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Welcome to our page! We do our best to provide to-be and current bunny owners up-to-date info on the best care for their house rabbits. When we adopted our first bunny in 2005, there was almost nothing on the internet to tell us how to care for him. Just in the past few years, information has exploded online, and now it can be confusing! We try to simplify it by posting weekly articles on current issues, daily care, concerns, proper feeding, and other info so you can enjoy your house-bun! If you are just finding us, feel free to look through the older posts also. Please email us if you have any questions! Happy bunnies make happy hearts!
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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Life Lessons I’ve Learned from our Rabbit


Life Lessons I’ve Learned from our Rabbit

Rabbits can teach us humans a thing or two. Not without a certain amount of wisdom did Bunny become the master of our household. Since we’ve had him, I sure have learned a few life lessons. Here are my Top 11:

Too cute to be mad at for sitting on my photography props.
  1. Mustard greens, fennel, kale, chicory, parsnips, dandelions, and collard greens exist. And they are edible.
  2. If you don’t want to do something or interact with someone, just ignore them.They will give up eventually.
  3. Whenever a situation seems sketchy, immediately run and hide. You can think about how appropriate your behavior was once you are safe.
  4. If you want something big, don’t outright ask for it. Instead, ask for a lot of little things at a time that lead up to the big thing. The person in charge can now get used to the idea one step at a time.
  5. If someone wants you to do something, don’t react immediately. Wait a few minutes and it’ll look like it was your idea.
  6. Whatever you do, make sure you look cute doing it. It’ll get you out of any trouble.
  7. You can get overweight from eating too many vegetables. Seriously, you can.

    That’s what happens when you leave your lunch on the floor.


  8. Silent begging is so much more efficient than demanding something in a noisy way.
  9. Mark your territory as your own. Even when no one is around to claim it. Better safe than sorry.
  10. Affection that had to be earned is much more valuable than affection that was given freely.
  11. Always clean up the floor and put items where they belong.
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