Bunny Boy

Bunny Boy is a Netherlands dwarf rabbit. He is very cute and looks naive.  I drove to Riverside, California from Ventura County to pick him up. A two weeks old Bunny Boy…. The famous Bunny Boy… The funny boy…

Wudrow

Wudrow is a month old wild cottontail rabbit. He is very energetic and loves to see me. He runs after me every time he sees me. Since then, he became one of my sweet little friends. Wudrow was enjoying a nice dinner.   Wudrow is hanging out with Chocky… 😀  

Chocky

Chocky is a fun loving, very friendly and a happy wild cottontail rabbit. I met him near the hills of Conejo Valley. He came to me and became one of my sweet little friends. He loves to bring his cute little smile. Here is a photo of Chocky with little Wudrow. A selfie of Chocky…

Rudy

Rudy is another wild cottontail rabbit. He is likely a son of Mocha. He gave me his genuine bunny trust but he is still a little bit skittish. I found him injured and ill. I gave him healthy food. He is now looking much healthier. More photos of Rudy, waiting for oats…    

Jerry the Eastern Fox Squirrel

Jerry is an Oak Tree “Eastern Fox” Squirrel. He is a comedian and very friendly little guy. He discovered that he loves eating oats aside from acorns. Jerry survived the Woolsey Wildfire in November 2018.  Here is Jerry, chilling out on the Oak tree while waiting for Christmas weekend of 2018.     Videos of…

Mocha

Mocha is the mother of Ruscoe, she is an awesome wild cottontail rabbit. She has a balance diet, i.e., green vegetables, hay, oats, and native grass. She also gave me her genuine bunny trust. Mother Mocha knew how to enjoy life… Unfortunately, she disappeared as well.  I am hoping that she is safe and happy…

Ruscoe

Ruscoe is a sweet clown— wild cottontail rabbit with many personalities. He is my lucky charm that brings inspiration, luck, and happiness. He gave me his genuine bunny trust and loyalty. He is a wild bunny, therefore he goes back to dangerous unknown areas.  He comes to give a surprise visit once a while and…

Gigli

Gigli was found on the side of the road in 2015. Perhaps, some heartless people tossed her on the side after Easter. She is a very funny bunny. Her name was taken from the movie, Gigli. She is a very sweet and well-behave bunny. She loves oats and treats.