Jul. 1st, 2004 at 6:56 AM
Well the countdown has now begun. On Sunday, it is the Bunny Camp Open Day, when you can send along your 2-foots to help to have a good time, and also to help to raise money for the buns. As most of you already know, I spent over a year at Bunny Camp before I came to live with my best girl Flopsy, and there's no doubt about it, if you have nowhere to go, then there is no better place. We are allowing our 2-foots to go on Sunday for a number of reasons:-
1. They have shown a definite improvement since they attended the training day at Ebony Eyes
2. THERE WILL BE TOYS ON SALE
3. The food has been quite good, and plentiful this week
4. THERE WILL BE TREATS ON SALE
5. They will be able to help the buns who are not as fortunate as we are
6. THEY WILL BE ABLE TO BUY US LOTS OF TOYS AND TREATS!!!!!
Of course we are not thinking of ourselves here, we will be left alone on Sunday, but we are prepared to suffer this hardship to help our friends at Bunny Camp... BUT THOSE 2-FOOTS HAD BETTER NOT COME HOME EMPTY HANDED!!!
Current Mood: optimistic
Jul. 1st, 2004 02:40 pm (local)
Wish my two foot could go!
Well this sounds fantastic, I wish my two foot could go along with you to bunny camp but unfortunately she is at work this weekend, I checked her diary you see and she had it all penciled in... long shifts behind that bar thing... sounds cruel to me but I can see it in her eyes she feels left out. Perhaps if you see the odd toy for me, ?? heheh JOKE
Jul. 1st, 2004 03:20 pm (local)
Treats and toys
And if they do come home empty handed then you know just where to send them for more training .....
Love from The Hairy Mob
Jul. 1st, 2004 04:03 pm (local)
Wow - toys AND treats in one spot! Hope they bring all sorts of goodies! I have my 2foots trained pretty well that way. Mom is especially good at buying me new toys. Of course, I always prefer the old ones! He, he, he!
Jul. 2nd, 2004 01:14 am (local)
I think it is wonderful for you to arrange all these outings for your 2-foots. Everybun knows that keeping them in the house all the time can really make them a bit loopy.
I really hope your pair does better than our girl once they're out. At last month's HRS picnic our 2-foot forgot the packet of papers that she gives people in exchange for toys and treats. All she came home with was a block of wood with a picture of a bun on it. Now she's using that block of wood to put that bunny's picture on the pieces of mail she sends out to pitiful 2-foots who hope somebun will adopt them. It is just shameful how daft our girl is.