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Posted by sean on April 11, 2019 at 7:50 am in Rabbits with No Comments


Today is a special day. It marks exactly one year since I visited a pet shop in Bristol and returned home with our little superstar, Roman.

Yesterday, we let him have a free run of our front room – as we have found ourselves doing most days. During his latest run around, the postwoman delivered my Yeo Valley order.

While Claire and I were happy with the biscuit tin and drinks bottle, Roman was ecstatic with a cardboard box, which was used to transport the Yeo goodies.

I would like to say that one of us gave the box to Roman, which he gratefully accepted. In reality, however, I think he stole it from us, and the only reason we didn’t take it back was because we admired his opportunist approach!

Either way, he was loving his new toy…



Predictably, he lost his box – shhhh… over the edge of the sofa!

All the fun and games tired the little bunny out. He fell asleep next to me, while I watched Four in a Bed.



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