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I know it's a hard decision - Whatever you decide is best, you are welcome to come back here. I bet you have learned a lot about rabbits and can even help some other newcomers out when they arrive. If you decide to get a rabbit, you'll be able to let them know all the changes that happened. IF you decided not to get a rabbit right now, again, you can say that after researching and learning, this is why.... and those will be just as valuable.
I'm not sure what the volunteer age is as some of your local rescues are. I know some here are 14, while others are 16. There might even be summer camp, workshops or class type of stuff that involve animals.
We look forward to hearing your update. No hurries, take your time. We're not going anywhere.
Hey sweetie, it's a lot to swallow, I know and I'm sorry if it seemed a bit overwhelming. Most of us with bunnies are out of school and have our regular 9-5 jobs and "ahem" boring lives. LOL So we're home at regular times and can prvoide a steady pattern that makes most animals more comfy and at ease. Bunnies are funny that way, plus they are senstive to and pick up on emotions quite easily.
I'm the last person that doesn't want to see a bunny adopted but it is a huge step and one worth mulling over before taking the leap. Please let us know, and you are more than welcome to to keep posting here whether you get a bunny or not.