Sunday, October 7, 2007

Camouflage

You ain't seen me, right?

16 comments:

Vikki said...

Did you put Tim there to pose for a cute photo or did he go there himself? He looks like he might eat the plant!

Ian said...

That was all his own idea.

Jen said...

I want a bunny! ! !

I've tried, the husband says, "no."

***sad***

Ian said...

I'm pretty sure any bunny in your house would become a meal for one of the other pets.

Alli said...

OMG! What a cute bunny!!!

Anonymous said...

Um Ithink your plant needs a bit of tlc,what are you going to do with bunny when you go on holiday?

Ian said...

Yeah, the money tree is on its way out, no thanks to being sat on by a rabbit. We'll find a willing volunteer to look after him when we're away without too much trouble I think...Alli already thinks he's cute!

Alli said...

My zoo would probably try to eat your fuzzy bunny. If I lived closer to town, I would totally watch your Tim when you went on holiday.

BTW, why the name "Tim?" Just curious.

P.S. Does your rabbit have "huge sharp pointy teeth? "What's 'e do, nibble your bum?"

Jen said...

No, he's probably more like Bunnicula!

Yeah, I wondered about the name "Tim", but since you inherited him, I didn't think you had to much to do with it.

What? ! My animals eat another? ! For shame. But you're probably right. Still want one though. . .

Ian said...

Alli: Thanks, don't worry though, none of our other friends can resist cute little Tim's charms. The name was inherited, so I'm not sure where it came from. His teeth are not exactly huge and pointy, but I wouldn't get between him and a chunk of apple.

Jen: Your animals live in a carefully controlled eco-system, introducing a pet that any of them see as food would tip the scales in a disastrous way.

Alex&Fi said...

Good camouflage skills. Impressive.

I think Alli is, with great subtlety, referring to an element in a certain Monty Python movie.

And Jen, if you introduced another animal into your house you could call it a city farm and charge people to come in!

Alli said...

Yep, you are spot on, alex&fi! Love the Holy Grail!

Bruce Lenorf said...

Tim looks more and more like the T-800 model.

mindy said...

Does Tim just run freely in the house? Is he litterbox trained? My dog would try eat him, but he sure is cute.

Ian said...

He stays in his big pen most of the time. We open the door in the morning while we're getting ready for work and in the evenings when we come home, so he runs around for about 6 hours a day. Well, he could, in reality, he just moves somewhere else to stretch out and sleep. He is litter box trained. Mostly. If we leave him out too long he kind of forgets about the litter box.

Ian said...

Alli: I can't believe I missed a subtle Monty Python reference on my own blog. Probably because I don't like The Holy Grail anywhere near as much as The Life of Brian.

Bruno: If you gave me a cybernetic killer rabbit from the future we're going to have to have words when you get back from Siberia.