Peanut Chew gets a new cage

And boy is it big!

Seen here with his first two cages, notice the evolution of a nut, how size does matter.

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Peanut’s new cage barely fits in the love seat!

Peanut’s first few moments in his cage.

Peanut checking out his new cage.

Peanut was so happy with his new cage he decided to eat hay as soon as he jumped in.

When we first walked into the apartment, Peanut saw the new cage and he immediately looked excited. It took us a few minutes to get it prepared for him and when it was done, we opened the door to the new cage and to his old one and he hopped out and hopped over to the new cage, rubbed his head on it a couple of times (claiming territory) and then hopped right into it. That made us so happy!


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Marcos Cosme has had a love for writing and film since he was little. By combing those two passions, he started studying film early on in Middle School and High School writing screenplays and working in his High School television production studio. When it came time for college he decided to pursue a bachelors in Electronic Film making from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Marcos continues to be an avid watcher of movies and scripted television series, although he does, on occasion, watch some reality shows. He has watched hundreds of movies during the course of his life and has worked in various roles on small independent film projects, including writing, producing and directing. In his spare time Marcos loves to write screenplays, read books, contribute articles, blogs and reviews on various topics including (but obviously not limited to) movies, television, books, and wrestling; just to name a few. He is a Rabbit aficionado (he has a dwarf rabbit named Peanut-who is the logo of Cos' Blog) and is a Golden Retriever connoisseur (he has two Goldens named Cassie and Chloe). He also love to spend time with his wife and as of July of 2015 they welcomed their first child, Miles, who can occasionally be seen on the blog.


  1. actually, the next size up is so big it has two doors (I’m being serious) we almost don’t have room for this current model, so we didn’t get the two door one. If he gets any bigger, we’ll know he really isn’t a dwarf.

  2. lol! He’s actually recently had a small growth spurt and he’s a little longer. But he’s still smaller than a regular rabbit. So he’s like a cross between a dwarf and a regular rabbit.

  3. yeah…about that…we had to have the apartment resized just for him. He actually sleeps in our bed, we sleep in his cage…its really for the best.

  4. We’ve been saving a lot of money on gas. He just hops us to work. We can actually sleep in more because he’s so freaking fast!

    In all seriousness, riding a rabbit like a horse would be so much fun!

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