alice look like?
Here is a small wild visitor, on a golf course. I wondered if her ears were burning…. all alight. Are the other rabbits talking about her? She seems pretty calm about it.