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The Case for Rabbits in the Plural

Save two lives instead of only one and your care may also turn out to be twice as easy.

Top 10 Bunny Dangers

As your bunny’s parent, being vigilant will ensure a safe, happy rabbit.
two rabbits in a litter box

Waste and Wisdom

A tale of rabbit poop and recycling/organic gardening.

Physical Design

By becoming familiar with our rabbits’ physical functions and by reading what their bodies tell us, we can use the right preventive care.
rabbit cecotropes in a litterbox

Cecotropes

Cecotropes are special droppings that rabbits consume directly from the anus before digestion. To be […]
wild rabbit nest with healthy babies

Wild Baby Bunnies: Are They Orphaned?

Wild baby bunnies are usually not orphaned. Despite good intentions, attempting to rehabilitate them can be illegal and harmful.

Feeding & Caring For Orphans

Sometimes domestic or wild rabbits are truly orphaned. This document is meant to help in that dire situation.

Gi Stasis – The Silent Killer

It's an all too familiar story. "My bunny stopped eating, and then she just died."

Food & Diet

Adult rabbits need a balanced diet of unlimited hay, fresh greens, and a few pellets.
house rabbit looking antisocial

Socializing the Antisocial Rabbit

Did Sinbad’s socialization subdue his vigorous spirit?
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