I know I just posted last night, but a friend sent me this list and I had to post a few with my comments. My bunny craziness started 6 years ago this month when I adopted Tuscan from the SPCA. Then I adopted Moose a month later. Since then I have fostered dozens of rabbits, helped to start up the House Rabbit Meetup Group, started the rabbit volunteer program and foster program at the SPCA and become an HRS educator. Here is the complete list on Cats, Rabbits and More.

Here are the ones I could relate to the most with a few comments added by me.

•Their grocery bill is higher than yours and every cardboard box you encounter is analyzed for it’s ‘bunny appropriateness’
•You don’t think twice when things end up with chew holes
•When people think of rabbits you immediately come to mind
•You know what your rabbit is thinking by the tilt of their head, their ears, etc. even when others think they’re just sitting there
•You go to the produce store and buy absolutely nothing for yourself, only for the rabbits
•You catch yourself saying “everybun” or “everybunny” in everyday conversations
•You have 3 cans of pumpkin in the pantry at all times, just in case (also pineapple and baby food)
•You know what a NIC condo is & have probably built one
•You have hay EVERYWHERE
•You have hay/fur in your washer/dryer and have to pick off tiny pieces from your clothing while at work
•You wake up to two foster babies fighting in an enclosure that’s not theirs and the rightful occupant of the enclosure is halfway across the room watching them fight (we have had lots of foster escapes and fights….)
•You wear your nibbled clothing like a badge of honor (my tan coat and now my expensive camera bag!!)
•The smell of fresh hay makes you think of home and your sweet-faced little angels
•You have strategically placed gates and xpens throughout your house that you consistently trip over (don’t forget the screen door!)
•You ask for a special vacuum for Christmas just for the hay (okay, my first anniversary gift was the Dyson, nothing better!)
•You have at least two vacuum cleaners and you always have electrical tape on hand (the hand vacuum downstairs is covered in electrical tape, but we keep the Dyson cord far away from the teeth)
•All your sheets have nibbles in them (they aren’t allowed in my room anymore, but back in the day they destroyed my comforter when I went out of town)
•The TV reception goes out because the antenna cable was chewed off (okay, never lost the antenna cable, but lots of remote buttons)
•It dawns on you that they are actually training you, instead of you training them
•You have to buy computer mice in six-packs because “something” keeps happening to the cords (and laptop power cords)
•You have 5 or 6 buns or more -and you can tell whose poops are whose (I am a poop expert)
•Everyone at the grocery store thinks you eat so healthy because half your order is greens (have heard this one a lot)