Bunnies are very cute! Research before adding a cute little bunny to your family, so your new cute furry friend doesn’t end up in a shelter. Will the pet be a good fit for your humans and other pets? Do you have a proper habitat? Do you have the finances? How old are your children? 🙂 –Paula
Next weekend we celebrate Easter! For those of you who are not Christian, it’s a holiday that celebrates Christ’s resurrection.
Some of the traditions associated with the celebration of this holiday include sunrise church services, the hunting of colorful eggs, and children receiving gifts from the Easter Bunny (kinda like Santa but with a smaller budget).
And sometimes children receive baby bunnies as gifts on Easter.
If you plan to give a bunny to a child this Easter, here are some things to consider.
Rabbits can live up to ten years, and require as much care as a dog or cat. If you aren’t willing to provide that care, a bunny isn’t right for you.
Rabbits don’t typically get along well with children, especially young children. Poking at rabbits or trying to cuddle them may be rewarded with a bite.
Bunnies who are not spayed or neutered will mark their territory with…
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