I really don’t think the world appreciates Angora Rabbits enough because this is basically a majestic hopping cotton ball with teeth
Escape to the world of snuggly and cute.
Meet the World’s Smallest Rabbit.
Columbia Basin Pygmy Rabbits are the world’s smallest and among the rarest.
Only had these on twitter before but I thought I’d load them on here. Rabbits!
Sleeping with the babies
Charlotte’s three adorable baby bunnies
Charlotte was abandoned by her owners at pet supply store in November 2009, the store manager gave her to me to take home and then in December 2009, by surprize, she gave birth to three healthy kits: Binki (black & white doe), Squirt (black buck) & Olive (grey agouti dutch doe)
The three kits have since been spayed / neutered & placed as a bonded trio, while Charlotte stayed with me
Please do not breed your pet rabbits. There are many, many pet rabbits that either end up in animal shelters or are set free once they are no longer wanted by their irresponsible owners; sadly, those that are surrendered over to animal shelters are often killed because most shelters do not have the resources or knowledge needed to care for “exotic” pets. Intact rabbits live incredibly stressful lives due to their constant need to reproduce as often as possible & they are also often short-lived due to infections & cancers of the reproductive organs. Please have your bunnies spayed / neutered by a rabbit-savvy veterinarian once he / she reaches the appropriate age as advised by said veterinarian
o Rabbit Care @ House Rabbit Society
o FAQ by HRS @ rabbit.org
o House Rabbit info @ Binky Bunny
o Rabbit-Savvy Veterinarian Listing by HRS @ rabbit.org
o Rabbit Breeding by HRS | o Spay / Neuter Your Rabbit by HRS
Instead of breeding your pet rabbit, causing her the stress of rearing a litter & directly contributing to the overabundance of homeless pets, please consider adopting a shelter / rescue bunny @ Petfinder.com :)
Ōkunoshima (大久野島) is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan in the city of Takehara, Hiroshima Prefecture. It is accessible by ferry from Tadanoumi and Ōmishima. There are campsites, walking trails and places of historical interest on the island. It is often calledUsagi Jima (ウサギ島, “Rabbit Island”) because of the numerous feral rabbits that roam the island; they are rather tame and will approach humans.  
This is especially important this time of year. Rabbit adoptions go up a lot in March and April because of Easter, and people thinking it will be a cute present to give their kids/nieces/nephews/etc., an Easter Bunny. In truth, rabbits as pets, while they are furry and wonderful, are also a lot of work and are often not social in the way dogs are or cats can be. As a result, a lot of these rabbits end up either in outside hutches where they die of exposure or by being eaten, or they are “released into the wild” at a park. Domesticated rabbits cannot live in the wild. They do not have the skills. If you know someone who is thinking about getting a bunny as a present, please make sure they know all this. Buns are the BEST, and so many of them need forever homes, but adopters need to know what they’re getting into.
The League of Buns
We LOVVEEEE Eddy and Marbles @bunnymama