Hug Me Bunnies, stuffed animals, a slug, and a kitten
At least one of my Wonder Bunny fleece bunnies, which I am working on finishing next, grew an unusual tail, as you can see here.
Juno has been using her super powers to help us in any way she sees fit. Here she is helping cut a piece of cording with her teeth. I use that to center my details on my toys. I didn’t really need it to be trimmed, or at least I didn’t know I needed it to be trimmed.
She is growing up, and was 4 pounds at her vet visit today. She was only 14 ounces when Cheryl first found her. She is doing very well, and has started to have more frequent bursts of sweetness. She purrs, and gives head bumps and kisses. She still ends up biting us, but thank goodness she is calming down and learning to be nice.
Now, if she can learn to behave around the bunny, I will be even happier. She doesn’t yet understand why throwing up her paws and pouncing on everyone isn’t always taken in the spirit of fun in which it was intended.
I have been finishing up fleece bunny stuffed animal art toys. I posted these three in my toy shop so far.