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Wonder why people love rabbits? Here are the top ten reasons rescued rabbits make great pets.

by: Mary E. Cotter, Ed.D., Licensed Educator, Founder of Rabbit Rescue & Rehab, and chapter manager of the NYC-Metro House Rabbit Society -and- Mary Lempert is the founder and manager of The Rabbit Advocate. She has served as a rabbit behavior and rehabilitation consultant for the House Rabbit Society, House Rabbit Network, and the MSPCA in Massachusetts and, most recently, …

Most rabbit-parents know that rabbits are not cheap pets, but there are several easy ways to reduce the costs of their daily care. Find out how to manage your rabbit expenses more effectively here!

Think you know all about rabbits? Read the top nine myths about rabbits that many people believe to be true.

Giving a pet as a holiday gift can be the ultimate gift or the ultimate nightmare. Check out this information to help you decide whether or not it’s a good idea for your situation.

Proper nutrition is essential for good health. Learn the basics you need to know about feeding your rabbit.

Rabbits can be leash trained for specific purposes, although they will get more exercise from free-roaming playtime. Learn more about leash training rabbits here.

A “rabbitat” is a safe, behaviorally enriching outdoor environment where displaced and rescued rabbits can live in groups and pursue their innate desire to dig. Learn more about rabbitats here.

Blind rabbits may need a little more extra care than seeing rabbits. Learn how to keep a blind rabbit comfortable and happy here!

Homeless rabbits have become a huge issue. If you need to give up your rabbit, check out some tips for finding a safe home for your friend.