ooooh noooo. bad bunny. :/
shitballs! if i show this to joe, we will NEVER have a bunny. :(
Please don't tell me this is destruction of the newly finished walls. Very bad bunny, indeed. :(
It does look a wee bit ashamed though...
@ Kristy, brand new. Nye says he was waiting. He's never ripped wallpaper in his life and he chose two days after we'd finished painting to start. @Michelle, never. The rabbit knows no shame.
ahhh, living with pets can be an ongoing war between the pet's desire to munch and the state of the home. rabbit 1 wall 0, this round at least.
My mum had rabbits for years and they all did this - our house ended up looking like some kind of shack... but i probably shouldn't have mentioned that. Maybe it's the stress / new sounds and stuff that's making him freak out? My mom certainly kept our bunnies at a high level of anxiety.
Nom for wallpaper! You're giving people all over second thoughts about adopting bunnies now though... :/
P, noooo! I was hoping it was right before all the new work was done, but the wall colour looked new. Ugh, that makes me a bit ill. Is there anything you can treat the walls with at the bottoms? Kind of like that nail polish that tastes bad that is supposed to keep people from biting their nails?
What a hooglie!
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Goodness.There would have been The Losing of Shit in a Massive Way over here, that's for sure.
I think your bunny and my orange cat should go on a long ocean voyage together.
But shouldn't all his movements be greated with joy???;)
i will take him. with that face, he could tear my walls to bits and i will punish him with kisses.(is this where we're all supposed to say forebodingly "JUST WAIT TIL YOU HAVE KIDS... MUHAHA"?)
Oh that bunny is devious. Little rascal was biding its time before it struck.
Oh dear I shouldn't laugh... bad bunny! Suddenly my kitties trashing my tights every now and then doesn't seem so bad! The bunny looks like it regrets it though (sort of)...
On the plus side, you have an area called a 'dining nook'. how brilliant!
Mittens. Threaten him with mittens. Earmuffs are not enough.:)
Bye Bye Bunny.... :(
And just get a look at his malevolent-appearing eyes.
I do agree with Michelle and Zoe, I think he looks a little bit apologetic. Just a little.
Rabbits also have a nasty habit of nibbling the insulation off electric cables - I don't know why they do it or how they do it without frying themselves but they do do it! Beware!
Oh dear, not good!
Oh damn f* rabbit! What he been up to??? Jealousy at the prospect of soon having siblings, I say.
I have a bunny that is just as naughty. They must be related.
I think Marie-Eve is right. He can tell you're about to pop.
He does look a bit ashamed... our rabbits were rubber fans - electrical cords and erasers watch out! With your impending arrival (yay) you might need to watch bottles and dummy's too!
Oh he was biding his time.Unless wallpaper paste is particularly tasty?
It wouldn't be appropriate telling vegetarian that I had a really nice rabbit stew on holiday but having seen this.....Our cats use textured wallpaper as scratching posts thankfully it is the wallpaper we're also trying to remove not that has been freshly hung.
I have exactly the same rabbit and I threatened to end in stew because it also comes from eating the brand wallpaper!They have a bad temper and yet we love them...bad rabbit ;)
Ah! Bad bunny. I know you still love him anyway. :)