Pets are perfect,just the way they are,now their are two type of pet owner: 1) those who makes a rabbit as much a part of the family as possible and 2) those who are initially excited at the prospect but soon sour of it when the novelty wears thin,with the relationship deteriorating into little more the daily feedings,refilling water bottles and weekly cage cleaning as a result.
Unless you are educated and prepared for a hands-on bond with one,you probably should stuck to a pet gold fish.
The more you allow your bunny to. e part of your life,like letting him investigate your feet as you read your morning news,the more he will bond the less skittish and surly he will be.
Don't buy a bunny because your child wants one and swears to care for it forever.....You have to want one to. and most definetely do not buy one that haven't received potty lessons from infancy,because they simply don't belong indoors.
Lo al libraries offer a variety of free book about ra bits and many websites provides valuable information,do not buy on impulse. Do your study and if after all you choose a bunny is right for you,hop to it.
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