Saturday, December 11, 2010

Sleep

I have never seen Clovis asleep. I don't know how he sleeps or how much he sleeps. Maybe he doesn't sleep at all.

I wish he would come and sit on my lap or at least sit next to me and snuggle up and sleep. I would love that.

9 comments:

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Sight the collective wish of many a bunny slave....

Michelle May said...

Yeah, what D said. :)
xx, shell

Lorna said...

Bunnies tend to sleep with their eyes open - so what may seem like bunny relaxing in the corner in a meatloafed position is actually a bunny sleeping. If you approach them and suddenly get a dirty look or, even worse, a THUMP of disgust, it's because hooman, you had the nerve to wake them up.

Sage rarely slept beside me, Scout would sleep under my chin. (A blessing that became a wee bit more tedious as her bladder control went..) It's probably one of those "OMFG, you humans MOVE too much!" things with most bunnies.

Clovie Boy said...

Lorna, how interesting! I had no idea. Thanks for the information!

Jade said...

Don't they look like such angels when they're sleeping, even though you know they're pobably plotting something devious in their dreams? ;)

SixBunnies said...

Yes, Jade ... probably dreaming of our demise and how they would replace us with better slaves ...

FrecklesandDeb said...

He looks quite comfy whether he's asleep or not. A relaxed bunny is a happy bunny!

bunnits said...

Sleeping with eyes open--yes. I've often disturbed my buns during a nap, thinking they were awake, and found them to be lethargic and slow moving. At first I would think they were ailing, but then got the info about sleeping and eyelids.

That is a delightful photo.

And ditto me for d.moll's comment.

Lisa said...

I was going to say exactly what Lorna said. If he's still for awhile, chances are he's sleeping. I find a better way of deciding whether my rabbits are sleeping is to watch their mouths. Biff especially does this silent snoring thing where his lips kind of flutter and twitch, and their noses will have varying degrees of twitchyness when they're dreaming.