Our tv cabinet has wooden boards which were made to fit nicely into each slot, keeping all wires safely hidden behind the cabinet & away from the bunnies’ reach. In the lower right slot, there’s an extra extension cord in case we need to plug in other devices.
The other day, we needed the power supply temporarily so instead of going behind the tv cabinet which would have been a lot of hassle, we just plugged the device in through the front. Buttons, ever the alert, observant bun, hopped over in the blink of an eye:
Stern warnings to leave the wire alone were issued. Buttons quickly turned her eyes away, as though she hadn’t even noticed the wire. But those curious ears give away her intentions:
The she pulled her innocent face:
And tried to throw us off her tracks by pretending to focus her attention elsewhere:
What an actress! Well, we were not falling for all that. Trust no bun, no matter how innocent or nonchalant she looks.
Anyways, we managed to keep the wire safe from Buttons for many days. We’d unplug it whenever we weren’t in the room using it. But one fateful day, P forgot. He stepped out for a short while and and came home to this:
Buttons had accomplished her latest mission! Although she wasn’t caught red-pawed and it could very well have been Yohji, Buttons remains the prime suspect. She’s usually the mastermind behind all massacre of household items. Luckily no bun got hurt chewing on this wire!
On a separate note, I think I may be getting better at giving sub-q injections. The last 2 injections I gave Hans went fairly smoothly. The resistance I felt previously could have been because I didn’t push the needle in deep enough, beyond the layer of skin. For the last 2 injections, I made sure I pushed the needle in a little further and it was a breeze getting the meds into Hans 😀
Hans prays for a speedy eradication of the abscess, and an end to all these prodding and poking!