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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > How does your brat "help"?
Last Post by emkvet at 11/03/2011 8:48 AM (12 Replies)
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User is Offline Huckleberry
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11/02/2011 4:59 PM

Tonight, I was sitting on the floor working on my watercolor paintings for class. See the plate? I was holding that in my hand and there is paint on it. Huckleberry just hopped up, got all excited, bit the edge of the plate and pulled it down to her level, she surveyed it, and after ssing that there wasn't anything tasty on it, she used her nose to bump the plate back to the angle I was holding it at. Then she went and scooted the various cups and jars around and threw the squirt bottle over. I think somebody needs some attention haha. 

 

What are your brats doing to help you out tonight?


User is Offline Stickerbunny
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11/02/2011 5:00 PM
Hehe my brats are being good in their room tonight, but Stickers likes to "help" me clean by dragging all the stuff I put away back out. o.O

User is Offline Sam and Lady's Human
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11/02/2011 5:44 PM
Haha too funny. Samson helped me with the dustpan this morning, I wish I had my camera. She *never* plays with stuff, and after 3 weeks of seeing me get the dustpan and clean up Lady's pen because she's on a marking spree (or just refuses to litter train), I turn around this morning to grab it and Samsons there, picking it up.

User is Offline Michelle&Lolli
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11/02/2011 5:54 PM
Lolli "helps" by pooping right where I just vacuumed. *bangs head on wall* lol
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User is Offline LittlePuffyTail
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11/03/2011 3:07 AM

This topic is the current photo contest subject on Bunspace:

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User is Offline Elrohwen
Hudson Valley, NY
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11/03/2011 4:19 AM

Hahaha. I'm surprised Huckles didn't get her little paws in the paint and help you add some furry texture to your painting.

 

Hannah loooves to help! At least she thinks she's helping. She must be involved if I'm cleaning her cage or even if I'm just cleaning up the living room. She's an "in your business bunny". Usually when I'm cleaning the cage she helps by sitting in the litter boxes I've removed (suddenly the hay in them seems to much tastier) or stealing paper towels.

Otto isn't much of a helper - he's more of an observer. Though lately he's obsessed with helping me eat my cornflakes for breakfast. He usually hates people food, so when he jumped up on the couch I put the bowl in front of him, expecting him to run away. Instead he stole a cornflake. lol Now he jumps up almost every morning and looks longingly at my bowl.

- Elrohwen

User is Offline Huckleberry
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11/03/2011 4:36 AM
HAHAHA! Huckleberry never helps me when I'm cleaning but she does check to make sure I did it right, once I am done.
I love picturing all the buns trotting along beside their slaves, tail giggling because they are such big helpers! I love it!
Elrohwen: She later did run right through the figure I painted and left a scratch on the paper so the paint started to pool there. I suppose its nail trimming time. :-( Also, she LOVES people food so despite the fact that the only people food she gets are bits that she manages to steal from us, she still joins me for every meal, crawling up my chest to smell what I just put in my mouth. I usually end up shutting her door when its meal time, especially if dinner is crunchy or pizza.

User is Offline kamdynandsunshinesmom
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11/03/2011 4:41 AM
Sunshine always loves to help me fold the laundry well I should say I fold the laundry and sunshine unfolds the laundry! My bunny kamdyn loves to get all my reciepts and sort them himself!

User is Offline kamdynandsunshinesmom
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11/03/2011 4:41 AM
Sunshine always loves to help me fold the laundry well I should say I fold the laundry and sunshine unfolds the laundry! My bunny kamdyn loves to get all my reciepts and sort them himself!

User is Offline kamdynandsunshinesmom
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11/03/2011 4:42 AM
Sunshine always loves to help me fold the laundry well I should say I fold the laundry and sunshine unfolds the laundry! My bunny kamdyn loves to get all my reciepts and sort them himself!

User is Offline Queensbun
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11/03/2011 4:59 AM
My bun likes to supervise (really micro-manage) when I clean out the litterbox. And he occasionially helps with interior design.

User is Offline amysbunnersons
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11/03/2011 8:47 AM
bella and liam are little librarians......the bunny decimal system........organizing and straitening my books...i.e. nibbling and pulling off the shelf

User is Offline emkvet
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11/03/2011 8:48 AM
My bun loves to "help me" eat dinner...the other night I was eating on the couch and she hopped up to sit next to me. I gave her a little piece of squash, then went back to my dinner. The next thing I know, Hazel has snatched pieces of my salad off of my plate!!! I wanted to be mad, but it was absolutely hilarious. She just sat there munching away and eyeing the other morsels I had. Little stinker...
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