Behavior

Bunny Myths Busted

By Emily Cassell 

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Rabbits require much more care than has been described [in this article]. Their physical needs are large for their size. Their dietary needs are expensive and labor-intensive. Rabbits are stronger, smarter, and more mischievous than could ever be conceived for their size, and they can be incredibly destructive. They can be ridiculously loud for being largely non-vocal. Rabbits are highly social, and lack of a friend, whether it be another rabbit or a person, can lead to problem behavior and potentially even health problems. Rabbits are small, but can make a huge mess. Where dog and cat owners live with the reality of hair everywhere, rabbit owners deal with hay all over the place. If one is looking for a low-maintenance pet, a houseplant is an excellent choice. Read article


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