Remember this fuzzer?
Apparently he’s become a bit of an international celebrity. The breeder, not the bunny.

An east German pensioner who breeds rabbits the size of dogs has been asked by North Korea to help set up a big bunny farm to alleviate food shortages in the communist country. Now journalists and rabbit gourmets from around the world are thumping at his door.

Read the entire article here.
I can’t imagine an 8 kilo bunny. That’s fricking HUGE.

 

4 Responses to monster rabbits

  1. Everyone knows I’m hard headed and too cool for school, but ever since I saw these bunnies I have secretly wanted one. [I raced and looked them up on the net and found lots of pictures of real cute monsters.] I can just see him (or her) hopping around beside me in the backyard, lying under the desk and sitting beside me watching tv. I imagine a cute nose wrinkle occassionally and trips in the car to the vegie shop for lettuce and carrots.

  2. dogpossum says:

    Oh man, I hope The Squeeze doesn’t read your comment – he’s been silently pleading (in wide-eyed way) for a bunny for ages.
    I have two words for hard-headed, too kewl for skewl bunny fanciers:
    cute overload
    http://cuteoverload.com/
    edit: this photo is disturbing outside the c.o. context: http://mfrost.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/tongue_overload.jpg

  3. jac says:

    EEEEEEEEEEEEE [deep breath] EEEEEEEEEEEEEE!
    Let’s BUY it!

  4. dogpossum says:

    Buy, as in a cooperative bunny purchase?
    Can you imagine time-sharing a giant bunny? I’d have to get one big motherfucker bike pannier to fit that dood.