SHE (@shhhjust_c) took me to the vet today; had me stuck in that nasty traffic - I am definitely over SHE!
Unfortunately, there was only 2 issues addressed from this “check-up”: WEIGHT = 1.8LBS and SPAYING = Due at 6 months
*when the #vettech gives the SAME info as the actually #vet, maybe we’ll have to reconsider a new #vet
1 7an hour ago
Thank you dear @tiffoco for your lovely card! 💕 Happy Holidays!
Rabbits are not starter pets or gifts! As cute as a bunny is, they need a lot more care than a dog or cat does. They require daily food, fresh clean water, weekly cage cleaning and lots of love.
Kids should never have the sole responsibility of caring for rabbits.
They have a life time commitment. Most domestic rabbits can live 10 plus years. They need daily exercise and time out of the cage.
Spay or neuter. Un-neutered male rabbits are prone to testicular cancer and un-spayed females have a 80 percent chance of developing uterine or other reproductive cancers.
And since we all know the phrase "multiply like rabbits," you'd be wise to neuter and spay your rabbit, or you could be very quickly outnumbered!
It’s important the vet is an "exotic" veterinarian. Rabbits are considered an "exotic" pet (as are birds, reptiles, chinchillas and ferrets), and not all veterinarians treat them.
Do your research to see if there are vets near you who treat rabbits. Local animal shelters and rabbit rescue organizations can help you find one. — #mrbeansfriends#bunny#bunnies#bunniesworldwide#bunniesofinstagram#rabbit#rabbits#rabbitsworldwide#rabbitsofinstagram#lovebunnyinsta#pets#petbunny#petsarenotdisposable#petsarenotgifts#rabbitsarenottoys#smallpetselect
On the Twelfth day of Bunmas my true love gave to me:
1 Flemish Giant sleeping
2 Holland Lops hopping
3 Californians chewing carpet
4 English Lops thumping
5 Mini & Standard Rex’s cuddling
6 Dutch’s zooming
7 Netherland Dwarfs giving the stink eye
8 Mini Lops eating cords
9 Polish grooming
10 Tans bonding
11 Angoras Binkying
12 Lionheads munching