Buy a Shirt, Save a Bun!
Craig and Larissa, Daily Bunny followers and submitters (these snuggling bunnies are theirs), have set out on a mission to help save Los Angeles’s BunnyLuv Rabbit Resource Center, a non-profit offering “education, adoption, care and supplies for domestic rabbits and the humans who love them.” To help raise funds, they’ve designed and have for sale this super-cute tee shirt; 100% of the sale proceeds of each $20 shirt will be donated to BunnyLuv. Craig writes that:
BunnyLuv is a first class organization, rescuing hundreds of homeless rabbits each year while providing rabbit care classes and events for bunny parents in the LA area. There just isn’t another place around like them.
However, the rescue has had a massive increase in bunnies being delivered to them – along with the costs of fixing, feeding, and housing each rabbit. This has put the center under financial strain. This rescue is so important to my wife and I, as well as bunny parents all over LA. It simply cannot be allowed to shut its doors.
We’re making and selling these shirts ourselves to eliminate middle man costs and give the maximum amount of support to bunnies in need.
Shirts can be purchased here for $20.
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Disclaimer: While the Daily Bunny supports this cause (and has indeed purchased a shirt already), we are not otherwise involved with this fundraiser and have no oversight over transactions or the donation of funds. One can also support BunnyLuv by making a donation directly to them or by purchasing supplies from their store (we highly recommend their Critter Castles!).
I casually mentioned my tumblr in class a last week and this really popular girl who kinda disses on me a lot was like “Oh yeah, tumblr! I’m super famous on there, I have like 100 followers, It’s so hard to get them on Tumblr I bet you don’t even have that many.”
"One thousand one hundred and eighty."
"I have one thousand one hundred and eighty followers on tumblr."
My sister has a tumblr account and is always going on about how she “has more followers” than me.
So the other day she was like “I have 50-something followers! Probably a lot more than you have.”
And I’m like “I have 67.” She got so pissed. I felt so accomplished.