He is NOT an Easter Bunny.
He is a 10-year committement.
He is a living creature.
He is not disposable.
You do not get rid of him when:
– the kids get bored with him
– you get tired of caring for him
– he causes “problems” around the house
If any of the above could apply to you, you have much better options!
Adorable, huggable, and she will not make any messes.
Delicious, and he will completely disappear.
Unless you only eat the ears.
If you have put serious thought and a lot of research into bringing a rabbit into your home, then by all means pursue that impulse. Please consider adopting from a shelter or rescue instead of buying from a pet store or a breeder. But if you’re just looking for a cute and fun present for the kids, do not get a living rabbit. People frequently dump their Easter Bunny outside after the thrill has worn off.
Do you know what happens to rabbits set “free” outside?
Edit: If you’re considering a live rabbit as an Easter gift, please click on both thumbnails below. If you’re not considering a live rabbit as an Easter gift, stop reading here. Even as thumbnails, the photographs are disturbing.