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Tonight, I was sitting on the floor working on my watercolor paintings for class. See the plate? I was holding that in my hand and there is paint on it. Huckleberry just hopped up, got all excited, bit the edge of the plate and pulled it down to her level, she surveyed it, and after ssing that there wasn't anything tasty on it, she used her nose to bump the plate back to the angle I was holding it at. Then she went and scooted the various cups and jars around and threw the squirt bottle over. I think somebody needs some attention haha.
What are your brats doing to help you out tonight?
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Hahaha. I'm surprised Huckles didn't get her little paws in the paint and help you add some furry texture to your painting.
Hannah loooves to help! At least she thinks she's helping. She must be involved if I'm cleaning her cage or even if I'm just cleaning up the living room. She's an "in your business bunny". Usually when I'm cleaning the cage she helps by sitting in the litter boxes I've removed (suddenly the hay in them seems to much tastier) or stealing paper towels.
Otto isn't much of a helper - he's more of an observer. Though lately he's obsessed with helping me eat my cornflakes for breakfast. He usually hates people food, so when he jumped up on the couch I put the bowl in front of him, expecting him to run away. Instead he stole a cornflake. lol Now he jumps up almost every morning and looks longingly at my bowl.