Border Wars: Battle of the Bunnies

As I’m still in my reader request mode, this week we’re focusing on bunnies and how to keep those adorable little bastards out of your garden. Since I actually have three rescue rabbits and have fostered more in the past, bunnies are a subject I actually know a weird amount about. (Wanna talk about rabbit social hierarchy systems in regards to grooming? I’m your weirdo.) Continue reading Border Wars: Battle of the Bunnies

When Your Pet Hates You: Six Stages of Grief

I’m quite familiar with this process, being a nearly-lifelong rabbit owner, so I thought I’d help guide you all through the stages of pet-rejection grief, should you ever encounter it. I’m working from my experience with rabbits, here, but you can insert any aloof pet: other small animals, many cats, and the occasional dog. Continue reading When Your Pet Hates You: Six Stages of Grief

The Daily Goodie: 1/14

As I’ve admitted here before, I have a soft spot for rabbits. I also like catchy songs and popular YouTube videos. So, because it’s Friday, it’s a long weekend, and you’re probably digging yourself out from under some snow, why not start your day with a cute, catchy bunny song video? Continue reading The Daily Goodie: 1/14

Here’s To You, Weird Pets of America

Pets are the best. In the US, we love dogs and cats to the point that we treat them like members of our family. Thanks to thousands of years of co-existing and learning to manipulate one other for our mutual benefit, the human-cat or human-dog relationship is quite a beautiful thing. And, believe me; I love both dogs and cats. But what about the other pets?  As someone with a “weird” pet ““ two, actually ““ I’d like to defend them. Continue reading Here’s To You, Weird Pets of America