And his name is Hercules.
August 03, 2011

A friend of Donald’s recently borrowed his truck to move some furniture and the following morning he turned up at our house with this little fluffernugget for Charlotte.  We named him Hercules.  He is impossible to catch when loose and is impossible to photograph because his balls are seemingly ALWAYS in just the wrong position.  Also, he hates squash.  Clearly he is defective, but Charlotte loves him.  So I guess he’ll stay.


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  1. By on August 03, 2011

    We had a house bunny for years. Look out, they like to chew electrical cords. And molding.  But the molding won’t kill them.

  2. By Leslie Crane on August 03, 2011

    HA! We had one too and I second Mitzie’s comment. Ours also had giant balls and found a stuffed ball (some weird IKEA thing we randomly had laying around?) and made it his girlfriend. He humped it every five minutes! Hilarious!

  3. By Sarah@Crazy Love Gamble-Style on August 03, 2011

    How does that work with the dog??  I must know…

  4. By kbreints on August 03, 2011

    You are a good momma for letting her keep that little fur ball! My dog would totally eat it…

  5. By Sarah Christensen on August 04, 2011

    LOL, yeah, the dogs haven’t met Hercules yet.  We have a hutch built for Herc outside near the dog run, so they know he’s there, but they don’t have any opportunity to spend time with him.  We bring Herc inside and outside, so maybe in time we’ll introduce them all, but not yet.  I feel like if it didn’t end in a dead rabbit, it would end in a house turned upside-down lol.

  6. By Heather on August 08, 2011

    Clearly he is defective… Love it… sounds like something I would say.  Zack wanted a bunny but I don’t do cage animals (especially since in Iowa we would have to bring him in during the winter) so we got him a puppy instead.  I’m thinking the bunny would have been easier.  :-)


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