Hey there!

I found another flower from the bottom of mommy’s slippers –> It’s mine now, and in my diary it goes. I have a collection of 3 so far 🙂 I love collecting them.

Recently I had to go to a Vet! Oh, boy, I was a little scared because I heard so many stories about those mysterious Veterinarian people. Turns out, they’re not so bad, quite the opposite. The Vet weighed me (3 lbs), took my temperature, and listened to the my heartbeat. It was all good. We even learned many useful things:

#1. Bananas are a big no-no for bunnies. They’re full of sugar and can upset bunnies’ tummies, which can be life threatening :O Oh, no! So good-bye yummy but dangerous yellow fruit, no more of you!

#2. Bunnies need to have lots and lots of hay available to them. It’s good for the digestion and can prevent many tummy diseases. I say “Yay for Hay!” 🙂

#3. Bunnies need at least 3 different vegetables daily. Variety is necessary to obtain all the needed vitamins and nutrients. (Fancy words). Ever since mommy found that out, she’s been giving me 5-6 different kinds of veggies daily. I couldn’t be happier 😀

*munches on some parsley and carrots*

The Vet also gave us a list of veggies and fruits that are safe for bunnies like me. I’ve decided to share it with you guys. I hope it helps other bunnies out there:

Safe veggies:

*Basil *Beet greens (tops) *Bok choy *Broccoli *Brussels sprouts *Carrot & Carrot tops *Celery *Cilantro *Clover *Collard greens *Dandelion *Endive *Escarole *Green Peppers *Mint *Parsley *Sweet Pea Pods *Peppermint leaves *Radish tops *Raspberry leaves *Romaine lettuce (only kind) *Watercress *Wheat grass.   There are also *Kale and *Spinach, but sparingly as it may be toxic in large qualities over time.

Safe fruits:

*Apple (no stem or seeds) *Blueberries *Melon *Papaya *Peach *Pear *Pineapple *Plums *Raspberries *Strawberries.

Dear bunny-lovers friends, please keep in mind that we, bunnies, have sweet tooth and even we they would prefer the sugary fruits, it’s not healthy in large qualities and may upset our little tummies. So only a little bit of fruits per day are needed for a healthy bunny 🙂