How to Keep a Rabbit at Home

Although rabbits usually live outside, they make great pets, and more and more people keep them indoors.

The idea of ​​keeping rabbits at home, like dogs and cats, is not new, but it has become increasingly popular lately. The first to do this was the Americans in the 1980s. In addition, in some countries of the world, such as Sweden, it is too cold for rabbits to be kept in the open air. Rabbits enjoy living indoors, provided that their cage is spacious enough and they receive the necessary load. A cage is indispensable: your pet will need a quiet and peaceful place to relax. Rabbits are easily accustomed to the house and become devoted and faithful companions.

They are very curious, love to play, climb and explore. They like to nap by the fireplace, sleep on the couch opposite the TV and at the feet of the hosts at night.

Keeping rabbits at home is difficult, but interesting. Both you and your rabbit will benefit a lot from this. If you have only one rabbit, provide him with the maximum attention and communication that he needs. Continue reading “How to Keep a Rabbit at Home”


Rabbit for Baby

Rabbit for a child: what you need to know about keeping eared pets

Your child has long been asking to buy him a furry friend, firmly promising that he will take upon himself all the chores associated with caring for him? If the child is not allergic to animal hair, then it is hardly worth refusing him. Living with four-legged friends with children has more advantages than disadvantages, and the most obvious of them is that, taking care of the pet, the child is accustomed to discipline and responsibility. The main thing is to decide which animal is more suitable for your family, and even if it looks like a meek and unpretentious rabbit, first you need to understand all the nuances of its content. Continue reading “Rabbit for Baby”