Friendly Mr. Bunny!

March 21, 2009 at 6:23 pm

Check out this dude! Happy hoppy Mr. Bunny is SUCH a good Rabbit! He is friendly, gentle, and loves to be petted. He is quite inquisitive and would make a fun and wonderful pet for anyone! Even if you’ve never thought of having a rabbit as a pet before, it is something you should consider. Bunnies love to interact with people and become very familiar with the person who takes care of them, just like a cat or a dog. Rabbits are quiet and do not vocalize (unless they are very afraid or in pain, which we hope never happens!). They can be litter box-trained, just like a cat! Many people, after sufficiently rabbit-proofing their home, let their rabbits have (supervised!) run of the home! Bunnies are very rewarding and interactive pets, and there is a lot of fun to be had with them. Consider a rabbit as a pet, and come meet our gentle giant here in the store!

This is our beautiful black rabbit. He spends some of his time in the puppy playpen. He has his own cardboard rabbit house, towels, toys, and I gave him these sprouted seeds on Friday. :) Click on the pictures to see a larger version!

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~Sara

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