Oh those ears!
She told ABC News that Wally had to learn to trust her, and he now seeks her out instead of turning his back on her.
With fame comes some drawbacks. Today Wally and Molly posted a photo alerting their followers that a new website bearing their names is not their website. Someone else took the domain and took some of their photos to post there. If I were a bunny, I would be thumping mad about this. Wally is playing it cool though. Wishing you all the best, Wally!
Wally in January 2015, before his unique “haircut.”
A smaller Wally from three months ago. He was already doing impersonations of other animals. Here, his owner states that he’s channeling My Little Pony.
Is Wally really a rabbit?
Wally is also similar to a dragon, don’t you think?
“I want everyone to think my body turned into a DRAGON!” How creative Wally! But your head is facing the wrong way. “MY HEAD IS FACING THE WRONG WAY?! I thought all bunnies’ heads face this way!” I explained to Wally what I meant, but he was already in a state of panic and asked me to put him in his “bunny suitcase” (this is what he calls his travel carrier) so we could go to “Exotics” to have his head looked at. (Rabbits need to be seen by vets who specialize in exotic pet medicine.) Like any other business (for example, “Macy’s” or “Whole Foods”), Wally thinks the vet is just called “Exotics.”
For some reason, this makes me think of Pippi Longstocking.
The debut of “Wallychop.”
Wally is a bunny. He is. He is!
More proof of Wally’s bunnyhood. Only rabbits can eat this adorably.
Someone is trying to steal Wally’s thunder.
“OH NO! wallyandmolly.com IS NOT WALLY’S WEBSITE! Please do not support this website!” Thank you for telling us, Wally. “Who would do that to WALLY?” I guess someone who thinks you’re a very special bunny! “Someone who thinks I’m the BEST BUNNY IN ALL THE LAND?!” Well, I’m not quite sure about THAT, Wally. *Please know that wallyandmolly.com was bought yesterday or Tuesday evening and is not our website. “But no one can rain on Wally’s PARADE!” That’s a good attitude, Wally!