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Hello Everyone,

<<I am not good at English, this message got big help by my friend
   who lives in USA>>

Thanks for visiting my Japanese website. This is a site devoted to me and
my rabbit, Oolong. I built this site mainly for Japanese rabbit lovers, but
realize that I have a lot of international visitors who are curious about me
and Oolong, judging from the thousands of hits I receive daily and many
e-mails written in English from all over the world.

Oolong is 7 years old and was born in an outdoor rabbit group in a park in
Hokkaido. Hokkaido is the northern-most island in Japan. He is a tough,
healthy rabbit since he had a wildlike childhood. Recently, however,
he has developed abcesses on his cheek, and has had to undergo two surgeries
last spring. It doesn't still fully recovered, but is getting well now.

I want to reassure everyone out there about the nature of my site. This is
a site to demonstrate the natural days of Oolong and me. Period. To my
surprise, I realize that this site has been spread around some American chat
forums and/or passed around as office humor. I am really surprised at the
number of visitors that come to my site, but I hope no one misunderstands
the nature of my site. Some visitors have written me e-mails, accusing me of
being cruel to my rabbit and that I am abusing my pet. This was never my
intention when I included numerous links to photographs, showing Oolong's
unique ability to hold objects on his head. This is not a site to mock
rabbits, or demonstrate animal abuse. I'm sure you understand it if you see
whole my site.

Oolong is so calm and patient -- he never gets angry when I take pictures of
him. When I put various objects on his head, he stays still for a minute.
This is just a result of an intimate relationship between me and Oolong.
The main theme of my site is not to show these 'headperformance' links,
and it's not my hope to propagandize nothing but the strangeness of his
headperformance over the world. Oolong's headperformance-- many foreigners
seem to feel it 'crazy', but Japanese people feel it just cute and funny.
It is the difference of international feeling.

I'm sorry I can't make a special English edition of my website, but I don't
have enough time to translate everything on the site. However, if you roll
over the photographs with your mouse, you can see pop-up captions in
English. Please use Internet Explorer to view this. 

Anyway, thank you for checking out my site and I'm so happy that so many
people all over the world have come to love Oolong. 

Thank you and take care!

Oolong's owner

Hello, I'm Oolong.