Thursday 26 February 2009

Apologies!

Quick update.. Apologies for not having updated the blog in so long.

Buster is doing great, still drinking from her bottle but she has also been spotted one or two times drinking from her bowl.

She's in good health, she's been brought recently to the vet to get her nails clipped.. she didn't like it.. but I'm sure she's more comfortable now :-)

We're delighted to announce that there is going to be a new addition to our household in June (and I'm not talking about a bunny! :-)

I promise I'll come back soon with lots of pictures and a proper update on Buster!

22 comments:

Jessica said...

Woohoo! Congrats all around! Thanks for the update! Can't wait to see the pictures!!!

pla725 said...

Congrats! And thank you for the update on Buster. Glad she is doing. My rabbits don't like there nails clipped either.

freyal said...

great!! I missed hearing Buster's news! Great she is doing great. Looking forward to the pics!!

robin said...

yay! Congrats! rabbits never like their nails trimmed. henry always fought us until we finally swept him up in a towel and wrapped him up in it until he looked like a baby in swaddling cloth (not so tough now are ya?). we'd then stick a paw out and proceed to cutting his nails haha.

Jikuu said...

Ah, clipping bunny nails. Always a fun chore. =P Congratulations on your new addition!

she-still-lives said...

aah! that's great. congrats on the baby!

I was worried buster had met with some ill ending -I only discovered this blog while you were on hiatus-but it's fantastic to see updates!

I second robin's method of nail clippings, it causes least stress to the bun. there's not a rabbit alive that likes their nails clipped, and afterwards, they bear a grudge -it takes a while to get forgiven 30 minutes or so [i've counted!]

flurrious said...

Thanks for the Buster update! And congratulations on your upcoming non-bunny bundle!

Alexandra said...

Phew! Great to hear Buster is alright! I was worried to see no news.
So Buster is alright: yay!

And it seems like Buster could be able to drink by herself one day. I hope so. ^^

How is she doing walking by herself now? Does she bang into walls from time to time? :-s
Ho, I'm thinking *rolls eyes*, what about a collar with some kind of transmitter-receiver that beeps when she approaches a furniture/wall, or food/water (with different kind of beep?), like a bat could do.
I don't know if that kind of thing exist, if not it could be made, with the help of a genius of course. ;-)
Maybe some blind-persons gear could be helpful?

By the way, does Buster vocalizes sometimes? Little calls, or contentment sounds etc. ^^

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Congratulations! What wonderful news.

And it's good to know Buster is doing well too.

Jan said...

This made my day - Buster update AND a baby update! Please keep us posted on both developments. And congratulations!!

Ter-o-fla said...

Thank you so much for updating!
I, too, was somewhat worried that perhaps something bad had happened to Buster.
That is also fantastic about a new baby!!
All the best!

Kasia Andrews said...

Thanks for the update, I often check in to see how she is doing and have been worried to see no updates for a while. I can't wait to see more pictures. Congrats on the baby news :)

Catprog said...

if you wish to build a echolocation for Buster.

You could use this instrutable
http://www.instructables.com/id/Ultrasonic-Batgoggles/?ALLSTEPS

Chai Latté said...

Congratulations!!!

warrior rabbit said...

Yay! I know 'no news is good news,' but I also couldn't help think there was maybe something wrong.

Glad there's good news on all fronts!

Moneca said...

Congratulations!
Great to see an update on Buster! And he has grown so big too. I can see he is the luckiest bunny ever with a breakfast like that! In one of the photos you have grass growing for him, what kind of seed are you using? My guy has cataracts in both eyes and he gets around really well. I'm sure your guy has no problems, they are super smart and learn to compensate.

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Vind Konkurrence said...

It's amazing how much she has grown! And she looks so happy. The amount of love and care you give her is evident from the amount of thought and variety you put into her meals.

Kopp Schalter said...

It's amazing how much she has grown! And she looks so happy. The amount of love and care you give her is evident from the amount of thought and variety you put into her meals. (

james jhonson said...

This is really a great news for the busters and congratulations for the next task.

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