The Pellet Makers

Hey, Bunny Bomber!

I think you dropped something.

Are these pooplets yours?

We’re coo-coo for cocoa puffs, Jannes P.



  1. skippymom says:

    CALICO BUNNIES?!! I is ded.

  2. 260Oakley says:

    Oh dear, they may have to go to a-pellet court to settle their poopternity case.

    (Thank you, Pyrit, for inviting my inner 8-year-old out to play.)

  3. Those might be two of the most beautiful bunlets I’ve ever seen. Yikes!

  4. Third pic: bunneh leeps!

    That bunny is soooo disapproving of everyone now talking about her pellets.

  5. I was going to say: Look at that leetle bunny mouf in pic 3!!

  6. Unless I see them move, I’m convinced that those were manufactured by Gund.

    On the other hand, I don’t think that even the Japanese can create/program something that innately cute.

  7. I don’t know why but seeing a bunny with it’s mouth wide open like in the 3rd pic, fresks me out a little.

    Do you think I’ve seen Night of the lepus one too many time maybe? 😆

  8. 1. Gorgeous bunnehs!

    2. “pooplets”, lololol !

  9. cellarmouse says:


  10. how adorable! the last pic of the bunny in absolute jaw dropping disgust.. I can’t stop laughing!

  11. Those are definitely regular bunnies, in the Jamie Leigh Curtis sense. They are eating their Activia!

  12. They are called Harlequins, but pretty much yeah.

    Bunnies can be litterbox trained, and are often very very neat – but not as babies.

  13. Wendy, my two are litterbox trained, and they prefer their box up in the guest bathroom. They zip upstairs when they need to do their business…

  14. OMG. Such little cuties!

  15. skippymom says:

    I am experiencing a desperate need to acquire a Harlequin bunny to serve as a matchingks companion and playmate for my calico kitty Chloe.
    By the way, is this coloration in rabbits gender-linked, as with calicoes?

  16. Fird Birfle says:

    OMGAW so purty !!!!

    *revives, long enough to double-check the quota of cute floofiness*

    *Finds a calla lily to hold*

    *Dies, daid*

  17. Fird Birfle says:


    *declares 2600 a National Treasure*

    *adjourns court*

    (“a-pellet” court !!!!!?????? I never woulda, coulda OR shoulda….)

  18. skippymom says:

    *prepares Leslie’s coffin and funeral service program*

  19. Gund also manufactures pooplets to go with their stuffed bunnies??????

  20. Hmm…mod lounge. Good thing I brought my Famous Amos cookies with me.

  21. Fird Birfle says:


  22. Robin Kiesel says:

    No, would you like some nice cocoa and fresh whipped cream with those cookies?

  23. Pat Trenner says:

    Nikki is easy prey for Good Things in Small Packages.

  24. do eet, skippymom! when I had a foster bun, he got along great with my cats!

  25. you two!!! I am lol-ing my face off here…good thing my neighbors are out…

  26. hmstracylee says:

    we are the pellet makers and we are the poopers of pooplets?

  27. Poor Leslie’s dayd! 😥

  28. Henry V!!! 😛

  29. Yes please. Have some cookies, Robin. Pass them around.

  30. I love a little potty talk from buns.

  31. How bad is your pellet-eating habit when you shock a bunny?

  32. Guilty as charged, your honor… 🙂

  33. 6rabbits says:

    Yes! The teeny bun mouf! I seriously need an anerable-mouf-hance! puhleese?

  34. Nope – there are bob and girl harlequin buns.

    Rabbits and cats can get along, provided that the introduction is managed properly. For an existing cat household, an older bun that is about the same size (and who won’t take s*** from the cats) might be a better choice than a baby.

  35. *nods* I’ve adopted both of my buns as rescued adults, and they had great litter habits. The only stray “cocoa puffs” are those that accidentally get kicked out of the litterbox when they hop out.

    But like baby humans, baby buns don’t have as much control over that aspect of things. Also, if you don’t get your buns speutered, they will “mark territory” which can get messy and stinky. Also, intact females have a HUGE risk of cancer, but speutered ones can live 8-10 years or even longer. I personally knew a Dutch rabbit who lived to the age of 16!

    Rabbits make great pets, as long as you do your homework and know what you are getting into. If you wait a couple of months, shelters and rescues will be FULL of “used easter bunnies” that will be needing good homes.

  36. Pellets in, pellets out . . .