No Disapproval Here!

Look at this Bun Action! No doubt named after the great former Denver Bronco QB John Elway. We know John wouldn’t be seen with a daisy dandelion in his fur hair, but it works for this Elway! Tell us, Harn C. “Elway took a road trip with us from Issaquah, WA to Denver, CO– during the peak of the Colorado fires, no less! He’s a trooper, a traveler, and a cute little thing to boot 🙂 Hope you enjoy!”





  1. Mary (the first) says:

    Does the flower over the ear mean she’s available??

  2. Elway is a cutie! I bet he was having fun in all that open space. BTW, that’s a dandelion on his head. It’s of my favorite flowers, even though everyone else says they’re weeds.

  3. *It’s one of* Typing gets me every time…

  4. sabrina rose says:

    How nice to have a handsome, well-behaved companion bunny go along on your travels! Elway must be quite mellow.

  5. Wow, lovely background! (but the foreground’s lovelier)

  6. SlaveToCat says:

    Launching disapproved dandelion at pesky photographer in 10 seconds.

  7. That’s a lot of trust to leave him on that flat lawn with no leash. Or this picture was followed by a very quick sprint towards the trees.

  8. ack. I ALWAYS get those mixed up.

  9. Where’s my bunneh tongue?

  10. Alice Shortcake says:


  11. muy muy adorable (last word said with a hispanic acksent, please)

  12. This must be one of the few non-disapproving bunnehs left on earth. 🙂

  13. a bunneh who is NOT disapproving!!? this is truly an anomaly. is a dandelion behind the ear the trick?

  14. Coffee Cup says:

    The few occasions I’ve had my rabbit on a leash or harness, he would be more consumed with trying to get it off than interested in his surroundings, so I think if I let him off a leash he would either lay down in protest or run for the trees. Either way, I don’t trust my rabbit outdoors!

  15. No problem. 🙂

  16. So…when can I eat this flower?

  17. This is Elway’s mum speaking… Don’t be fooled this little guy thinks he’s the center of the universe. He wouldn’t leave my side except for that time he ran under the car in Oregon when a Bronco with 2 huge dogs in the back parked in the stall next to us. By the end of our summer travels he ate grass in 9 different states.