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Mary Lempert’s rabbit Graysie practices her “I’m listening” pose. 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, for the Almost Home Humane Society in Lafayette, IN. She lives in West Lafayette, …

March is Adopt-A-Rescued-Guinea Pig Month. To celebrate, we’re holding a live Q&A about small mammal adoption and care on our Facebook page Wednesday, March 28, from 12-2 p.m. ET! Lisa Hutcheon, director of Canada’s Small Animal Rescue Society of BC, is joining us to answer your questions. Photo: Small Animal Rescue Society of BC in Burnaby, British Columbia How to …

Hop to adopt and help us celebrate Adopt-A-Rescued-Rabbit Month! Ever wonder what is involved in caring for a rabbit? Whether to adopt one bun or two? Or just what DOES your bunny’s behavior mean?? Well, join us and Ask the Expert as we host a very special Rabbit Adoption and Care live Q&A! On Thursday, February 28th, form 12:00- 1:00 …

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Mario, my Chunky Monkey bunny

by Sandra, guest contributor, Mario's biped • Sep 16 , 2013

Mario has slowed down a little over the nine years we’ve spent together. However I have plenty of great tales to tell of his energetic exploits when he was younger. My nickname for Mario used to be, “Chunky Monkey.” He would often eat things first and think later.

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My life with a house bunny

by Sandra, guest contributor, Mario's biped • Apr 09 , 2013

When I was a child my animal-loving heart was never allowed to have a dog. My parents got me a rabbit for my ninth birthday as a compromise to the “you want to have a dog but we want you to have fish” conflict. I wanted something furry to play with and my parents wanted a lower maintenance pet. I …

Do you worry about what will happen to your pet if something were to happen to you? Opening a pet trust may be just the right thing for you.

To ensure that your beloved pet will continue to receive proper care should something unexpected happen to you, it’s critical to plan ahead. This information sheet helps you do just that.

If you’ve adopted a rabbit recently, check out this information on housing, exercise, diet and general care to ensure you provide the safest and most comfortable home for your rabbit.