Re-defining "rabbit food"

Even bunnies have a hard time cutting calories and losing weight- and they only eat lettuce!

I've tried Bun Watchers, Bunny Craig, BunniFast, living at a hutch at Kirstie Alley's—nothing has worked.

It's Nom City, People: population 1.

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The Wildwood Flower said...


good one!

Mindy said...

That's great! It took me a second to realize the bunny was IN the bag and not a photo on the outside of the bag. :)

Carrie Arnold said...

It's actually something I can see my cat doing. You'd need a bag that was a little bigger, and different food, of course (she likes gravy), but I can just see my Aria doing something as goofy.

hungry for hunger said...

I cant' believe you wrote this entire post and blew the opportunity to reference rabbit starvation.

Clearly you don't watch as many stories about man vs. nature as I.

Carrie Arnold said...


I've read lots of nature stories, but I can't say I've heard of that before. Remind me to stick to animals with blubber if it comes down to it.

Then again, when I was working in public health, I called my summary of a tularemia outbreak simulation "The revenge of Peter Rabbit".

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