Sean's Stories

Posted by sean on November 4, 2018 at 11:48 pm in Rabbits with No Comments


Do you ever feel you’ve had a busy weekend? Spare a thought for poor Roman, who has had a very eventful couple of days.

Saturday morning. I’m in bed, having what I believe to be a deserved lie-in, when Claire brings our cherished bunny upstairs to see me…

I know this photo looks like a scene from a Richard Curtis movie, but I can assure you all that Barry Manilow was NOT playing on the iPod and there wasn’t a red rose or candle in sight.

Roman later explored the sofa, downstairs. Claire and I both forgot to take any photos of that adventure, so you’ll have to make do with these.

Our rabbit must have tired himself out, as after being returned to his run, he settled down for a relaxing nap.

Clearly Roman didn’t like being photographed, while he slept (can you blame him?), as he turned to face away.

After catching forty, or rather fifty, winks, Roman became excited again. This isn’t always a good thing – especially when he has his eyes (and teeth) on my PlayStation control pad cable. Maybe he just wanted to play Red Dead Redemption.

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