They were adopted from the animal shelter. Adopt and save a life.
Can I meet the bunnies in person?
We love and appreciate all our friends but for the safety of our family we do not do personal meetings.
Where are you from?
Our family is from Vancouver, Canada
How do you keep your house so clean?
We sweep and vacuum twice a day (minimum!). The bunnies make a lot of mess
Are your bunnies fixed (spayed or neutered)?
Yes Learn more about the importance of Spaying & Neutering…..
Do they poop and pee everywhere?
Bunnies can be litter box trained. Watch the how to litter train your bunny video.
*****Rabbits will occasional leave territorial droppings even after they are litter box trained and neutered. This is their natural behaviour. They are not cats or dogs, they are bunnies and it’s what they do please respect that.
How did you bond your bunnies?
Please make sure your rabbits are spayed and neutered before attempting to bond. It is very dangerous to put two or more bunnies together without taking the proper bonding protocols. Rabbits are very territorial animals and they will fight. For bonding tips click here.
What do you feed your rabbits?
Per 1 Rabbit (3lbs Rabbit):
- Unlimited Timothy Hay & water all day
- 2 tablespoons (egg size amount) of pellets each per day (1 tablespoon in the morning and 1 tablespoon at dinner time)
- 1 packed cup of rabbit safe veggies at dinner time (Our favourites are: cilantro (coriander), dandelion greens, dill, curly & Italian parsley, romaine & green leaf lettuce, chicory, endive…more rabbit safe veggies click here)
- 1 tablespoon of rabbit safe fruits 2-3 times per week. *Carrots are treats! do not give it to them everyday. It is high in sugar and can cause diarrhea and diabetes.
***For more information on diet/veggie lists click here (very important)