As is coming up, a reminder that rabbits are very complex animals with more needs than most realise.

They live 10 or more years, aren't usually big on being cuddled, cost as much as a dog, and need a lot of time, space to run around, and attention. They should allay be kept in pairs at least.

A whopping *75%* of rabbits in the UK are neglected. Please, if thinking of getting a bunny, know what you're getting into or stick with chocolate

@sophia I don't keep them as pets because I'm allergic to everything, they live under the stairs (I think) and pillage my garden.


As an addendum (I don't know if they have this in the UK, but this is a thing in the US) please do not get "Easter Ducks" for your kids.

Ducks are very complex social animals and will require specialized care including an enclosed outdoor pin where predators (Hawks, Raccoons, etc.) cannot attack them.

Every Summer, we have an influx of these "Easter Ducks" dumped off at city parks which hurt the wild Ducks by competing for food and genetic pollution with wild waterfowl.

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