Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Bunny about town

Hello ladies, 

Cornflower, my Holland Lop, has been bunny about town in Philadelphia for the past couple weeks. Let's go exploring with her! From an outdoor cafe table, to enjoying the sweet offerings inside, to watching the world go by on the front steps of our apartment building, to a picnic in the park, she won't miss a thing.  




The fairest of them all.

Flirty lashes. 

Beauty in profile. 
A wee cookie monster.

Sleep inducing vegan cookies.

















Going down?

I can't see you. You can't see me. 

Concocting a plan...

There is no end to my cheekiness. 

Lounging on a blanket.

Little miss hops a lot.




Happy painting, ladies!

















25 comments:

  1. What a sweetie!!! Is she litter-trained?

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    1. Thanks! We're working on litter training at the moment. Usually they are fully trained at the sixth month point. She's doing very well. :)

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  2. omg, such a cute bunny you have there! I had a bunny and her name was Daisy. She lived with us for more then 4yrs but sadly she passed away 3-4months back :(. She was closest to my dad.

    ♥Crazy Pop Lock♥

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    1. Daisy is such a pretty name for a bunny. It sounds like she had many good years with you and your family.

      Thank you for your kind words about Cornflower. <3

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  3. aaw I wish i can have a bunny :( urs rly cute! I had one long ago but died because he was old, since then I cant have any more bunnies D:

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    1. I understand! I had rabbits as a girl and it took me a long time to have another bunny in my life.

      I'll keep sharing pictures of her on the blog. Thanks for complimenting Cornflower. xoxo!

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  4. omg that is one of the cutest little bunnies i have ever seen!!!

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    1. Thank you! I'm already planning her fall wardrobe. ;)

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    1. Thanks, sweetie! Cornflower is hard to resist. :)

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  7. OMG! She's the cuttest thing on Earth!

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    1. Thank you! She is the darling of the neighborhood!

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  8. Oh my gosh, she is too precious! *hugs computer screen* ^____^

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    1. Cornflower loves hugs. She adores attention and being held. ♥

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  9. This is completely out of control with the cuteness! :) :) I just did a little post about bunnies and linked to you - I am very inspired by Cornflower's adventures. :)

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    1. I'm excited about your bunny art! I think bunnies need more representation in Halloween themes. :)

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  10. Saw this polish & thought of you!
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/98421548/hearts-daggers

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  11. She is so cute! She is squish worthy! :)

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    1. Thank you! She does get her kisses & squishes!

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  12. Hi. Where do you buy Cornflower her dresses? I go to Persmart but they carry the ugliest things there. I wish to get my bunny pretty dresses with matching leashes. Right now her pet carrier is brown with stripes in orange blue and green. I want more girlie stuff for my bunny.

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    1. She's in a ferret dress/small animal dress from PetSmart in these pictures. Now that she has grown up, a local designer is making her outfits to size. I would suggest etsy. Look for harnesses for rabbits and small dogs. I bet you will find a seller who will make a pretty dress for your bunny's measurements. Best of luck outfitting your pretty bun!

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  13. So sweet!! I have two house rabbits, but they are older and don't like to go outside so much. One, Tabitha, is a holland lop and her partner is a little dwarf non-lop. Just delighted to have found your blog while looking for good nail blogs to follow, and turns out there are bunnies too!! You're moving to the top of my list!

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