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sarahthegemini
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I also get the comments about how delicious rabbits are and how I should make mine into stew  People are also really surprised to hear they are free roam, when I mention how they’re probably getting into mischief, people always say “oh you let them run around when you’re not there?” To me, it’s a no-brainer to do that so long as it’s safe but ‘normal pet’ people don’t understand. 

I just describe my rabbits as cheeky little baby animals (even tho they’re 5 months now!) They’re affectionate, mischievous, playful and so fun to watch. Watching them run around and binky is one of the greatest sights you’ll ever see in my opinion! I truly think a happy rabbit is an absolute joy to watch! 

More specifically, Peanut can be described as timid, shy, inquisitive and cheeky. Buttercup is an absolute monster who thrives on being told off lol she’s cheeky, playful and loves human attention. So much! Buttercup really brings out the confidence in Peanut (I’m in the process of bonding right now)

Overall, I think people who don’t own rabbits don’t understand how wonderful they are. And unfortunately those people think rabbits are boring cage animals. They’ll never get the joy of having a pet rabbit, it’s their loss,

I think that’s why people here are such advocates for keeping bunnies indoors – not only for their safety but because you can really see their personalities shine and they just thrive. Given the chance, rabbits are fun, funny, mischievous, cheeky little animals.