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It is not okay to give your bunny a bath, they can go into shock or get very sick. If you keep your rabbit’s living area clean, they should never need a bath. IF for some reason, your rabbit absolutely needs one, you should consult your vet to have them do it. Please share this poster.
Spooky and Scully are both free range house bunnies, which means they don’t have a cage. Bunnies are much happier and more content when not kept in a small cage. They are meant to be able to run and play in your house just like cats and dogs! Just make sure you bunny proof beforehand!
Inspired by the BBC News Article on Rabbits
Make sure you always have hay out for your bunnies! Its the most important part of their diet. Adult rabbits need fresh timothy hay, and alfalfa hay is good for growing buns up to 6 months of age, but is too high in calcium and fats for adult buns.
Please watch what you feed your bunnies! They can not digest “yogurt drops, candy coated peanuts or donuts.” It will make them very sick. Not all “treats” in the pet stores are good for your pets. Do your research! You are always welcome to message us to ask any questions. Share this with your friends that have rabbits!
Rabbits are social animals that benefit from living in pairs or groups. Despite the need to live with another rabbit, you cannot just put two rabbits in a cage and expect them to immediately get along. Rabbits, like humans, must date first. During their courtship, the rabbits learn to trust each other and eventually fall in love. Rabbit dating is referred to as bonding. Sometimes it is short and easy, but other times it can be long and rough. It took Spooky and Scully an entire year to bond with each other.
Wire flooring in a rabbit cage is not good for your rabbit’s feet. Their feet are delicate and do not have pads on them like dogs or cats do. Long exposures to the wire flooring can cause sore hocks. If you must use a wire cage, please give your rabbit a soft area to rest their paws.