All About a Good First Pet: The Rabbit
Sensitive and delicate, rabbits aren't low-maintenance pets, but they make wonderful companions for kids and adults alike, and they love to play. This Disney Family.com article gives you the basics about taking care of bunnies.
With Easter right around the corner, pet stores are stocking up on bunnies for sale. Doesn't everyone at one time or another think about buying a bunny for their children at Easter? Many of these bunnies are bought on impulse, without knowing all the responsibility a rabbit requires. Not too long after Easter, many of these bunnies are neglected or taken to local shelters once the novelty wears off. Before buying that cute, fluffy bunny in the window of the pet store, give it some thought. Do you have the time and patience to devote to a rabbit? And did you know that rabbits and young children are usually not a good combination?
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