Rabbits and Easter Don’t Mix

Rabbits should never be given as Easter gifts. Rabbits are a 10 year commitment. They are not starter pets nor do they make the best pet for young children. Rabbits require specialized care and should only be housed indoors. They need to see Certified Exotic Veterinarians which are more costly. Rabbits require more care than a dog or a cat. While rabbits look cute and cuddly they like all fours on the floor. They do not like to be picked up and held. They can bite and scratch a child.

95% of rabbits bought at Easter are abandoned at shelters. Skip the litter box chores and clean up and instead buy chocolate or a toy for your child for Easter.

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