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Indoor Living is Best for Rabbits

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 11, 2024

Before you bring a rabbit home it’s important to think about the quality of life […]

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Ultimate Guide to a Bunny-Friendly Road Trip: Tips and Essentials

By Shana Abé | March 11, 2024

It’s moving day. What do you do about your most fragile, beloved valuable of all, your house rabbit?

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Why You Should Never Abandon a Rabbit Outdoors: The Dangers Explained

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 10, 2024

Never, under any circumstance, abandon a domestic animal outside.

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Pre-Surgical Care For Rabbits

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 10, 2024

Do you know how to prepare your rabbit for spay/neuter or other surgeries? Let’s find out!

Two Rabbits: A Perfect Match or Double Trouble?

By Amy Espie | March 10, 2024

The vast majority of rabbits crave the companionship of at least one of their own kind. We offer the following to help you decide whether a multi-rabbit household is right for you.

Rabbit Sanctuary Group Living

By Margo DeMello | March 10, 2024

Nine years in, my foster home prioritizes space and freedom for 20-25 “unadoptable” rabbits, contrasting with the few caged, adoptable ones awaiting homes.

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Debunking Common Myths About Baby Rabbits, part II

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 10, 2024

Dispelling these myths is vital for potential rabbit adopters. Facts guide good decisions!

Rabbits as Prey

By Shana Abé | March 7, 2024

Rabbits are prey animals. Sometimes we might be lured into forgetting that.

Dear Abandoner: What Every Rescuer Wants You To Know

By Shana Abé | March 7, 2024

Your rabbit is my rabbit now. She wasn’t sick, but she was emaciated and exhausted.

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Why Regular Veterinary Visits are Essential for Rabbit Health

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 6, 2024

Regular checkups are part of preventative health care.

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Why Rabbit Toys Are Crucial: Enhancing Your Bunny’s Well-being and Happiness

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 6, 2024

Play should be a part of your rabbit’s life, in addition to exercise and social interaction.

Essential Bunny Care: Top 10 Tips for New Rabbit Caregivers

By Amy Ramnaraine | March 6, 2024

These ten essential things are exactly what potential adopters need to know before they adopt.

How Meat Bunnies Are Killed

By Margo DeMello | March 6, 2024

Inhumane and brutal are words that describe the slaughter of rabbits for food. Trigger warning: This article describes rabbit slaughter in detail.

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Places to Be

By Amy Espie | March 6, 2024

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Video: How to Clean a Rabbit’s Scent Glands

By Mary Cotter | March 5, 2024

Mary Cotter Mary E. Cotter, M.A., Ed.D., LVT is the founder of the NY-based Rabbit […]

Video: Can you Keep a Wild Rabbit as a Pet?

By Mary Cotter | March 5, 2024

Don’t attempt to keep a wild rabbit as a pet. Know the difference between wild and domestic rabbits.

Bunny Rabbit Photo Gallery

By Our Think Tank | March 3, 2024

Newton and JoJo, two baby rabbits from a hoarding rescue being fostered for SaveaBunny. Photo […]

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EVERYBUNNY

By Our Think Tank | March 3, 2024

Resources for rabbit rescuers, shelters, fosterers, educators. We are here to support you in creating, growing, and managing your rescue program.

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TTouch For Rabbits: A Gentle Way to Better Behavior and Health

By Carolynn Harvey | March 3, 2024

For caregivers, shelter workers and veterinary personnel all over the world, Tellington TTouch plays an integral part in their animal care regime.

Digestibility in the Rabbit Diet

By Marinell Harriman | March 3, 2024

Rabbits have a very round-about, complicated way of getting their food digested.

Rabbits and Exotic Diseases

By Susan Smith | March 3, 2024

Two recent incidents in the media have brought attention to the issue that rabbits, like […]

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Statistics: How Many Pet Rabbits are There in the USA?

By Our Think Tank | March 2, 2024

So how many rabbits (or bunnies) are there in the United States in 2024? Each […]

Rabbits Are Social and Intelligent

By Our Think Tank | March 2, 2024

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Scholarly Research on Rabbit Welfare, Behavior and Housing

By Our Think Tank | February 26, 2024

This article features recent scholarly works on companion rabbit behavior, welfare, and the rabbit-human relationship, […]

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Scholarly Articles and Research on Rabbit Health

By Our Think Tank | February 26, 2024

This article features recent scholarly works on companion rabbit health, commonly known as ‘pet rabbits’ […]

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