19/1/2018 Celia

19/1/2018 Celia

19/1/2018 Celia by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

This is our house rabbit Celia. She lives in our sun room and dining room area, where she lives the life of Reilly in sumptuous rabbit luxury.

She likes to sit on our window ledges so she can see outside. She also like to eat holes in our sofa, chew the walls and demand food from everyone nearby. Any person opening the fridge is greeted two seconds later by a grey ball of fur arriving by their feet at speed, little rabbit feet skidding on the dining room tiled floor.

She understands that curly kale and carrots live in the large white box and is at her most exciteable when a human opens the doors to the food portal.

Celia sleeps where she likes. The rug is a good spot, and she’s pretty hard gone in the photo. Bless.

104/365 Easter Bunny


“104/365 Easter Bunny” by rutty is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA

Our slightly out-of-focus dwarf lop-ear.

We do love Celia, even though she eats everything. Electrical cables, sofas, skirting boards, socks, rugs and mats – these are all chew-able items to her.

We’ve come home to a powerless house because she’d chewed through the power cable to the fridge freezer. How she didn’t kill herself I do not know – there were scorch marks all along the cable where she’d bitten into it, so she must have had some kind of shock before the RCD kicked in. She was looking pretty sheepish when I arrived, mind.

We’ve also had to replace a sofa due to the large holes appearing in it. It was an old, uncomfortable sofa, but still.

We use am adapted baby gate to keep her in our sun/dining room. As much as we try and rabbit proof everything in that area she still finds things to eat or poo on.

Bloody rabbit. We still love her, though.