Dear Ornithorhynchus anatinus,
Another year is almost passed. I both greet the fact and regret the passing as it makes one another year toward the inevitable.
I have watched with interest to see if you would act upon my recommendation of genetic testing and DNA transformation.
I’ve seen no evidence of such. I’m sure I would have if you had. I’m still urging you to consider such. I feel it is in your best interest to join the predominant method of reproduction.
Yes. I do understand your feelings of gaudily decorated eggs. I do. I’m inclined to agree with you on that score, but eggs from a mammalian of a rabbits proclivity to mate and reproduce is nothing to sneeze at.
I also understand how bloody awful live birth is for most, it should be pointed out the advantages of incubation isn’t as tiresome as sitting upon nests while fleas and other small critters crawl about ones body and feeds upon ones skin.
Regardless, I note that you are not on any endangered species lists and we have this screwy rabbit running about taunting the general population.
My best regards, and please consider join the more successful species in live births. I’m sure science can assist you in a painless DNA transformation. The marshmallows and gummy bears in the attached basket are my gift to you on the much celebrated day of death. I know you enjoy them.
From the reaches,