Like any creature ,bunnies need attention and socialization to become calm and tamed. A animal born in a wire cage and alone all the time is not cuddly, specially after 6 weeks. Baby bunnies are not for every body, they require time, attention, grooming and need a lot of rest. They don't do well with small children and they are very fragile.
I recommend adopting two siblings ,if this is your first rabbit, choose the ones that are more like you, sociable, shy, extroverted or whatever matches your personality,don't just buy a bunny because is cute, they grow fast and really requires your love and attention. Many breeders will try to hurry a baby out before 6 weeks because they are easier to sell before that age. However a rabbit is not for everyone, you should know that they require 10-12 yrs. commitment, vet care and bunny sitters during your vacation time! and yes they need to be spayed or neutered for health and behavior reasons.
Rabbits need a lot more then temporary homes. they need a loving family that cares more then just for their looks while young, research before adopting.
When adopting a rabbit is best to make sure they have developed their personality without their dam, waiting until they are fully weaned and prepared to live on their own is a must. Two are better then one.
Another think to consider is space, rabbits should not be locked up all day inside a cage, they need freedom to move around for hours! Are you ready for adoption?
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