Tuesday, July 17, 2007

hey bay-bee





Millions* of baby bunnies are born every day. So how can we at the Land of Cute possibly choose just one or two to feature? Clearly some guidelines must be established. For baby bunnies, a large head-to-ears ratio must be present as well as a large eye to head ratio. Appropriate amounts of fuzziness and aesthetically pleasing coloring are also extremely important. Inquisitive and/or sad facial expressions score big points. Naturally, the rules change quite a bit for adult bunnies, but that is another post for another day.

Do you have any additional guidelines that you feel are important for maximum bunny cuteness? Don't forget to keep submitting names for Monday's Japanese bunny... entries will be accepted all week.

Finally, a shout out to a random genius out there who decided to develop a whole blog dedicated to bunnies: dailybunny.typepad.com/index.html. Please visit. Bask in the cuteness.

* contrived and unverified statistic

8 comments:

Christine said...

Oh. My. Gosh. We had a little gray/brown bunny nibbling on some leftover apple tossed into the yard yesterday. I love that point when they stretch to hop. They look so vulnerable and sweet. And don't forget their sweet paws. Too big or too tiny, it just adds to the cuteness.

Sophia said...

absolutely adorable. The seal point one is precious, with the tinted nose/paws. Just perfectly cute.

Linda said...

Very,very cute!!!!

Maria (age 6) said...

It has brown eyes, and it's cute like me!

Zoe said...

Cute, cute, cute...I just wanna hug them.

Michael said...

A horse... a horse... my kingdom for a horse...

button said...

They have to give good whisker.

anitaj said...

The less they look like their closely related rat cousins, the more cute they are. Those pictures are really cute!