Have you seen it?
Jul. 28th, 2004 at 11:46 AM
I'm sorry I'm late writing today, but I've been REALLY busy!!! My 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) has lost his job, so me and Flopsy Girl have been looking for it. The trouble is, we don't know what it looks like, so how will we know when we find it? Apparently, it's really important that he has a job, or they won't let him get food from the allotment (it must be some kind of pass thing I guess).
If you see my 2-foot's job anywhere will you please let us know?
Current Mood: worried
Jul. 28th, 2004 01:28 pm (local)
Don't worry Dandy, our 2foots don't have jobs, and we still get green food from our allotment so you won't starve. I think there must be something in the air at the moment because our 2foots are looking for jobs as well, even though they haven't lost one! We never will understand 2foots
Blackberry and Tayberry
Jul. 28th, 2004 02:07 pm (local)
Have you seen it?
We wouldn't worry about finding that job again - it sounds like it wasn't the right type of job for your 2foot (the one with no fur on his head) - he would be better off taking some time out and waiting till all feels right with the world - then he can get an even better job than before and he will feel fantastic :-)
Our 2foots don't have jobs either and we get loads of green foods - and if things get bad we can always send you lots - we know that your other friends would to :-)
Just think of all the fun that you can have with your 2foot now - he can wait on you paw and foot - let the training begin in earnest :-)
Love from The Hairy Mob
Jul. 28th, 2004 02:12 pm (local)
Re: Have you seen it?
You may well have a point there. LET THE TRAINING COMMENCE!!!
Jul. 28th, 2004 06:51 pm (local)
Well, I don’t know what a job looks like too. It took a whole year for my pet 2foot find a job after he lost the one he had last year. You can tell how incompetent he is! He was looking all over try to find it in the US like headless fly. Now he lives in a place called “desert.” I don’t know what it is, but it is totally bare with dirt unlike in Oregon has green and abundant dandelion. You see, after I went over the rainbow bridge, he lost all his senses. 2foots need us buns to keep them straight.
Dandy, I believe you have been training your 2foot well. He is smarter than my 2foot because he has you and Flopsy. At no time he will find his lost job. Now he has more time to serve you and Flopsy too! Don’t worried about the greens from allotment. If things get worse, we can always start a collection just for you and Flopsy!
From the other side of the rainbow bridge
Jul. 28th, 2004 07:27 pm (local)
What's it like over the bridge? are you fit and strong again?
Jul. 28th, 2004 07:50 pm (local)
Re: Hello BunnyBunny
Yes! I am fit and strong again. It is very nice here with all you can eat greens. I never have to worry to run out of food. I reunite with my girls Lady Grace and Bunka Baby. I feel like a young bun again! Binky! They are on my side now. The best of be a spirit bun is I can go any place just by a blink of eye! It is true. I often back to visit my poor 2foots. Honest! 2foots are so miserable without buns. But they can’t see us. I have to hop in some of their dreams to cheer them up!
Jul. 28th, 2004 09:54 pm (local)
Hi! I'm not sure what a job looks like, but when my 2foots come home, they're always complaining about them. So maybe it's best not to have one for a little! Mom always complains about the other 2foots in some place called the Orfice. I don't know what that is, but it sounds pretty boring and loud. Very loud. She's always complaining about a 2foot that comes in and yells at the fish on her desk. Both Mom and Dad can't wait to save up enough to spend all their time at home!