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I'm with ya all! Though there are some rare occasions where a bunny actually likes going into water, for the majority, this is not something a rabbit will choose to do. And I agree 100% with Serpigo. (WELCOME TO BINKYBUNNY by the way.) It can actually be dangerous for a rabbit. I mean even full baths are not recommended because of the "shock" factor, and even when spot cleaning, you keep the water luke warm. So now these people are putting their bunny in a pool?
Amazing how people, even grown adults, are so....eh, what word should I use here....let's see..."impressionable" they are. And I feel like MooBunnay does. I fear that these "impressionable" people see the commercial and say, "hey, yeah, cool, didn't know bunnies could swim, let's see if Thumper can"
i havent seen this advert but i bet it shows up on youtube some day another thing adverts and tv programs influence people think about it
ninja turtles came out -terripins were solded to all the fars and a great demand most of them ended up being unwanted or abandoned
easter- people dash out to buy rabbits for their kids or freinds resulting in more unwanted pets
i worked in a selter and this guy came in looking for a dog he had saw in a tv program =S i was like wahh he like i want a look alike i didnt know wat to say i asked him if the dog bites but luks like it will u still want it he like yeah he confused me