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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > THE LOUNGE > ***RETURN OF PARIS HILTON***
Last Post by dmh426 at 5/20/2007 12:51 PM (35 Replies)
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User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/14/2007 8:45 AM

So, Paris Hilton called me last night at home. I don't know how she got my home number but....that's not the point. Remember the cute little puppy she was going to get a.k.a Tinkerbell the designer dog?  So, she picked up the puppy and stopped off at the pet store to buy it a diamond studded collar and some clothes (no kidding...what happened to food and a doggy bed?!?) upon where she saw the cutest bunny that SHE HAD TO HAVE. She didn't want to tell me that she picked up another bunny at a pet store. She was convinced that it was Puck the holland lop's fault that he didn't want to be held so thought she would try again. Well, guess what? Bad parenting is bad parenting. She's ready for me to come get this one too. I COULD SCREAM. SERIOUSLY. I WANT TO DO HER BODILY HARM.

So, I am arranging to take this one too.


User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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1/14/2007 10:32 AM

Are you  #$#ing kidding me?  It has been like 2 weeks since you took the last one, right?
I guess you should try to get the cage out of her so she can't refill it.
What an idiot.

What happened to Puck? (I'm sorry if you already explained I've been away from Binkybunny lately)


User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/14/2007 11:53 AM
TRUST ME. I wish I was kidding. But I am not. I took Puck two weeks ago Thursday. He is being fostered by a very good friend of mine who is resocializing him and having him neutered on Friday. He is doing well, so well in fact, that she is seriously considering adopting him since her three bunnies are loving Puck.

So yes, it would appear that no sooner did I leave with Puck that three days later she got another rabbit. I did take the cage and everything else that came with Puck, but I guess she had a smaller cage for when Puck was smaller that she put this bunny in. I AM LIVID. I am not a violent person, but I want to seriously shake the he!! out of this girl and snap some sense into her.

She said (and I quote, in the Paris Hilton voice): Whhhhhhhhy does this keep happening to me???? Why do I keep picking the bad rabbit? It won't even let me hold him and runs and hides when I try to pick him up out of his cage.

No fricken kidding, einstein? Maybe because you, like many others, should not even be given a stuffed animal to take care of!!! So, I am most likely taking this bunny as well. i was hoping to make it mine, since I have been thinking about getting a second, but she's a female and Sophie's a female and this bunny is no "mini" anything, as it was advertised. Just one glance at the size of it's feet and ears and general body length, and I know it's going to be between 6 and 8 pounds. I am so mad!!!!

User is Offline Theresa Moan
Nashua, NH
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1/14/2007 12:35 PM

So THAT is why she didn't even ask you how Puck was doing.  She didn't want to tell you that she replaced him in 3 days.  After you generously took him from her. 

I'm glad to hear that Puck is doing well with the other bunnies at your friends place. The little guy is probably tramatized. I feel like you must be at least a moderately sensitive, compassionate, and selfless individual to care for an animal like a rabbit...Which she obviously is not.

How did the phone call go last night?  I would have b*$#ched  her out.  But I'm also glad you didn't since there is another poor bun bun in her clutches....

BTW, so is sophie enjoying her new playhouse?

Also - I havea bun who is 9lbs...And I love her!


User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/14/2007 4:39 PM
I was too stunned last night to say anything into the phone, honestly. The good news is God intervened by way of a telephone call from my uncle asking about how to go about rescuing a rabbit for his friend's wife. I guess they had a house rabbit for 6 years that past away a few months ago, shortly after the wife went out of work on disability for cancer. They are eager to bring a rabbit in to love and the wife has the time and the patience to raise a baby bunny right, so my first thought was "oh thank god". The husband is great friends with my uncle and I talked to him tonight on the phone and he was very knowledgable about houserabbits, so...I am going to go over later this weekend with the new bunny from Paris Hilton and see if they hit it off.

I just can't even believe that I am doing this again so soon for Paris Hilton. I will be sure to take that extra cage with me this time!

User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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1/14/2007 4:52 PM
do you work at a pet store?

you should screw her over- sell her phone # to the paparazzi

on the other hand, if she's willing to be educated about proper house rabbit care which would require tact on your part, she could potentially help to educate others through her celebrity and donations to HRS! think about it.....if you got her to donate a large sum (which would be small to her but probably the largest the HRS might ever get from a single person)...think of how many rabbits would be helped by that by giving her the rabbit she wants along with the House Rabbit Handbook?
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User is Offline Lucy
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1/14/2007 7:19 PM
Posted By dmh426 on 01/03/2007 2:08 PM
Paris Hilton as she will be known on this site, didn't even ask about her bunny when I saw her at work today. NOT A WORD. Just goes to show you....some people shouldn't be allowed to be pet parents. I swear, there should be a test or something...



It's not really Paris Hilton.... you can go back to House Rabbit Q&A and click the forum topic "Advice desperately needed on a foster bunny" to read what happened from the beginning.

User is Offline BB
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1/14/2007 8:06 PM

Hey Poopy, if it was only really Paris Hilton, then maybe there could be some benefit out of such ignorance of the person dmh is talking about. - it was just a name someone called someone else (not on this board) to reveal a personality flaw and to also keep the person's name anonymous. 

 


User is Offline poopy
Orange County, CA
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1/14/2007 8:45 PM
oh haha....guess i shouldve read the other thread!
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User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/15/2007 3:13 AM
Sorry, I jsut started calling her "PARIS HILTON" and it kinda stuck on this forum. it seeemd appropriate I don't work at a pet store, but you would think i did. This girl had the potential to be a great bunny parents, she bought all the right books, an amazing condo for her first bunny, fed the right kinda hay, but then slipped up and lost her way somewhere. so, now I am taking a second rabbit from her in two weeks.

User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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1/15/2007 6:56 AM
That is sooo unbelievably nice of you to be taking that second bunny!! Has anyone ever explained to her that bunnies just DON"T LIKE being picked up? It seems that she is not so good at picking up on these things...

User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/15/2007 8:57 AM
I don't think she's the brightest crayon in the box if you know what i mean. Liek i said, fortunately, I think I already found the bunny a new home. Keep your fingers crossed.

User is Offline MooBunnay
Dallas, Texas (Allen)
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1/17/2007 11:54 AM

Hi!

Any updates on the bunny?  Have you gotten it? It is terribly traumatized from its owner?


User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/17/2007 5:09 PM
I haven't gotten the bunny yet. We're back in the stage of Paris not treturning my calls. I still have to check the potential adoptive family, but I don't think the bunny is being traumatized, or i would have gotten it out of there by now!!!! I'm not above driving to her house and sitting on the front pirch (snow and all) and waiting for her to come home from class or work. But... I passed the message along through acquaintainces that i wanted her to call me. I think right now the bunny is still cute and little, but the sooner I can get the bun out of there, the better.

Just DRAMA that I don't need. I work in a professional theatre for godsakes, how much more drama do I need?

User is Offline KOKKINIKLOSTI
Levadeia, Greece
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1/18/2007 2:37 AM
Eeeeek! I was away for some days and now i come in and read THAT? For God's sake! And, Poopy, although you made a mistake about the "Paris " thing i think that anyway this girl really deserves a big wack on her head, even if it does not come from paparazzi!At least it seems that there really is a God after all! Your unkle's friend hit the exact right timing! And (out of topic) i am so jealus of you, dmh426, for working in a theatre! I just lllove drama!!!!
Aftias: baby bunny
Trrreli, Estia, Mira: hammy girls

User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/18/2007 2:49 AM
The theatre is my second job. I work at a law firm by day. I love the drama!!!! I was a theatre minor in college so it helps to keep that kind of creative energy around me. Sophie is quite the diva also. i bring her in and will let her run around the costume shop and everyone looooooves her.

Yeah Paris Hilton still hasn't called me back. grrrr

User is Offline KOKKINIKLOSTI
Levadeia, Greece
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1/19/2007 12:01 AM
Isn't she afraid of the new people that get in? She is a brave little girl! I have been participating with amateur drama teams for about 8 years now! Drama is a great part of my life, but here in Grece, 70% of the actors are unemployed! So, as a woman that likes having something extra to the basics of life, i chose to keep drama as a hobby! Although i am pretty sure that i can perform much better than some professional actors! Have you ever thought of "lending" Sophie to play on stage sometime?(just a joke!) And ofcourse Paris is not going to call you back! She loves herself too much to care about others or even the creatures she likes dumping! ("dumping" is not for you!)
Aftias: baby bunny
Trrreli, Estia, Mira: hammy girls

User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/19/2007 9:50 AM
Hahaha. You and I are of a same mind when it comes to our acting. I am the Asst. House Manager and totally critique the actors. I know I could defintiely portray a character better than the one that's the lead in the show now, let me tell you. Sophie is a complete diva. She looooves the college kids. They also know that if she's in her carrier in my office, to leave her be, but if she comes up to them looking for some lovin' to go for it. It's good for her socialization. Saw Paris Hilton across the theatre last night, she RAN to the opposite door. Wonder what that was all about. Maybe she is keeping this bunny.... but I really don't want her to. She's a bad Mom!!!!

User is Offline nitetygress
Berkeley
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1/19/2007 2:15 PM
0.o Aya!  I cant believe someone would do that to the poor bunny!

I also have a rat and a dwarf hamster, and I recently had a friend try an pawn off her ratty boy on me because she "just didnt feel like having rat smell in her room"  CLEAN THE CAGE!  BE A RESPONSIBLE PET OWNER! GAH!  So I currently offered to take care of him until we could find a more loving home for him...
Proud mommy of Cassandra Bella aka "Cassy" the mini rex and her Husbunny Alexander the Netherland Dwarf/Hotot Mix

User is Offline dmh426
Syracuse, New York
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1/19/2007 7:50 PM
There should be serious testing for people before they are allowed to ahve pets. A screening process, like adopting a child!!!!
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