Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Sex after death

SEX AFTER DEATH .....

A couple made a deal that whoever died first would come back and inform the other of the sex after death.
Their biggest fear was that there was no after life at all.
After a long life together, the husband was the first to die.
True to his word, he made the first contact:
" Marion ... Marion "
"Is that you, Bob?"
"Yes, I've come back like we agreed."
"That's wonderful!   What's it like?"

"Well, I get up in the morning, I have sex. I have breakfast and then it's off to the golf course.
I have sex again, bathe in the warm sun and then have sex a couple of more times.
Then I have lunch (you'd be proud - lots of greens). Another romp around the golf course,
then pretty much have sex the rest of the afternoon. After supper, it's back to golf course again.
Then it's more sex until late at night. I catch some much needed sleep and then the next day it starts all over again"

"Oh, Bob are you in Heaven?"
"No...........I'm a rabbit in Arizona


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"Oh hello there!  I was just tidying up my room."


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"I like surrounding myself with art and lots of purple.  I feel it brings out my sensitive side."


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"Perhaps you would like to join me for an evening of clover, some playful banter and see where that leads."


Oh Mandalay you seem like quite the sophisticate!  I bet you're a great snuggler!  ;)  Mandalay is an adoptable with Rabbit Match in LA.  You can see more about him on his Petfinder page here.  Good luck little bun!

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

Notice the stunning ears! and i'm available to love you too!

***slurp***yuckos!!!***blech***gack****slurp!!!!  Oh, hi there!!! Were you looking at me???  Do I really look like my photos??? well, yes and no.  I'm a stunning New Zealand White bunnygirl, covered with grease and transmition fluid which I'm trying my best to clean off.   You see, I was a cast off  Easter bunny.   I know I was on my own on the street for a few weeks.  I spent a lot of time hiding under cars. That's how I survived.  My eyelids are sunburned and I'm thin and dirty but I'm alive and here at RabbitMatch. I chose my name, Claudina, because I'm just as beautiful as the puffy clouds at sunrise.   Right now I weigh only 3.25 lbs and my ribs poke out but the moms will fix that with the bountiful RabbitMatch chow platter.  I was born 1/1/10 and am almost 5 months old today, 5/21/10.  I have a really great personality.  We rabbits are very forgiving.  Right now I'm small enough that I'm perfectly comfy with being held.  Tenderly, Fluffily Yours, Claudina.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Found Animals LIVE Cam: the "Easter Bunnies"

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from our wonder bunpal (who LOVES bunnies!), Shoji.  Thanks for a bunderful video.

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Please Help The Bunny Castle win $10,000!

The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue is a great sister rescue to RabbitMatch.org.  Please help them win $10,000 by voting (easily) everyday.  The bunnies say 'thanks!'

Please vote EVERYDAY!!!!!!!!!


Hi Everybunny!
I'm writing to tell you about The All-Star Animal Rescue Site $100,000 Shelter+ Challenge - together with Petfinder, starting May 17, 2010. The Animal Rescue Site is awarding $100,000 in grants to eligible Petfinder.com member rescue organizations to help animals. The grand prize is a $10,000 grant, and there are many other prizes! Visit www.theanimalrescuesite.com to vote every day and learn more. You don't have to register, and voting is free. Support your favorite shelter and vote today! Thank you!
 
Please vote and help The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue win a $10,000 grant! The bunnies appreciate your support!!!
 
Thank you,
Marie Morris
President
The Bunny Castle Rabbit Rescue
PS Tell all your friends-crosspost this message!
 

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our newest available-for-adoption agouti dwarf fuzzbutt!!!

Greetings!!!  It is 5/17/10 and I've found a spot at RabbitMatch.  My name is Kioko.  It means, "rabbit child who brings joy"  and I certainly intend to devote myself to just that higher purpose!!!!!  I'm a dwarf...buggy eyes, small ears, the whole package.  Not to mention my striking agouti coat.  I fear the mom and camera were not up to capturing my beauty...oh dear!!!!!  That means you'll have to email for an appointment and come and visit!!!  YAY!!!!!!


My birthdate is 11/1/09.  I'm fully grown.  I weigh about 3 lbs.  Mom will have the exact number as soon as she finds out who took the scale!!!!  I'll tell you more about myself in my next update.  Right now I want to give my nice denbox a nom-nom. With a binky of love and joy, Your Kioko.

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OH. MY. GOD. Acute. Cute.

Oh hi there!!!!  I'm Gardenia, aka "Puff the Magic Bunlet" checking in to RabbitMatch.  I'm a baby albino lionhead about 6 weeks old. That makes my birthday 4/1/10.  I weigh exactly ONE pound.  What I'm doing here, I don't know.  The moms suspect that I came from a breeder who decided I wasn't a champion.  Well, Boo-Hoo!!!!   I love my name, fragrant white flower...I'm a happy bouncy baby enjoying my toys and alfalfa hay.  The big rabbits are very nice to me and keep me company although of course I have my own little condo.  I have a stuffed rabbit toy twice my size to cuddle.

The moms estimate I'll be ready for that special surgery that makes me eligible to go home with YOU around the end of July.  I'll keep you posted about my doings, OK???  With a binky and a nosebonk, Your Little Flower, Gardenia.

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Friday, May 14, 2010

Second half of Roslind and Orlando!!

Oh heavens how good it is to be here at RabbitMatch.  I'm the husbun of Roslind. She relates our sad story.  Yes we are a couple but no, right now we can only share adjoining condos. We are not housed together because, well......you know, fresh from surgery and all.........however, we'd be ready to rebond in a few weeks if you're loking for a loving pair of friendly spot-x buns.

Indeed our former home was filth and starvation.  I weighed 4 lbs today, 4/15/10.  I should weigh 5.  My feet and tail have almost no fur.  The fur on my tummy is all dredlocks.  I can't wait 'til my next shed!!!!!   I'm told my birthdate is 6/1/08. The mom's will investigate that further.  I am an amazingly outgoing boy.  There is dramatic handsomeness under this sad exterior.   Don't you just want to take me home, hold me close and pet my silky ears????HHHMMMMM??????  Sure hope your xpen is large enough for both myself and Roslind.   Yes I do nosebonks.  Your sweet bun, Orlando.    P.S. My friends call me "Orlie" .

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The fur's growing back! Roslind + Orlando buns!

Hello, RabbitMatch fans.  I'm Roslind aka "Roz" half of the Roslind/Orlando couple.  We were confiscated from a hoarder and brought in 5/1/10.  We were in such bad shape, the moms didn't want to photograph us right away.  You know, this IS a family  friendly  website and we didn't want  to make  the children cry.  Upon arrival I was giving birth to non-viable babies. You see I weighed less than 4 lbs and I should weigh 5.   The fur has been burned off my feet and tail you all know about urine scald..filth and starvation was the order of the day in my former home.

You might expect the hoarder to do jail time but no such luck.  Did you know that even for killing endangered species, the maximum charge is just a class A or B misdemeanor????   So what hope is there for a domestic rabbit?????  I'm just glad to be alive, safe and in a lovely, nurturing environment.

I am a gorgeous hemilop redhead girl. Spot-x.  Supposedly I am 2 years old so my birthdate is 6/1/08.  I am writing this on 5/15/10.  You COULD have me in to rehabilitate myself in YOUR home, you know.....Craftily yours, Roslind.

Note:  I had direct experience with Ros and her bf.  They looked absolutely moth eaten.  what valiant little spirits.

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Someone tried to help some bunnies and...

From Kim DeWoody at Leaps & Bounds Rabbit Rescue...

Leaps & Bounds has been contacted by a dog/cat rescuer in Oroville.  She has rescued 2 which has turned into 16.  They range in age from just about 1 year to 3 months old.  Oroville has 1 vet that does rabbit s/n.  He's charging almost $200 for a spay.  On the adoption end of things, people that are responding to her ads want to get the rabbits for food.  She recognizes that she's in over her head and is willing to do whatever it takes to help the rabbits.  Right now, they are communal living in an old aviary enclosure.  She is working on getting additional caging and housing materials so the rabbits can be sexed and separated.  I am working on getting someone closer to her to go over to help with sexing and separating.  If that falls through, I will be going up myself to do it.  They are all up-eared and multi-colored.  No pictures yet.  Can anyone help with taking even one or two?  I'll have more specifics about the rabbits themselves once I pay her a visit.

[Kim] went to Oroville today to assess the situation.  It's not good.  There are a number of longer haired rabbits; not full angora but still fluff balls.  They are all under a year old with 5 or 6 babies.  There are approx 18 that are communal living in an outside dilapidated aviary and one that is not part of the 'family' but still living in another part of the aviary.  Their caregiver is a 78 year old kind-hearted lady who has done cat and dog rescue for more than 20 years.  Last summer she took in 2 rabbits and we all know what happens after that.  She is reaching out for help with these little guys and wants to do what is best for them but Oroville (Butte County in general) is extremely limited in resources for rabbits.  I have enlisted the help of a couple of volunteers from Paradise Animal Control.  They are going to try and come up with some sort of building, barn stall, garage or ? that is inside where we can set up individual cages and the volunteers to help with them.  They are also going to approach many of their local vet contacts to see if any of them can or will provide donated or low cost services for this situation.  All of the rabbits appear to be generally healthy with the exception of skin issues.  There isn't a the usual crusty skin with fur mites just hair loss.  The sooner we can get the rabbits out of there and into rescue groups the better.  Are there any groups that can take any of them in in their current condition (Thursday or Friday this week)?   I hope but am not very confident that we can get them quality medical care in Oroville.   I'm attaching just a few photos and have more if anyone would like to see them.

With Marcy and Petra's help yesterday, we were able to pull all but 6 of the rabbits off of the property.  I will be going back today to try and get the rest and double check burrows.  In the meantime, the first rabbit Marcy picked up had a baby stuck in the birth canal.  Again, Oroville does not have ANY rabbit resources.  The closest vet is Dr Dohner on the other side of Chico approximately 45 minutes away.  Daisy was taken to Dr Dohner as soon as possible.  He kept her overnight to stabilize and make her more comfortable.  She is scheduled for surgery today.  With a 15% discount, the estimate came to $602.73 of which $205. has already been donated.  For today, Dr Dohner's office can take credit card donations by phone if anyone can and would like to help with Daisy's surgery.  Dr Dohner's office can be reached at 530-343-1234. 
 
Thank you to any and all that can help!  The same as many hands make light work, many contributors make a large bill small!

For the latest, go here:  https://docs.google.com/Doc?docid=0ASrcXiEZvTRKZHo0a2twNV8yNDNjZDd0dGs4eg&hl=en

Thanks,

 
Kim DeWoody
President
Leaps & Bounds Rabbit Rescue, Inc
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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

our first pic from Europe is from LA...

couldn't resist taking a pic of our last hummingbird nest in our bougainvillea bush/tree outside our backdoor.  they've nested here every year we can remember and we've had some interesting adventures with them too. 

most of you know we're not only in EU for two months, but moved out of our LA home too.  As we were getting furniture picked up by Out of the Closet, the mom hummingbird flew in the kitchen door (next to her nest) and headed for the livingroom window.  Two movers and Art had to save this itty bitty feather duster...Art finally got his hand around her (once she was exhausted) and gently enclosed her in his palm and took her back out the kitchen door.  she's fine now and i'm sure the baby birds-to-be are happy to be warm again.

One year a mom bird tried raising two babies in one tiny tiny nest.  once they started getting bigger it was obvious it wasn't going to last.  i put a cardboard box underneath the nest with a sheet fluffed up inside.  sure enough, that day when i got home from work, one of the little kids was sleeping soundly fluffed in the sheet.

...now what to do, what to do?

i brought the little feller in and made sugar tea which he gulped with an eyedropper--and since i had collected the nests every year, i had plenty extras--i plopped him in one and let him spend the night on our kitchen table.  next morning i taped him in his new nest back up near his brother so they had side-by-side condos.  Unfortunately, one didn't make it, but he was laid to rest in the daffodil forest to help them grow. 

it was a nice ending to our 14-year stay at Village Green.

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our first pic from Europe is from LA...

couldn't resist taking a pic of our last hummingbird nest in our bougainvillea bush/tree outside our backdoor.  they've nested here every year we can remember and we've had some interesting adventures with them too. 

most of you know we're not only in EU for two months, but moved out of our LA home too.  As we were getting furniture picked up by Out of the Closet, the mom hummingbird flew in the kitchen door (next to her nest) and headed for the livingroom window.  Two movers and Art had to save this itty bitty feather duster...Art finally got his hand around her (once she was exhausted) and gently enclosed her in his palm and took her back out the kitchen door.  she's fine now and i'm sure the baby birds-to-be are happy to be warm again.

One year a mom bird tried raising two babies in one tiny tiny nest.  once they started getting bigger it was obvious it wasn't going to last.  i put a cardboard box underneath the nest with a sheet fluffed up inside.  sure enough, that day when i got home from work, one of the little kids was sleeping soundly fluffed in the sheet.

...now what to do, what to do?

i brought the little feller in and made sugar tea which he gulped with an eyedropper--and since i had collected the nests every year, i had plenty extras--i plopped him in one and let him spend the night on our kitchen table.  next morning i taped him in his new nest back up near his brother so they had side-by-side condos.  Unfortunately, one didn't make it, but he was laid to rest in the daffodil forest to help them grow. 

it was a nice ending to our 14-year stay at Village Green.

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Sunday, May 09, 2010

Mothers Around the World, A Mosaic

Happy Mother's Day, Mom.  : )

This, from a blog I read, Uncornered Market...

Mothers Around the World, A Mosaic

Posted: 09 May 2010 05:58 AM PDT

When I think of my mother and my grandmothers, I feel fortunate to be born into a line of strong and determined women. My mother led by example, demonstrating that one’s personal and professional life is not static, but rather an evolution in personal development and fulfillment that includes taking a bit of risk from time to time. Additionally, both my grandmothers raised families in challenging circumstances – one in Korea shortly after World War II, the other in India in the 1950s.

As I consider their histories, I’m reminded of how much I have to learn from them and the lives they’ve chosen to lead.

On this Mother’s Day, I wondered how I might draw a connection between them and what we’ve learned traveling around the world. One of the most universal and special moments we encounter (and occasionally have the good fortune to capture) is that of a mother holding her child. A glance or a caress evokes care, warmth, pride, happiness, joy.

As our mothers look at us, we look to them.

With that, I leave you the mosaic below and wish a Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers in the world!

A Mosaic for Mother's Day

Mothers and children from Nepal, India, Guatemala, China, Burma, Nicaragua, and Kyrgyzstan


    © 2006-2010 Uncornered Market. Visit Uncornered Market for more stories and travel photography



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    This is soooo cooool...i love tai ji chuan.

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    Wushu style.

    i do Guang Ping but admire the physicality of the wushu style.  w.o.w.

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    Saturday, May 08, 2010

    I must say...totally cute!

    We tried out a new harness from EZLeash for our 3lb bunny boy, Buster, for when we fly (for security checkpoint and in-cabin). 

    It is Absolutely AWESOME!  It's non-stressful for him and me (it takes no effort to put it on!), padded, top quality.  He just stepped his widdle paws right into it and it's made snug on his back.  Check these out!!  They are perfect for our bunnykids.

    Thank you EZLeash for creating a GREAT harness.

    : )

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    Friday, May 07, 2010

    Unrequited Love -- who can resist that face!?

    This is Bruce. I absolutely adore him. He hates me (except when I’m hand feeding him Italian parsley)...read the rest here:

    http://sickonasunday.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/unrequited-love/#comment-42

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    Thursday, May 06, 2010

    Great Inns of Britain - Hosting chefs to cook rabbits...ugh

    My comment to the Great Inns of Britain:

    Hosting chefs who cook rabbit (or meat generally) are quite unappealing. I'll be staying elsewhere instead of your chain of historic inns. This 'news' will also go out to house rabbit groups internationally.

    "This spring, The Great Inns of Britain were delighted to host co-authors J.C Jeremy Hobson and Philip Watts, who are presently researching and writing two new cook books – Rabbit Cook and Pigeon Cook."

    Please consider your target audience when making PR decisions.

    Thank you.

    Please do contact them. http://www.greatinns.co.uk/getdoc/c55d081d-10e0-483b-b076-88710266deea/The-Gr...

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    Wednesday, May 05, 2010

    Springsteen allows his humans to call him Bruce...

    Update on one of our recently adopted furkids!

    Yay Springsteen!

    We've shortened the name Springsteen to just Bruce - it seems to fit him.  My mom is from New Jersey, so I can't tell you how excited she is about the name alone.  So far, he's been pretty good about going where he's supposed to, not chewing stuff (my finger being a notable exception), and not getting into too much trouble.  Our apartment is small enough that we feel comfortable just letting him run around when we're home, so he's getting plenty of exercise - he's still a little chubby though, of course.  He has a few "hiding" places - I use quotes because he's not as hard to find as he thinks he is.  Danny noted that he thumps when he wants attention, and he's figured out how to get on the couch and the bed - he's almost like a cat, he'll come to you when he wants attention, otherwise he'll just run around.


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    All about dandelions!

    Saturday, May 01, 2010

    Our Wild Ride...

    We'll see how far we get in 65 days. Our determination is to camp, hostel, couchsurf or b&b through England, BeNeLux, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain -- and Morocco, Austria, Czech Republic and Germany if there's time to spare...ha! We also swear we're not in any hurry to be anywhere so we may see less than we think. ah, well, for next time. We are planning on staying out of the giant cities. we can see them at our leisure some other time. We're looking for nature, smaller towns and real people. Start point: LA, CA USA 5/11/10.