The following was dictated by Sandra to Bibi.
I want to tell you about my trip. I never went so far ever before. Bibi put me in a carrier and we went in a car. I only was in her car once before when we went to the vet who looked at me last year and said I was fine.
This time we were in the car for a long long time. My carrier is really for a small dog but it’s OK, it’s good for me. I sat in it the whole time and I was very quiet. I just sat in the same place for hours. I didn’t move and I didn’t have to go to the bathroom.
When we got there I could tell there were no trees and birds and nothing smelled like it does at home. When she took me inside we went into a little box that took us up really high, higher than a tree – but we were inside.
When I came out of my carrier there were people there who all wanted to hold me and be nice to me. They were Bibi’s family.
I had a little room to myself and Bibi put my things there. She set up my pellets and my Timothy hay and my water and my vegetables and one more thing: my raspberry stick to chew on. There were no windows and I couldn’t get to any kind of outside house. But that was OK. Everyone came and said hi to me all day long.
Everyone in Bibi’s family got to hold me. They kept saying: “It’s Christmas. Merry Christmas”. I think Christmas means you go somewhere in a car and everyone in your family takes turns holding you. I liked it.
I thought it was funny there was a real tree inside with things all over it even though we weren’t on the ground, we were up in the sky. I don’t know how it got there. I liked to relax under that tree.
Then when we got home I was more snuggly than ever before. That’s when I started wanting to be in Bibi’s lap all of the time. Since then I just come running up to her when she comes in the room. I got more snuggly because of Christmas, because everyone held me the whole time and I was safe.
It’s OK if we go there again and we can pretend it’s Christmas.
Sandra The Free Range Super Bunny