by Cabelo | Jun 27, 2021 | Paws & Claws
These little guys have settled in really well and have received so much attention and socialisation that I’m hoping they’ll make fine therapy bunnies. Viktoria, who recently relocated her private practice (Lemon Tree Therapy) to Cabelo, has already used Eric in a couple of interventions and he has done really well.
Eric is the more traditional looking rabbit and Butters has the white patches on this head. They absolutely adore each other and it’s really cute to see them interact. If rabbits laid eggs, I think they would make the perfect pet!
by Cabelo | Mar 28, 2021 | Paws & Claws
So life has changed pretty dramatically over the past year, with the salon shut far more than it’s been open. Mr Nibbles stayed in the garden for some weeks, but he just wasn’t getting the company he deserved and eventually I bought him home with me. For 2 months he lived happily outside but then started to come inside for longer and longer until he started to get crosser and crosser about being returned to his hutch overnight. So he moved indoors permanently. And somewhere along the line became a dog.
I promise you, this is a very unusual sight for a prey animal; a bunny sleeping so soundly he doesn’t even realise he’s been approached and photographed. Otherwise, I imagine he would have taken the time to tidy up his hair.
With help from Ross from Bostin’ Plumbing Ltd.
by Cabelo | Jul 30, 2019 | Paws & Claws
We chickens have had our beaks put slightly out of joint by the little fluffy bundle of cuteness that is Mr Nibbles (not my words, you understand, but words I seem to hear a lot of these days). We couldn’t work out why he kept getting red and pink smudges on his head, then we realised that he was the daily recipient of lipsticky smooches. What’s he got that we haven’t, I’d like to know? He doesn’t even lay eggs!
And why won’t he stop eating? What’s wrong with him? And he doesn’t even lay eggs! Yes ok, I know I already said that, but when you get affronted you can get a little repetitive. Cut me some slack, I’m new to this blogging lark.
Next time – the mystery of the shop flock