|Not a Dog or Cat Person, How About a Rabbit as a Pet?|
As a prelude to Easter, Animal Aid is urging Australians who are not dog or cat people, to consider a rabbit as a pet.
Cats and dogs are not the only ones that find themselves in need of Animal Aids assistance, and currently they have a number of rabbits up for adoption, including an adorable black male bunny called Tanny and a cute tan female called Bubbs.
All rabbits adopted from Animal Aid are desexed, microchipped and vaccinated – and ready for a new and loving home.
According to Animal Aid, rabbit care is straightforward but needs to be diligent. Here are their top bunny tips:
"Contrary to popular belief Rabbits are not a low maintenance pet, pet owners need to be diligent with nutrition and their environment," she said. "As in every situation parents need to supervise and monitor all interactions, especially small children, with small animals such as rabbits."
"Rabbits have a lovely nature and are a lot of fun to take care of. You would be hopping mad not to consider one as your pet!"
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