This webpage is in memory of Moo, a little bunny with a huge heart. Moo was with our family from August 1997 until April 2000. She changed all our lives. In September 1999, Moo developed some problems with her back end. She was not totally paralyzed, and soon learned to motor around the house again. Moo became even more of a sweetheart than before. She was constantly looking for head noogies. Her positive outlook in the face of adversity was a inspiration to the whole family. Then in April Mooster had a relapse, leaving her hind legs almost completely useless. She could no longer even sit up without help. After an unsuccessful round of treatment, we made the difficult choice to put Moo down. She was a trouper right to the end, making our lives so much happier. Moo, we love you.
Moo's Many Friends
Fatty McGee is Moo's sister. We got Fatty in January of 1998. She is still around, and now has a new bunny friend named Spot. Please click here to learn more about Fatty.
Varmie and Sammy are the cats in the family. Moo and Varmie were quite close. Fatty adores Varmie and Sammy, but the feeling is not mutual. For more on our crazy cats, click here .
Brandy is our new puppy who joined the family in December 1999. He is a Golden Retriever, and a little off the wall right now. You can see pictures of Brandy by clicking here .
Spot is our new bunny, who we adopted from the local SPCA in January 2001. Fatty was lonely after losing Moo, so we felt it was time for her to have a new friend. Spot and Fatty had a rocky start (Spot was a bit of a horny boy). Now they are the best of buds. You can check out Spot by clicking here .
Caper was our family dog, before the Brandy era. He was a beautiful Bouvier X. Please click here for more information and pictures of Caper.
Moo was an angel of a bunny right from when we got her as a baby. She used to follow me around my apartment like a little puppy. More than once Moo nearly get trampled because of her tendancy to get under your feet. What we remember most about Moo, besides her sweet nature, was her overwhelming appetite. She could eat like no other, and had a wide variety of favorite foods. Things like chocolate, ice cream, petunias, dried and raw fruit, brocolli slaw and licorice where just some of foods she would lose her manners for. Se had been known, on occasion, to jump up on the sofa and steal the food right out of your hands! And contrary to popular belief, not all rabbits are true herbivores. I once dropped a beef tortillini pasta on the floor, and Moo ate the whole thing before I could bend down to pick it up. We will never forget you, Princess Moo.
Other Cool Stuff
Moo's Update page. Go here to see what new and cool things have been added to the site!