A Natural History of House Rab...

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The first evidence of rabbits dates back to the Pliocene era (10 million years ago) in France. By the beginning of the Pleistocene 8...

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Tools of the Trade

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Fortunately we will never fully understand the depths of the rabbit psyche. The mysteries will remain. However, there are a few basic...

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Every Little Thing She Does

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Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is a fashionable diagnosis in these information-saturated times. Like popular maladies of earlier...

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How to Achieve Perfection

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We don’t seem to expect perfection in humans, but for some reason, we expect it instantly in animals. The paradox is that when...

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Honorary Rabbit

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In an earlier issue (HRJ Vol. I., No. 5), we covered basic rabbit vocabulary-the body language, actions, and vocalizations that will...

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Rick, Fred and PJ

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Rick’s interest in siamese cats switched to rabbits several years ago when he visited the House Rabbit Society in Alameda. A...

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Good Things Come to Those Who ...

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HERE HE SAT, a small black bunny, dark eyes bulging in terror, at the noisy intake desk of the SPCA. My heart went out to him, of...

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Kingdoms Large and Small

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He bit me!” The voice on the phone complained. I was just standing in the doorway, when he came over and bit my...

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Life with an Aloof Rabbit

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To celebrate the publication of The House Rabbit Handbook, a party was given for all the (human) contributors. When rabbit-people get...

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Lap Rabbits

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I found this next to a delicately nibbled copy of the Winter 1994 HRJ. Perhaps it (or an edited version of it) would interest your...

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Beyond Petting

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As someone whose life is filled with fur-covered creatures, no one could mistake me for the non-petting type. This is not a treatise...

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Willingly Useful

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It seemed a beautiful line in the movie “City of Joy,” spoken by an Indian woman after assisting an American doctor with a...

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