Friday, January 22, 2016

Faces

Bunny faces are pretty nifty.

Cutie.

This pretty female is Cutie. She's been at Heartland for several years now and owns a big chunk of my heart. Most days when I go to Heartland I check to see if she's in a mood to let me have a head rubbing session with her...and if she is I sit her on my chest and pleasure myself by stroking her head...she seems to enjoy the contact too.

The little dynamo pictured below is named Fiona. She's gifted with enough attitude for 4 or 5 bunnies and recently was adopted by one of the terrific folks who volunteer and support Heartland. She and Fiona are a perfect match. I was really happy for Fiona when she was presented with her very own pink house.

Fiona and her house.
She's a very small beauty...and...as is often the case with bunnies...her attitude is much bigger than her physical size. She generally greets most humans with a growl and a slap...but then often sort of melts into enjoying a head rub if it is offered.

Earthlings who happen to be bunnies...wow...they are simply terrific.

This graphic knocked me out because I suspect that the message is true.


You can contribute to the battle against evil in this dimension by opposing oppression every time you can. Living vegan is one part of that battle.

4 comments:

joan.kyler said...

So much personality in those lovely little faces!

Christine said...

What beautiful rabbits you are fortunate to be able to help these abandoned creatures and give them a better life. It’s good to know that there are people who care and help animals. Cutie reminds me of our rabbit Patch who sadly is no longer with us. Looking after rabbits for four years showed me that these animals are amazing creatures each with their own personality. Sadly rabbits are one of the most neglected of domesticated animals here in the UK.

Love the graphic! You are right there is much evil and oppression and it can seem so overwhelming at times.

veganelder said...

Thank you for commenting Joan. Indeed...their faces are rather less mobile than human faces but...taking some time to become familiar with those faces can teach us how to see the messages there.

veganelder said...

Thank you for commenting Christine. I began going to the rescue to "help" the bunnies...and I think my efforts provide some comfort for them...but the goodies I get from being around those incredible beings far outweighs any "effort" I might expend. Bunnies have to be experienced to be known and appreciated...which...once considered...is pretty much the same way it is for most everything that is alive.