This site is dedicated to discovering tips & tricks for living with house rabbits!
I was a broadcast writer/producer who got swept up in my love for bunnies many years ago. My interest in rabbits led me to soak up everything rabbit related. I've attended many rabbit health and behavior classes & workshops taught by vets, rabbit experts, and behaviorist. I've spent many years learning and researching through informative links, great books, years of volunteer work with SaveABunny, years as a rabbit board community leader for iVillage.com before I started BB forum, and countless hours of observation.
After volunteering for years, I witnessed first hand how many amazing bunnies were given up. (And in some cases, if a shelter is overcrowded, a bunny will be at risk for euthanasia). It is sad to see this especially when it can been so easily avoided. Because of what I witnessed, I want to do my part to to help owners understand that there are solutions for many of the reasons rabbits are given up - And that's how BinkyBunny.com came to be. There will always be the breeders vs rescue debate, but our focus on this site is on the individual owner only. Regardless of where someone gets their bunny, our goal is to help them stick with the commitment they made or are about to make, and find solutions to many of the challenges that may come with having a rabbit companion....and to help them appreciate and discover the joy of unique rabbityness.
What works for one rabbit may be totally off base with another. Finding solutions usually comes from combining all that we've learned with trial and error. So come explore the site, and check out our forum -- where you see plenty of trial and error moments through toy selection, challenging bonding, litterbox training, and more.
So c'mon in, explore and share; We'll learn together.
All with one goal in mind...BINKY BUNNIES!
NOTE: This is a house rabbit community. We are focused on non-breeding rabbits who live inside of the home. Diet, care and advice will cater to this kind of arrangement. Rabbits that live outside, and/or are breeding may have different care and nutritional needs.