A bunny shows in Brooklyn
Brooklyn has a bridge. It also has a bunny. The appropriately named
Roebling, a rescued dwarf Hoto rabbit, lives in a Greenpoint loft, and his
every twitch is documented on the bunny cam at BklynBunny.com. Sometimes this
white bunny with the beguiling black eye patch dines on Quaker Oats and
peppermint tea, served in a Jonathan Adler ceramic bowl. But most of the time,
he's just chilling out. Also available on the site: logoed T-shirts and
apple-scented room spray.
Purr-fect for playtime
There's a mouse in the house - and in this case, that's a good thing. An
"automatic cat toy" that can be set with a timer to activate when you are not
home, Mouse in the House emits small noises to let kitty know the action is
starting, then sends a toy mouse out on a track through a faux toy living room.
After two revolutions, the mouse signals that playtime is over with a cuckoo
sound. He can reappear every minute or every hour, depending on the interval
you choose. Available for $78.50 from catdancer.com or call 920- 426-4330.