Ray writes a eulogy for Frank. He tells the story of how he saw Frank petting his bunny we he was a kid. Frank goes berserk.
Bottom line: Do your research before adding a bunny to your family! While it’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of getting a pet rabbit, it’s important to first assess whether or not you can truly provide a good forever home to a bunny.
I have a new bunny, a Holland lop, a male. I rescued him from a petting zoo because of his sweet temperament and seeing how the children were allowed to treat him, and the others there. I loved him at first sight. Yes, I’ve had several bunnies in my life, but find your information here so enlightening, and just love it all.
Bring your pet for a photo with the Bunny!
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Spring is in the air and that means Easter isn’t far behind! In fact, the Easter Bunny is stopping by PetSmart locations around the country for a special photo opportunity. On Saturday, April 8 from noon to 4 p.m. local time, get a free at all participating PetSmart locations.Something that is even more tragic, as far as I am concerned is that these folks are missing out on the true joys of having a pet rabbit. If you are not able to get close enough to your bunny to pet him or groom him, you are really not bonding with your pet. Rabbits show each other love through grooming and if you want to tell your rabbit that you love him in his own language, that involves petting and grooming him, just as you would any dog or cat.The Easter Fun For Every Bunny event hosted by PetSmart includes a free photo of your pet, plus a CritterTrail Scavenger Hunt, according to the . Or, if you’re looking for a new fur friend in your life, the event might be the perfect opportunity to add a pet to your family. The holiday events are all free and the entire family is invited to come and enjoy the festivities.Learn how to pet your bunny. Do not rub him on the butt or lower back. That is an insult in bunny language. Rabbits do not like having their chins or underneath their heads pet. In their language you are telling them that you are the boss of them and are threatening them when you do this. Not a way to make friends. Some rabbits will tolerate, but most will become quite annoyed by any continued attempts to get underneath them in any way.