Monday, April 19, 2010
Spring Has Sprung
But spring is definitely here. On the nicer days Mom opens the patio doors to let the sweet, fresh air waift in. The birds are chirping their sweet little songs and Nutters and Butters are bouncier than ever! "Hey, Fluffy! Tell your mom we're starving!" Yes, Mom has been slacking of on refilling the squirrel feeder but she promises to fill it soon. Even the Big Fat Cat has resumed his neighbourhood rounds....
So in honour of a fresh new season, Mom has a fresh, new look for my blog. Don't worry my peeps! It is still me, Fluffy McFluffersons! And I will still be filling it with my usual bunny nonsense and misadventures. Mom felt the need to make everything clean and white but she's not sure if she will keep it this way or not. But for now, it's here to stay.
Binks and I want to share a really important event coming up - it's a webinar hosted by two very rabbit-savvy vets from the Ontario Veterinary College here in Canada. They are donating their time to discuss important issues like rabbit care, health, emergencies and lots of other topics. The cost is $10 US and the best part is that all funds will be donated to a very special bunny friend of ours named Rocky.
Rocky is a Bunspacer who has a tumor next to his heart. Specialists at the Ontario Veterinary College have seen his records and case file and are sure they can help him - the only issue is, Rocky lives in Athens, Greece. Bunnies In Need - a wonderful charitable group of Bunspacers - is trying to raise money to fly Rocky out here to Canada so he can get the medical help he needs. All of the money from this upcoming Webinar will go to Rocky's plight.
The Webinar is Thursday, Aprill 22nd, 2010, from 7 pm to 9 pm eastern standard time. For more information on Rocky and the webinar, click here. If you would like to attend the webinar, click here to go directly to paypal and login information will be sent to you once it's available.
Rocky is a really special friend and Binks and I would appreciate everyone's thoughts and prayers for him and his family. I will keep you posted on his situation - thanks peeps!