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Do Not Get a Bunny as a Pet...
bad idea.
(Bunny) Rabbit in different tongues.

Here's why not to get a bunny:
A bunny is messy.
A bunny is afraid of kids.
A bunny is expensive to feed.
A bunny is not happy living in a cage.
A bunny marks its territory with urine.
A bunny is high maintenance.
A bunny poops outside of its litterbox.
A bunny can not vomit.
A bunny needs to be combed.
A bunny does not like to be bathed.
A bunny will chew anything.
A bunny will sometimes get a poopy butt.
A bunny has to be spayed or neutered.
A bunny will drop soft poop all over the place.
A bunny does not like hot days.
A bunny can die from some plants.
A bunny is boring in a cage. You bored yet?
A bunny may hate its mate.
A bunny will live a long time.
A bunny needs its nails clipped.
A bunny may be eaten by your dog.
A bunny will make you vacuum every day.
A bunny will grow in size.
A bunny eats hay. Got hay fever?
A bunny does not know how to swim.
A bunny will bite.
A bunny will get fleas.
A bunny will get grumpy.
A bunny needs attention.
A bunny is very destructive.
A bunny does not like to be hugged.
A bunny will need its litterbox cleaned.
A bunny can die from too much fur in its stomach.
A bunny does not like to drink from a water bottle.
A bunny bought from a pet shop will most likely be diseased.
A bunny will not survive in the wild, if you decide to get rid of it there.
A bunny will grow long teeth, if they don't chew something to grind them down.


Do not buy a bunny as a gift!
Do not buy a bunny at Easter!
Do not buy a bunny from a breeder!
Do not buy a bunny from a pet shop!

 

 

You can't say, you haven't been warned...

 

 

Bunnies make the best pets!


Still Life of Robbie-Rah, Bonnie Bunnie, and Honey Bunny (freeze dried pets of Candace & Steve).

From:
May 2004
America's 100 Best New Discoveries

Best Hip New Pet

If you've got a sense of humor, then go with a rabbit. "It's like having a cartoon character come to life, with all the chaotic potential this implies," says Bob Tarte, author of Enslaved by Ducks, a tale of life in rural Michigan. Give 'em the run of the house. Just have lots of chewables and hide the live wires, which rabbits like to gnaw. Your bunny will purr like a cat, fetch like a dog, and kiss like your sweetie. And watch the whiskers.

 

 

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To All Visitors:
Candace & Steve do accept and appreciate bunny gifts.
(And flowers, vegetables, postage stamps!)
PLEASE DO NOT BRING THEM A REAL BUNNY FOR A GIFT!
 

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