Domestic rabbits live on average 7-11 or 8-12 years depending on the source of your information, the breed (larger rabbits have shorter lives), genetics, and lifestyle of the bunny. I always use the 8-12 year range to quote to people in the hope they’ll understand the long term promise they’ll be making when they say: “Yes, let’s take that one home.”
I'm not quite sure if this is an actual courtship ritual or just an early middle school dance for fowl who flirt at flirting but still find the opposite sex kind of icky.
Today I am mad at Adam and Eve. If they hadn’t screwed up I would be a happy, skinny vegetarian living in endless health along with my pets and human loves.
"In the company of the animals they really love, a) all people are much more likeable, and b) people are much nicer to the humans around them."
“...it can be the most rewarding thing to give someone a second chance at a happy life." ~From Finally Home~” ― Elizabeth Parker . . We visited the Flemish Giants at MSPCA Nevins Farm in Methuen. The 14 baby rabbits and their 3 parents, surrendered after a misguided attempt at Easter rabbit sales (UGH!), held court in… Continue reading Hopping Down the Bunny Trail – Moving Toward Rabbit Adoption Pt 1
"I don't think it's necessarily healthy to go into relationships as a needy person. Better to go in with a full deck." Anjelica Huston
“Think the next step ahead. Seemingly random disasters are not always unpredictable.”
"I made a difference for that one."
First thing Easter morning and I wasn’t thinking of the glory of the day, I was applying considerable restraint to stem the stream of profanity that threatened to come spewing out in the direction of the bunny I usually love.