Here's Why You Shouldn't Get A Real Bunny For Easter

Easter is coming up, and you are wondering what exactly to put in the basket this year. Well, shelters all over the country are urging parents NOT to get a real bunny. According to Friends of Unwanted Rabbits (FUR), 95% of "Easter Bunnies" do not make it to the age of one.

Rabbits are also very high maintenance and are typically a 10-year committment. Children tend to lose interest in their live, furry friends quickly and then those bunnies, are returned to shelters. The FUR website has some great information on how to care for a rabbit if you are still considering one.

 
 
Maggi Mayfield

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