Saturday, June 30, 2012
My doom is fast approaching. What did I do wrong to deserve this? The bunnies are hopping about, making plans for a country visit next week as I feared. They've already came around, to inform me of my seating assignment, shoved into a seatbelt between two rabbits, with a couple of smaller bunnies sitting in front of me. I'm afraid they might honestly get me this time, too. Woe is me! They claim the country will be nice, that they will offer me an air conditioner and everything, but I don't trust them. I'm sure they're going to plot to put me to work at something if I dare set a paw up there!
Friday, June 29, 2012
The repairman actually arrived in a timely manner yesterday and restored our air before I was forced to move in with the dogs. Apparently someone had somehow killed the fan in the air conditioning unit. I would suspect the rabbits of doing it somehow with planting or digging, but their garden is nowhere near the air conditioning, so they can't be to blame. That leaves Nick the Cat and his relations as prime suspects. I'm sure they would love to make me miserable with heat. I wonder if that fan can be dusted for paw prints? I'm sure his prints are on file someplace.
Thursday, June 28, 2012
It's horrible! Terrible! Nightmarish! And the bunnies will probably use it as an excuse to arrange some unpleasantness for me! The air conditioner just DIED! The house is now roasting! A roasting house, and I am wearing my best fur too. Terrible, it is just terrible, and did you know with those big ears the heat doesn't bother bunnies? They just use their ears as fans and are perfectly comfortable. Well, I am not! My best fur will get all sweaty. I wonder if those dog cousins would like a houseguest?
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
It's horrible, just horrible. I don't know how I'll be able to sleep with this looming over my head. I may become the first cat to suffer insomnia. The bunnies are talking about going to the country for several DAYS next week! They want to be gone days! That means I will either be forced to accompany them, or I will be trapped here where the bunnies who stay at home to supervise the garden will be plotting my conversion to their vegetarian lifestyle! I may never sleep again just thinking of it!
Tuesday, June 26, 2012
I can't believe this, but someone, obviously a human without sense, has allowed the bunnies to go into the baking business. A batch of them are now producing bread with a little smiling bunny on every loaf. I can't believe the foolishness of humans to allow this. I'm sure the bread has any number of vegetables mixed in as part of some secret plot to convert people to vegetarians. I can imagine the bakery now, with rabbits hopping everywhere, mixing up bread at lightning speed because bunnies can't seem to manage to do anything slowly. And my bunny sibling are wanting to get a loaf of this bread now, to support their fellow rabbits, which means a trip to the store with the seed sale!
Monday, June 25, 2012
I can't believe this. I just heard the human talking about how she would like to go to the country again at the end of the week! Apparently she had a ton of fun up there, and is eager to return to enjoy herself some more. Well, I DIDN'T have fun! The bunnies nearly filled my dishes with vegetables while the humans were away! What in the world will I do if they're left in charge again? Really, the bunnies have been getting their way for much too long. It's making them sassy and entirely unmanageable. Maybe I should hide the humans' car keys, to prevent another country trip.
Sunday, June 24, 2012
The bunnies went to the country with the humans yesterday. I would have posted a warning, but when they hopped off, they took the computer with them, and I was left internet-less. Somehow, I persuaded the humans to let me stay at home while they left with the bunnies. Really, I was so pleased to see their cotton tails as they hopped out to the car. Then I turned around and realized that only six bunnies had actually left. The rest were lurking by my dish, my backup dish and the backup for the backup dish, measuring the food left behind, to see how long it might last before they could fill the dishes with VEGETABLES! I ended up having to gulp three dishes down in one sitting, to have the strength to last until the humans returned this afternoon. If they had stayed a second day, like they were considering doing, I don't know what would have become of me!
Friday, June 22, 2012
I think the bunnies might be going to the country this time. I spotted them a bit ago, with their little suitcase, packing it full of CARROTS! They're packing food, not a good sign at all. And I'm sure I saw my backup dish going into a sack too. This isn't looking good at all. I didn't see a sign of my food going into a bag, just the dish and the suitcase full of CARROTS! What in the world am I to eat if they drag me to the country?
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Okay, I need suggestions for seed sabotage. The bunnies have that pumpkin seed lounging in a little container, drying after it's first soak as part of the sprouting process. And as soon as the things are dry they go back in for another rinse and repeat until the root pokes its tail out. Sniff, sniff, sniff. And when that happens we are all DOOMED! What can I do to stop this process? I thought about trying to roast the seeds, but I'm not sure of how to turn the oven on to cook them.
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Oh, this is just getting worse and worse. As if it wasn't bad enough that the bunnies got their paws on those pumpkin seed yesterday, now there is much discussion going around about a visit to the country in a few days. The humans hope to go up there tomorrow to check the cottage, and if all goes well, then they want to head up there for the weekend. What in the world am I going to do? I know the bunnies will come hopping around soon to give me my seating assignment for the ride up!
Tuesday, June 19, 2012
Someone call the authorities right away! Oh why didn't the human just go to the movies as planned this afternoon? The blissful, safe movies where the worst that could happen would be the bunnies guzzling carrot juice and munching vegetable flavored popcorn. She didn't do that, though. Oh, she did something so much worse I feel faint just thinking about it! She went to the food co-op! She went to the food co-op in the company of the bunnies! And do you know what they came back with? Pumpkin seed, at least an ounce of pumpkin seed! Do you know how many seed are in an ounce? They plan to go to work on sprouting the seed bright and early in the morning. We're DOOMED!
Monday, June 18, 2012
I just spotted the bunnies, hopping about with a large pile of pencils, and several carrot shaped pencil sharpeners. Do you think I need to be concerned? They have a bunch of notepads too, and I don't like the way they keep checking the human's genealogy stuff and taking notes. If they get into the archives, we are doomed! Those rabbits hop about so fast, if they go to work helping research, I don't want to think of the amount of material the human will be able to get her hands on. She doesn't need research assistants, and certainly not bunny ones!
Sunday, June 17, 2012
I was right. The human's awful genealogy research has been encouraged. The human who bought that book from her has also offered to play host when the human heads off to visit the state archives! This is awful. Now she has a place to stay. I'm sure that will only make her more eager to go. My one hope is that this human won't agree to host the bunnies as well. That's all the human needs, to have them along as research assistants. They would be able to hop about and gather alarming amounts of material for her, faster than any human, which can't be good.
Saturday, June 16, 2012
That horrible, awful reunion was held today, and you won't believe what happened. It was terrible, and I'm not talking about Betsy's attacking the reunion cake either. The human received an alarming amount of praise for her work on the nightmarish family tree, and, even worse, she SOLD a book on her research! She SOLD one! Nothing good can come of her selling those things. It will only lead to her getting encouraged to research more!
Friday, June 15, 2012
Our brother is in jail, so I'm back reporting without his interference. You won't believe what he did this time. Honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if he wasn't jailed forever for this. We were getting the materials sorted, to be bagged for the reunion goodie bags, and what did that cat do but jump right in the middle of the table and start knocking our neat piles to bits! Shameless, he really is shameless. So, he's locked up until who knows when so he can't cause more trouble.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Those bunnies are up to something! I am sure of it! Not only have they been doing their ears and fixing their tails, but now some of them are lagging out sacks for goodie bag assembly, and I heard some of the others discussing eggs. I think they might be looking at having another go at egg hunting this year, and you know they'll expect me to assist with hiding if they do. A hiding place. There has to be a hiding place somewhere in this house that those rabbits won't think to look in!
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
It's me, Sir Pinky, again. The bunnies got distracted finally so I was able to get back on. That horrible, awful reunion is this weekend, and for some reason, the rabbits are primping for it. They're all in the bathroom now, doing their ears, and putting some sort of bunny beauty product on their tails to make sure they're nice and pluffy and cottony. Needless to say, I am suspicious about all of this. Why are the bunnies fussing so much about their appearance? Are they planning something for the reunion that they think they'll need to look especially nice for? And if so, will it result in work for me? Maybe I ought to hide now just in case.
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
We found a dirt sale today! I'm sure you're all as pleased about this news as we are. The human was out gathering materials for the family reunion, and while hopping along to assist, we found the discount dirt. We hope to go back and pick up a number of sacks soon. Our brother didn't take our good fortune nearly as well, though. We thought he was never going to stop shouting, and threatening to sue the store for encouraging gardening.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Josie again. Well, our brother's snuck on here for the last two days, despite the fact that he was banned from blogging. Really, he ought to be ashamed of himself, hopping on the second we were in the tub, scrubbing our fur. It's a wonder our human didn't end up a hive covered mess thanks to him. Well, we will be watching him from now on to prevent this. Okay, the flea medication has probably sank in by now, but he still deserves punishment for huffing and puffing and alarming that poor, poor vet like he did. And we just don't know what in the world is his problem with our garden. It's going so well. We're hoping to get more pallets soon, so we can really get our garden going. And it's rained off and on for the last two days, we're happy to report so our plants that we poked out on Saturday have gotten a nice start.
Sunday, June 10, 2012
I was able to sneak on again. The bunnies are washing their fur once more, to remove any traces of the dressing from the salad bar they raided this afternoon. They don't have to scrub those ears, though, so who knows how long I have to talk. The bunnies obtained two more sacks of dirt this afternoon for bed construction. And you won't believe this, but when they were hopping about the store parking lot, gathering the dirt, a vehicle from animal control was there. And did they do their jobs and arrest those rabbits as a threat to our poor neighbors? Oh, no! They patted them on their ears, and praised them for their industry! Really, can't they be punished for that? Encouraging the bunnies instead of doing their job and trying to control them? Wait, I think I hear hopping! How did they finish bathing so fast? Got to go!
Saturday, June 9, 2012
It's Sir Pinky. The bunnies are in the bathtub, so I was able to sneak on. They're scrubbing those long, floppy ears at the moment, so I'm sure they'll be awhile. Oh, you won't believe the horror that happened today. Those rabbits fixed up the first of their beds, made from a pallet. It's out in the garden now, alarmingly close to my catnip patch, and filled with 24+ tomato plants! Over twenty four tomatoes, and that is in addition to the plants they already own, and the seedlings they have sprouting. And according to them, it's just the start of their planting too They're planning to hop to the store tomorrow to get more dirt, to construct more beds! The neighborhood is doomed! Doomed, I say! As soon as they finish planting the tomatoes, they intend to move along to cucumbers, and the aggressive watermelon! We are all doomed!
Friday, June 8, 2012
The dirt is here! We hopped out this afternoon and got two big, fat sacks full of it, along with a roll of the landscaping fabric. We were going to go out and assemble the new bed, but then when we went to look for the stapler, to tack the fabric in place, it turned up missing. We're sure the cat knows something about this. He was chuckling suspiciously when we were searching for the stapler, and looked all together guilty of something. Well, we will show him. If we don't find the stapler tomorrow, we will buy a replacement! Those beds are being assembled!
Thursday, June 7, 2012
Josie again. You won't believe this, but our brother crept into our human's room, where he is banned from going at the moment, while she was having breakfast this morning. Now she is worried that her legs are itchy where he amused himself rubbing agains her. Does anyone have any suggestions for possible punishments, should our brother turn the human into a hive covered mess? Well, besides dumping him into a tub of water and forcing him to scrub his fur for hours on end until the flea stuff is removed, obviously.
Wednesday, June 6, 2012
We have high hopes of getting dirt, to assemble our new garden bed in the pallets tomorrow. Oh, it's going to be so NICE to get things together. And we might go to the country this weekend, too, and you know there are a ton of plants up there we need to get for planting purposes. We're just going to have such a good time with this. The only problem we bunnies see at the moment is that delinquent brother of ours and his continuous complaints. Really, we don't know what his problem is. Now he's objecting to where we plant to put these pallets, claiming that they might overrun his catnip patch. Really, we are the gardeners here. We tend that patch for him. He just enjoys the crop. He has no right to try to use it to prevent our garden plans.
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Josie here again with wonderful news! We got our paws on the first pallet for our garden construction project today! We just have to pick up the landscape fabric and the dirt to fill it with tomorrow and we can get right to work! Needless to say, that brother of ours pitched another fit when he saw the pallet, and now he's hiding and moaning about the coming arrival of the dirt. We really don't know what's wrong with him. You would think he would be happy with this. Planting in the pallets means we won't be requiring assistance with digging up to ground for the garden after all. He will be spared work due to this. He should be pleased. The only assistance we might ask for him to give us is in holding the corners of the landscape fabric while we staple it in place. That doesn't even count as work!
Monday, June 4, 2012
Hi, it's Josie Rabbit, taking over the blog for the moment. Our brother had his flea treatment today, and really, he ought to be ashamed of himself. He pitched a fit, and tried to huff and puff and imitate the Big Bad Wolf in order to blow the vet away. Who knew letting him watch cartoons with us would be such a terrible idea? Anyway, they had a new vet out there today, and we wouldn't be surprised if she didn't flee the state after coping with our brother. It is so embarrassing. At least we don't have to go to the vet, though, so unless she visits this blog, she will never know we're related to that cat. Somehow, the flea medication was applied, we can only assume with a squirt gun from twenty paces, so our brother is banned from the computer until it is deemed sufficiently soaked in so as to not turn the human into a hive covered mess. And then he will be banned for a bit longer for his terrible behavior!
Sunday, June 3, 2012
I might not be able to post a blog tomorrow. I heard the humans a bit ago, plotting to drag me to the vet for a flea treatment, and those bunnies will refuse to let me even look at the computer for a few days if I have flea medication applied. Really, I don't know what the big issue is. Okay, the human turned into a hive covered mess upon her last exposure to a pest repellent, but the bunnies have no proof that the flea medication has the same ingredients. And even if it does, why can't the human avoid the computer instead of me? Just because it is in her room, right by her bed, isn't a sufficient explanation in my book.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
I can't believe this. The grandhuman found a flea on me! A FLEA! The bunnies are to blame somehow, I am sure of it. Goodness knows, I never go out. With all of their plants, it is highly dangerous out there. Therefore, the bunnies must have brought the flea in somehow. I'm just not sure of how they did it, since they don't seem in the least bit itchy. Are fleas supposed to be good for anything in the garden, or possibly garden pest control? Perhaps the bunnies purchased some fleas, and they got loose.
Friday, June 1, 2012
I can't believe this! Doomed, we are all surely doomed! The humans had to drop by the graveyard this afternoon, and for some odd reason a couple of rabbits hopped along. Okay, it wouldn't be so bad if they had just visited the cemetery, but, horror of horrors, on the way there, they decided they needed to stop off at the produce store to pick up a sack of fruit. And do you know what that produce place had going on when the humans got there? They had a sale going on involving tomato plants! The bunnies came hopping home with 24 plants of various types, and they were so pleased with the deal that they got, that they are thinking of hopping on the bus tomorrow, with one of Betsy's snitching sacks, to lag back more plants! We are doomed! We are all doomed!