Humphrey Houdini our Giant Continental Bucks Bunny Escape Artist!

by Shelley
(West Raynham, Norfolk, UK)

Humphalumph planning his next great escape!

Humphalumph planning his next great escape!

'Humphalumph' as we affectionately like to call our little bunny monster, is the worlds most notorious escape artist!


He escapes from both his hutch and our secure garden on a regular basis, and it can take up to and over four or more people to catch him - good thing the neighbors know who he is eh?!

Humphalumph also likes to scare the delivery personnel and strangers, by popping up out of nowhere, quite hilarious to see! Especially when he does it with the "I-am-oh-so-innocent" look on his face!

Now, I hear you cry, how does our Houdini do it? Well, from his hutch he pulls the bar out from the lock, releasing the top doors and jumps down - thankfully this is not often and he can't go far as it only lets him into the garden! He has only done this a couple of times!

With regards to the escaping the garden, he is very intelligent - he plots and schemes and waits for his chance to dart out of the open gate! He has also jumped the fence at one point, he uses the trampoline that we have for our child - which again is hilarious to watch - a bouncing bunny!

Humphalumph is now in his fourth year of life and we would not exchange him for the world, he is full of personality and life and loves the ladies (& hates the men)!

So be warned - we have a Giant Continental and we're not afraid to use it!




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Apr 15, 2015
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Thank you
by: Patrica W. Sexton

I enjoy seeing websites that understand the value of providing a prime resource for free. I truly loved reading your post.

Mar 12, 2015
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Safe Journey Humphalumph
by: Kerry

Shelly, So sorry to hear about the loss of your wonderful Humphalumph.

I'm sure you are still missing him madly.

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

I'm smiling at the thought of him happy and on his way over the rainbow bridge.

Kerry
x

Mar 05, 2015
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Humphalumph
by: Shelley

I'm sorry to say that on Sunday morning our dear Humphalumph past away, he is now resting under a lovely bamboo bush. Xx

Apr 22, 2014
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conti giants
by: andy

if you breed a french lop giant x conti and a giant conti will the babys be full conti's from it

Apr 02, 2014
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fabulous
by: Wolfie

My white Dutch dwarf used to be exactly the same. Some just have the 'Houdini' gene x

Apr 02, 2014
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Funny Bunny
by: Kerry

Great story - I love the bit about him jumping out on people.

I used to have a Dwarf lop that always waited with one eye on the back gate waiting to pounce out when you tried to negotiate coming through quickly with your arms full of shopping.

Cheeky little beggars aren't they. Well, in your case 'big' beggars lol.

He's gorgeous - thanks for sharing!

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