First of all, I need to explain about the post box.
Unlike most burrows where letters and things drop through a hole in the door, our burrow is different. There s a metal post box outside that the 2-foots have to open to collect the mail, so it is impossibull for us to sen-sur it by chewing things that we don't think are suitable before the 2-foots can get to them... Anyway... In todays post was a copy of "Rabbiting On" magazine. As I'm sure you are aware, this is the magazine that the Rabbit Welfare Association produce, and we always look forward to digesting it (having made sure that we have chewed it thoroughly first). Anyway, as I was saying, Rabbiting On arrived today, and the 2-foots have been reading it. Imagine our horror when the 2-foot with the fur on the top of her head said "According to what it says here, we are giving them too many pellets". Then, the 2-foot with no fur on the top of his head said "We feed them too much of everything".
This is appalling! Loopy, how can we :-
1. Make sure that the 2-foots don't cut down on our rations, and
2. In the future, intercept any unsuitable reading material before they have chance to be led astray by it?