🐰❗️IMPORTANT READ BELOW!❗️🐰 With Easter approaching, we would like to remind you of something that is extremely important to us, and that should be just as important to you too! We take pride in educating pet owners on the proper care and keeping of pets. Easter is a huge time for bunnies, so here is our reminder: •Bunnies can live up to 8-10 years. This means that you have to be COMMITTED to loving and caring for them properly for 8-10 years, NOT just until you get tired of them. •Baby bunnies have extremely fragile skeletons! This means they can be seriously injured very easily by small, inexperienced hands. Please handle baby bunnies, and all bunnies, with care. •Bunnies have teeth that are always growing, so they constantly need items to chew on to help grind them down to proper size. •Because Bunnies are naturally a prey animal, they will act like one. If you approach them too fast, they may run or kick, so just take it slow with them. •Bunnies can become very timid if not socialized properly. Please be sure to take your bunny out for supervised play time for a few hours each day. •Please be sure to “bunny-proof” the area that will be used for play time! Rabbits are huge chewers. They can chew anything from furniture to house plants to electrical cords - which is not only a nuisance to you, but could be harmful to your bunny. •Bunnies typically don’t bite, but they can out of fear or anger. They also have very strong back legs that they can kick you with, and nails that could scratch you. It’s important to keep their nails trimmed, and to start getting their nails trimmed at a young age so they are used to it.
We aren’t trying to talk anyone out of getting a pet bunny by any means. They make awesome pets and are extremely intelligent and inquisitive! They can be litter box trained and can even be trained to do tricks, among lots of other positive things about them. We are only trying to educate the public on just what owning a bunny is all about, in hopes that they don’t end up without a home due to no fault of their own. 🐰 Thank you for reading! 🐰