Hello Bunny People! Here I am, visiting my friends at our local rabbit-savvy vet's office, The North Alabama Cat and Bird Clinic in Hartselle, AL (and Ellen, you look mahvelous!) Did you know bunnies need to have regular vet check ups just like cats and dogs?
There is so much to learn about taking care of your bunny, and I know that many of you have questions about all sorts of issues. I am going to be working my little paws off in the next few weeks to write lots of blog posts about caring for your rabbit, but until then I'm going to post lots of links to articles I think would be really helpful!
Basic Rabbit Care Sites:
These are awesome places to find out about rabbit care!
We just love the folks at My House Rabbit:
Some rabbit health articles:
The awesome bunnyhugga folks!
Here is the Bunny Food Pyramid!
Great basic articles on feeding:
An awesome article about hay! http://myhouserabbit.com/rabbit-care/hay-for-rabbits-the-basis-for-a-healthy-diet/
And here is the San Diego House Rabbit Society's Diet links:(thank you San Diego House Rabbit Society! I am sending you nose bonks!):
This article from the San Diego House rabbit Society shows exactly how to set up your bunny's box:
Great Article with all kinds of housing ideas! https://bunnyapproved.com/indoor-rabbit-housing/
This is such a detailed article - I love it! From Binky Bunny:
And here is a WHOLE WEBSITE on bunnyproofing! WOW! http://bunnyproof.com
A great article from the Georgia House Rabbit Society - very good step by step with explanations of the process: http://houserabbitga.com/bonding-guide/
Scroll down - this article has links to good videos! http://wabbitwiki.com/wiki/Bonding_rabbits_together
Good Basic Info:
More Good Basic Info:
And Even More Good Basic Info (because you can never get enough info on bonding!):
A very nice article from rabbit expert Dana Krempels:
A whole website with info about caring for a disabled rabbit!
If you need wonderful bedding for your disabled bunny, may we suggest a fleece rugs from our friends at The Cozy Cavy?
Great article from HopperHome on disabled bunnies: