Sunki the Service Animal

Sunki the Service Animal

Thursday, December 19, 2013

Out of this world bunny

Right now up on the moon there is a Chinese rover exploring the surface, the reason I am so interested in this is that the English translation of it's name is "Jade Rabbit". Ever since daddy told me about it I've been cheering for it (for obvious reasons), if the Americans named their Mars rovers something like that I'd cheer those on too.

Yesterday me and daddy went to a Christmas party held by daddy's support worker, it was a nice lunch, and each client goct a gift bag of stuff and a sleeping bag. Most of the stuff in the bag daddy couldn't use (allergies or sensitivity to scents), the one somewhat useful item in the bag was a KOBO Touch eReader. Daddy isn't sure how good an idea the ereader was, you can't do much of anything with it without having a computer and internet (i.e. just to set it up takes a program installed on a computer). Daddy has set his up, but after looking at it, he's not sure how useful it is. The screen is black and white, to get any good books to read on it takes money and a credit card. The new tablet daddy has, is far better, in fact, this post is being written on it. Daddy is considering selling the KOBO and getting something more useful, like tickets for us to go see the Marlies play at the Air Canada Centre next week.


  1. Greetings from a Disapproving Rabbits friend! I was wondering how Sunki's dental work went and found my way here and I'm glad to see that all went well!

    Wishing you peaceful holidays and good health to you and your critters!

  2. Hello,
    I was wondering if you could share with me the process it took for Sunki to become certified as a service bunny? Is he an emotional support animal?
    I hope he improves. My bun loves metacam as well and has been having some episodes of stasis lately. It is stressful when our pets are sick.


  3. With Kobo you can read free books to, like epub books or 'check' books out from the toronto public library. The advantage of a kobo reader versus a tablet is that kobo can last for two weeks on a single charge whereas tablets can't last that long. This is because a kobo screen uses eInk and it isn't backlit like a LCD screen. I hope you keep your kobo touch and explore your options.