Remember that I told you that I used to be scared of cats? When Juno was only a shapeless thought in our minds, that shameful fact of my past (scared of an awesome animal? really? shame on me!) made me consider adopting another kind of pet: a little rabbit :)
My newer rabbit-obsession made me read everything I could find about rabbits on the Internet, until I finally was able to narrow to this conclusion: Holand Lops are the cutest rabbits out there! Do you know them? They are dwarf rabbits (dwarf animals have instantly that cute label, don’t they?), with fun ears and a sweet behavior. I lived with a dog as a little kid, and one of the things I was most worried about rabbits was that if they would indeed interact with their human mates, would they be able to play with us? Would they learn tricks? After watching every rabbit video I found on YouTube I can tell you that YES, they can be awesome pets and do amazing things if you spend time with them.
After making Damaris watch all those videos, we started to fantasize about our new furry roomie. His name would be Juno (we loved that movie) and he would most probably be a small Holland Lop. But then, I had a “moment” with a stray cat and everything else is history now, you know how Juno (a her!) is currently ruling our world. She really doesn’t do any tricks, instead she has taught us some valuable human tricks: giving her food & treats and opening our bedroom door when she is in the mood for a nap in our bed ;)Anyhow, I’ve always had the curiosity to know how would it be to have a bunny at home, so I’m asking you: do you have any experience with bunnies? We would love to hear stories about them.
“Juno the rabbit” would be mouth-watering for this carrots, but the real Juno prefers goat cheese caramelized with malt paste.
We do have a lots of carrots in our fridge, so we are thinking on maybe making a carrot cake, do you have a recipe?
Don’t worry, carrots were NOT licked by any cat for the sake of this post ;)