Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Oh, The Horror!!!!!

It's what nightmares are made of. It makes women faint and young men weep. Children should never be exposed to the horror. I think if Steven King knew about it, he would write a whole series on it's evilness. Oh how freighting, oh the horror, oh the heart stopping evil. What is it you ask?.............


Wait for it......



The Evil Ninja Rabbit.

The dreaded Ninja Rabbit looks all nice and innocent. All sweet, soft and fluffy. That's how it gets it's prey. It draws you in thinking that it's just a normal rabbit. But when you open it's cage to feed it, you pull back a bloody stub.

It has attack Hubby every time that he has opened it's cage to feed it. Jumping, attacking and scratching before he even knew he are being attacked. He has had scratches all down his hand. I'm surprised that there are not fang marks.

Go ahead,laugh and scoff. I wouldn't have believed it either if I hadn't seen it with my own two eyes. EVIL! I say! And to make things worse, last night as we went to feed the rabbits. It. Was. Gone! Somehow, it has escaped it's cage. I think it has special, evil powers that no normal cage can hold. We see The Evil Ninja Rabbit every night when we go up and feed all of the other normal animals. It's hiding in the shadows ready to attack at any minute. Waiting until our back are turn so that it can jump and scratch all of our skin off of our backs. Just evil, I say!

Now at night before we go to sleep, we make sure all our doors and windows are locked. (Like that would stop it.) Make sure the guns and knives are withing arms reach. Sleep with one eye open at all times. Because at any time during the dark of the night, the Evil Ninja Rabbit can make it's evil plans reality.

So until next time, if there is a next time.

Small Farm Girl, scared.

18 comments:

Felinae said...

LOL! I'm sorry, I shouldn't laugh, but you are right, it is an evil bunny. I hope none of the scratches and bites are too serious.

My sister-in-law raises Lops and well...she and my brother ended up with one that wasn't quite right out of one of their litters. This little guy was the cutest little thing, black & white, they called him Skunk, but he was an attack bunny. Skunk would charge people's feet with no warning and bite the hell out of the shoelaces. He would make growling sounds while biting them too.

He ended up living a full bunny life. My brother and sister-in-law just made sure they knew his whereabouts at all times in case he came at their feet. It was weird though because sometimes he would be docile and let them pet him and pick him up. He was like Dr. Jekyll/Mr. Hyde.

I hope your bunny gets better.

Hugs~Fel~

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Everyone thinks that all bunnies are sweet, gentle, quiet creatures. We had an evil rabbit, too. It growled louder than our dog and spat farther than our llamas!. I was traumatized every time I had to go in to it's cage to clean or feed.

Have you read Bunnicula.

*shiver*

~Lisa

Carolyn Renee said...

Sounds like something out of Monty Python's Holy Grail!

Run Away! Run Away!!!

The Haphazard Countryman said...

I don't laugh at all. When I was a kid I had a job of feeding a bunch of rabbits for a neighbor. They had a monstrous sized lop bunny. Every time I tried to feed the rabbit it would attack. Finally I started dropping the food through the top of the cage I to its bowl. It got what made it in the bowl. That may have made him madder because he didn't eat much when I was feeding him.

SciFiChick said...

You just crack me up!! So far I have not encountered his evil spawn, but I'm afraid it just might show up around here. I'll keep my eye out for him I tell ya!

small farm girl said...

I'm so glad I'm not the only one with a weird rabbit. Your stories make me feel better.

Sci...Ya better watch out. It's evil!

angela said...

hahahaha just what I needed this morning. Is the photo of the acual ninja rabbit? Being black is working in its favour, maybe you should call the ninja power rangers to help.
keep those doors locked and stay safe my friend.

*~*~*~*~Tonia said...

I believe it!! We also had one of our babies go nuts! It would attack and when I tried to pull back he was hanging from my hand kicking and biting! Thank God for Leather Gloves!...And Long sleeves.. And Thick jackets! He was Crazy! We finally put him down.. He was cute as a button but couldnt be handled at all..

Anonymous said...

Beware the Rabbit of Caerbannog.

half_pint

Michaele said...

I have had evil bunnies before and turned them out on purpose. I figured no predator would stand a chance and if it did, oh well. Attack rabbits are not good for breeding either. This would have been great for Halloween : )

small farm girl said...

Angela....I know!!!! I will keep the doors locked. Our lives depend on it!

Tonia...I'm actually kinda glad the thing got loose! I'm almost afraid to go feed in the dark though. lol

HP...LMBO!!!LOL!!! HAHAHAHA!

Michaele....I hope it doesn't kill our dogs! This would have been a really good Halloween story! :)

Happy Days said...

You are so funny. You've got me laughing!! Maybe he'll climb back into his cage when he gets hongry!! Evil Bunny. Never thought of them as evil, but this one must have been born from the devil himself and then turned into an evil rabbit as punishment for something he did...wretched beast...BE CAREFUL!! The life you save may be your own....debbie

Soni (lil-sis) said...

Your so stupid!!

Phelan said...

Great . . . more nightmares. Thanks

Anonymous said...

evil rabbit..out to the deep woods with you-you are now free and on your own...........my sister raised chinchilla rabbits for several years and every now and then a bad-assed rabbit would crop up....i often wondered if they were the ones that ended up as pelts and stew..but never asked. i stayed away from the bunnies and took care of the chickens and ducks.

Candy C. said...

OMG, that was so funny! Probably not to your hubby though!
I'm with Carolyn Renee "Run away, run away!" That's the first thing I thought of when I started reading your post! ;-)

Sam said...

bunnicula comes to mind... one of my favorite books we had to read in school. I think it was grade 4. The rest of the class was only on chapter 5 by the time I had devoured the whole book!!
Wishing you luck with your evil bunny

RooosterChick said...

I had one of these Ninja bunnies. He was vicious, but Mother didn't believe me. One day she told me feed bunny, I hesitated. I saw her start to go do it herself, and I told her not to because Bunny would attack. She rolled her eyes and went out the door. Seconds later I heard Bunny squeal like a pig and Mother screamed. Off to the phone to call the doctor! "I told you so.."