Monday, December 1, 2008

Bunday Munday- Bunny Mischief

(Bunny, no!)
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For unfathomable reasons, Cecilia is absurdly wound up today. She's digging in the sofa (good thing there's a cover on it- she bites and digs and bites some more); she's standing on the back of the sofa with designs to nibble on the art; she bit two holes in a kilim rug last night. She hasn't been destructive like this since she was a kid. The little jerk. WTF, Cecilia?

4 comments:

Jennifer (of Veg*n Cooking) said...

Haha, it sounds like she is being a punk - too cute though. Our cats seem to go on rampages like that too, things will be calm and fine for awhile, and the next thing I know the cats are breaking things, knocking over plants, and all around making me crazy. :-)

PJ said...

Celia, youre breaking my heart
Youre shaking my confidence daily
Oh, cecilia, Im down on my knees
Im begging you please to come home

Celia, youre breaking my heart
Youre shaking my confidence daily
Oh, cecilia, Im down on my knees
Im begging you please to come home
Come on home

Making love in the afternoon with cecilia
Up in my bedroom (making love)
I got up to wash my face
When I come back to bed
Someones taken my place

Celia, youre breaking my heart
Youre shaking my confidence daily
Oh, cecilia, Im down on my knees
Im begging you please to come home
Come on home

Jubilation, she loves me again,
I fall on the floor and I laughing,
Jubilation, she loves me again,
I fall on the floor and I laughing

Hmmmm. I don't know much about buns but it sounds like Ceclia has LAD, Lagomorphic Affective Disorder. A bunmuzzle perhaps, to save the nicely appointed accoutrements? (knowing head tilt)

d. moll, l.ac. said...

I think it may be a seasonal response, Tyler and Sydney seem particularly bent on gnawing and being just a bit "bad".

PJ said...

I've been reading "The Daily Coyote" book and the author mentions that her coyote, Charlie, gets pretty wild when winter starts coming on, a kind of do or die response to the oncoming lean season. Is it possible that domesticated bunns could display the same behavior?