the other dog is like no im not your bestfriend.
The Leatherdos is a hair clip that doubles as a multi-tool that combines 5 different tools in a tiny hair clip: screw-drivers, a wrench, a trolley coin, a ruler, and a cutting edge.This some of that James Bond shit.
Swiss Army Hairclip
there are so many questions. why is this raccoon in someone’s hallway. why is it rolling. why does it stop for a moment to check something and then clearly decide to roll again. what did it find that made it roll to the right instead of the left. why is someone filming all this. why did someone let a raccoon into their house in order o film this. what is that on the floor that the raccoon is rolling away from. why is it rolling away from it. why.
Look a little young to drive, there, kiddo.
it’s been years since i’ve first seen this comic and i still think it has one of the best punchline delivers of anything i’ve ever seen
the cave of origin
The cat ate my homework
So I’ve been looking for different ways to keep Pip entertained during the day and when I’m not around, and I started to look at things that would dispense treats. I know about kongs and other treat dispensers for dogs and cats, and had a look at some that were made for bunnies, but they are so expensive. I had a look around for cheapy ones and found these in my local £1 shop!
They’re hard plastic doggy play balls and I got 4 in a net packet, which is good for storing them in, too! They’re a bit rough around the edges, so I sanded round the join in the plastic to get rid of any sharp pieces, gave them a wash and popped some carrot in them.
I wasn’t sure Pip would really know what to do, as he doesn’t really play with balls or push things around with his face, but as soon as he gave it a nudge and a bit of carrot fell out, he seemed happy and sold on it, and started nudging it round his cage and then he even started flinging it around (last picture action shot!) and making carrot fly everywhere, which can also be a good game, as bunnies then have to snuffle about and forage for the carrot they’ve just strewn everywhere!
I’m sure these are available at any pound or dollar store, and they are a great and cheap alternative to expensive pet shop treat toys!
The only things I would say if you’re gonna use these are:
1) Make sure they’re safe- sand down sharp plastic pieces and get rid of any plastic pieces stuck inside.
2) Wash them in hot, soapy water, rinse and dry really well before you give them to your bunny.
3) Make sure the pieces are small enough so they fall out of the holes. Don’t make it too hard for your bun to get the pieces out, or they might give up and you might be left with carrot pieces that are going bad that you then can’t get out of the ball because they’re too big!
I also got some other play balls from the £1 shop to make Pip a ball pit to play with (they’re sneaking in the corners of the photos), but that’s a post for another day!