Flashback Friday

Dear peeps of Cute Overload, may we introduce to you, the real Peter Rabbit. Formally known as, Benjamin Bouncer.

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We think you may share a similar passion for cute disapproval. And, Benjamin might quite like to hear about your nomming of earses. Please, enjoy yourselves while we prepare tea.

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Found these charming pics of Beatrix Potter with her pet rabbit, Benjamin Bouncer, 1891, via Retronaut.

Where To, Doc?

You need taxi service to the airport? Sure, doc, that’s just a hop, skip and a jump from here! So hop, skip, and jump in already!

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Via The Internets Animals.

Oh Teacher, Teacher!

I found my study buddy!

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Via Imgur.

And Now, Here They Are,

On CO, on Toesday, for the first time ever, and hopefully not the last, bebbeh bunneh toebeans!!OMG!!!

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Thanks to Sender-Inner May-li Khoe.

Oink! Don’t Look Behind You Now But,

I’ve got an ear-y feeling we’re living on burrowed time.

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Rob, a Flemish Giant rabbit, and two adorable miniature piglets, Chino and Penny, who are his BFFs at Pennywell Farm, Devon, England. Via Cute Emergency.

 

It’s Blueberry the Bun!

Horses fall at my feet and give me smoochies.

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Children gladly give me their toys.

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Plants fear me.

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“Blueberry” -Victoria K.

Six More Weeks of Winter?!

There’s only one thing for that. OK, two things. More bunnehs! Warm, cozeh, fuzzeh bunnehs.

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Via Humor Train.

At Long Last! A Bunny Post!

Ta-daaah! Bunneh! Bunneh! Bunneh - 
…We actually thought you would be more disapproving. (head tilt)

“Uffa, the nodding bunny. Thanks,” -Mark C. Via YouTube.

The Protector O’ The Bunnehs

Cuteporter Allie S. (“I need to go poop marshmallows and sunshine now”) spotted this story on CNN.com, about Joshua Bisnar, an active-duty Navy Hospital Corpsman. It seems he pulled off a big-time ResQte! Quoting Josh on Reddit:

“I live in Camp Pendleton, CA. As I was raking the volleyball court, I found a small hole with 4 tiny rabbits in it. I grabbed a box, put a few old shirts into it and picked up the bunnies. I researched how to raise them and what to feed them. I made a nice box for them to live in and bottle fed them until I could ween them to eat the local foods. After a couple months I brought them to a wildlife rescue because they were starting to jump out of their box. It was a lot of hard work but I loved the bunnies.”

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Normally, an Asterisk Means Bad News*

You know, to hide “some restrictions” that “may apply,” or a list of nasty side effects as long as your arm, or that the amazing doorbuster 75% off special is only available Monday morning between 5:45 and 5:47 in our Lima, Peru location.

* Unless it’s an asterisk made of bunnies. Then it’s all good.

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Via EarthPix on Twitter.