Friday, August 27, 2010

Clover meets Tovah!

I thought some of you might want to see a clip of Tovah meeting Clover. They met officially last weekend, and both did great! They are truly really cute together. Clover will run up to the gate and wait. Tovah will go to the gate and offer play bows and tail wags. The second day they were together, she pawed Clover's head as if to play.

I don't know yet whether Clover will ever be a full free range bunny (not sure I can handle teeth chew marks on more wood and door frames--she seems to do this mostly when she has been introduced to something new/has more freedom), but I think she really enjoys the moments I let her hang out with Tovah. Eventually, I'll let Hank meet her, and Daphne is still just a little up in the air.

I have other posts in mind to write that are more ED-related, so hopefully, I can crank those out this weekend. In the meantime, enjoy the video.

p.s. The voice is me in the background. I still need to work on my video recording skills, but I'm sure as time goes by, I'll get better.


Eating Alone said...


I'm learning to really love animals right now. My cat is so soft! But I'm not sure I could deal if she tried to eat all the furniture in my house.

Cammy said...

Love it!

ola said...

Brave girls! I would love to know what they are thinking about each other!

Kim said...

This is so adorable! I love the look on Tovah's face!

I Hate to Weight said...

WAY too cute. clover is adorable. and Tovah seems like such a great dog. i'm still thinking about her precious baby pictures. Great job raising her!

Tiptoe said...

David, glad you are enjoying Oreo. I think she has YOU trained though. ;-)

Cammy and Ola, thanks. They seem to be enjoying each other. Clover is all about her there since she gets treats. LOL

Kim, you know rabbits do really well with cats. Food for thought. I read recently they are the third most popular pet now, though far behind from cats and dogs. Unfortunately, there are also a high number in shelters too.

I Hate to Weight, thanks. Tovah has grown up to be a very good dog. It's hard to believe, but she'll be 2 on October 31st.