Things to Consider before Adopting a Bunny

Updated: Apr 25



Things to Think About Before Adopting

  • Rabbits are a 10+ Year Commitment

  • Bunnies need to room to Hop & Play, they are not happy in small cages. *If your bunny is not able to free roam, we recommend 6 hopping distances for their enclosed space, with daily playtime.

  • Bunnies require an annual wellness exam and are healthier and make much better pets when they spayed or neutered. Bunnies require an exotic vet.

  • Bunnies are curious and can be destructive so it is important to bunny-proof your home. *Wrap/Protect your wires/cables so your bunny doesn't get electrocuted.

  • Bunnies are prey animals, most bunnies do not like to be picked up or carried.

  • Bunnies are capable of being litter-trained, however, they do have a few stray poops from time to time.

  • Many products are marketed toward bunny owners even though they are not healthy. Please educate yourself on what to feed and what not to feed your bunny.





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