How old are you?
Where did your names come from?
What type of bunnies are you?
How did you come to be at your forever home?
Do you have any other siblings? If so how do you all get along?
Were there bunnies at the house before you?
If not what did your parent(s) have to do to make things bunny proof?
Do you have any advice for someone thinking of adopting a bunny?
Do you support any shelters or rescues?
Well….I would say that if you are looking to adopt. Remember this is a new family member. Treat a bunny like you would treat a child. You don’t leave your children outside all day and night…don’t leave your bunny out either! You will need to bunny proof. You can’t love material things too much if you are going to be a bunny parent. I have chairs and walls that have a bunny love chews on them. I have learned to laugh at bunny chew marks. It is just stuff. I can say the love you get back is far more valuable than material stuff. A MUST is connecting with other bunny families.
These two charities are run by two of the most wonderful women I have ever come across. They give their heart and soul to the bunnies. I could only hope to be as a good of a bunny parent/person as they are.
Anything else you would like to add?
Author’s Note: Many thanks to Oreo & Cinnamon’s mom for doing the interview, please visit their facebook page. Pictures were used with permission.This post is a part of the small pets theme. Please click on the badge below for more interviews/articles on small pets.
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