Bunny A and Bunny B set out at 2 p.m. from the same point, headed in the same direction. The average speed of Bunny A is 30 mph slower than twice the speed of Bunny B. In two hours, Bunny A is 20 miles ahead of Bunny B. Find the rate of Bunny A.
Okay, thankfully we don't actually need to figure out the answer, but all of us here at 4 Lil Pigs n Buns have sure done a lot of driving this past week! Sarah and Amber made one of the fairly regular critter transfer trips between Port Charlotte & Brandon. Luckily Sarasota makes a good meeting point! We got Layla the ferret and Snowflake the bunny in from Suncoast Humane Society along with two skinny pigs from a private surrender. All came from the Port Charlotte area and needed to travel north to their respective foster homes.
Aside from this trip, we had some extra travel during the week. We actually had space open up for 2 bunnies from the north Florida rescue that is shutting down. Stefanie's boyfriend (who is officially a bunny hero!) was traveling to Tampa from Atlanta this past Friday evening. He didn't make it to Jennings until midnight, but luckily Jerry was able to meet him off of I-75 with the two buns. So a huge shout-out to Jack for turning his car into a bunny-mobile!
|Thank you Jack! Here he is holding the new little lionhead! Bunny hero!|
That's not all the travel this week! The Global Pet Expo was held in Orlando this past week, and we were contacted by American Pet Diner, who had a booth at the Expo. They offered to donate all of their remaining merchandise to us if we could pick it up in Orlando by 5:00 on Friday! Well, we certainly couldn't pass THAT offer up, so Ally & family and Amber made the trip to Orlando to pick up the items. After a bit of a fiasco gaining entrance to the convention center, they were able to load the cars up chock-full of supplies! APD even donated the wire display rack and other furniture. Another HUGE thank you to American Pet Diner!! What an AMAZING donation.
|Barely fit it all!|
In other news, we've had some adoptions this week! Milo went home with his new family last weekend, Nutmeg went to a foster-to-adopt home, Suki & Momo went to a foster-to-adopt home, Snowflake met someone who is VERY interested in her once she recovers completely from her spay and ear mites, and our little guinea pig Scar, who has been waiting for a home for 2 years, finally went to his forever home!!
|Scar FINALLY found a loving home!|