Friday, August 19, 2016

Baby WHAT NOW?!

It all started when I noticed my darling bunny Myrtle pulling out her fur.

Naturally, this quite an alarming sight for me and thus I quickly went to consult my all-knowing Mummy-dearest who simply replied:

"Look it up on the internet."

What profound advice. Thank-you all-knowing Mummy-dearest.

Every single article or forum post I found at least mentioned that my bunny could well be pregnant and making a nest, or possibly going through what they called a 'false pregnancy' where they just made little nests for no reason other than it must be comfy to sleep in.

I decided it must be the latter option since I was pretty darn sure both my bunny children were girls.

I hope you all know where I'm going with this.

Fast forwarding to today, Mum and I were out at a friend's place having lunch when mum's phone started ringing. Since she was chatting away happily (and because she asked me too) I answered the phone for her.

Conversation as follows:


Me: Huuuullo? (Yes I actually answer like that, don't judge me)

Little Sister #1: Sarah! You will not believe this, but I was outside when I realised I couldn't see the bunnies and so I checked inside the hutch and THERE-IS-SIX-BABIES-IN-THERE!

Me: Er, pardon?

Little sister #1: SIX BABY BUNNIES IN THE HUTCH SARAH.

Me: whaAAAAAAAAAT?!


Basically, My little sister was heaps excited and I was very confused. This went on for a long while, during which I was trying to rely information onto Mum who was just as shocked as I was.

I should probably mention that The One Major Rule for me getting my own bunnies was that they would both be the same gender. So that we could totally avoid situations like these.

'LOL, TOO BAD!' -Minty (The boy bunny, apparently)

Thankfully, Mum and Dad seemed more pleasantly surprised (or they were just in shock, I just wanted to look on the bright side) and were taking it slightly better then I was... Haha, that could have been awkward.

So we got home and I got to meet my little grand-kittens (Fun fact: Baby bunnies are called kittens! D'aww.) and scold their dear bunny parents...Who had clearly not read the terms and conditions of their rent. 

Luckily for them, my attempt to scold them failed terribly because I could never stay cross with them, since they are just so darn cute all the time. (I suspect this must be a survival thing.)

Some Pictures For Your Daily Dose Of Cuteness*:

Such fluffy beds :)
Six wittle babies!
Looks like a baby piggy :D
Not so much of a baby piggy...
Two  little not-piglets


Or, in summary....

WHAT AM I GOING TO DO WITH SIX BABY BUNNIES?!

(*If you don't see these bunnies as cute, fear not, our projected figures show a 330% increase of cuteness later on in their adorable lives.)

6 comments:

  1. That is okay, mummy says we can have one if they survive. (um not me though I want no responsibility for it whatsoever, chooks are enough for me) But they are so cute!

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    1. Hopefully they shall survive :D ...Mawhahah, we'll see how strong your resolve is once you actually meet the little bubbies >:D (Indeed they are!)

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  2. Oh my gosh! LOL! This was so hilarious! I can't believe what happened!XD They're so cute though!;)
    -Emma-

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    1. Indeed they are! Even now I'm still slightly shocked at seeing little mini Mintys and Myrtles hopping around their little yard xD (Totally worth it though!!)

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