7 Reasons Why Rabbits Make Great Pets

Many people aren’t aware just how great rabbits are, and how funny their personalities can be.
One of our amazing Pet Circle staff members, Nolwenn, fosters rescue rabbits with a local shelter. We made this video to help spread some awareness about rabbits, and just how great they are as forever pets if you can commit to providing them the forever home they deserve! 🐰💜

22 comments on “7 Reasons Why Rabbits Make Great Pets

  1. Markus Rennelius schreef:

    all the Qualities I look for in a Woman too🙏🏼

  2. clandestined arsehole schreef:

    always loved rabbiti mean what peaceful fascinating lengthy, buck teeth , earred creatures.ol Bugs bunny lookin bad bois

  3. tofu schreef:

    Ma rabbit loves to lick my hand he always shows affection and cute

  4. Ronald McDonald schreef:

    My rabbit was all nuzzly, cute soft tickly and loving. She used to sleep in bed with me when I was a young teenager. She was so cute and she lived until she was nearly 9, she only died because she got bunny cancer. I used to kiss her face, stroke her back, tickle her whiskers and feed her dandelion leaves parsley and fruits! She was so tame and she never tried to bite me! She once jumped up and licked all the tears off my face when I was sad! I LOVED my bunny!

  5. Kelsey Marie Bell schreef:

    Wow❣️ I didn’t really know about bunnies as pets❣️ Great to see 🎉🥰❤️✌🏻

  6. Alan Deli schreef:

    And as it is appointed unto men once to die, but after this the judgment: (Heb 9:27)
    The LORD is nigh unto them that are of a broken heart; and saveth such as be of a contrite spirit. (Psalms 34:18)
    When Jesus heard it, he saith unto them, They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance. (Mark 2:17)
    For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. (Romans 10:13)

  7. Everleigh the cook schreef:

    Just adopted one and so far having mixed feelings.. the rabbit is skiddish and scared .. also it poops all over the house

  8. patrolling off schreef:

    don't buy one i lost my home

  9. New Horizons For Fifty schreef:

    Only bunny lovers will really understand. <squeeeeee>

  10. hedge hog schreef:

    aww i love rabbits there so adorable.

  11. Mr. Masoud schreef:

    8- they are delicious too

  12. Kuchi Kopi schreef:

    Very, very clean animals, super easy to litter train. Although, you need to be very careful about their diet, and sometimes finding an exotic vet can be hard.

  13. Pets Oasis schreef:

    very useful! thanks for your sharing!

  14. Roberthy Valério schreef:

    Was a Dog and Cat fanatic but since i started raising Rabbits i love them more and hate dumba** people who talk sh*** about Rabbits being dumb they probably never raised one in the right way at least

  15. Louise Cooper schreef:

    I had a rabbit 🐰🐇 as a kid had basically following you round like a dog lovily ⛅ sunny personally this was years ago his name was Thumper a dwarf rabbit 🐇🐰 nowadays I don't have a pet rabbit 🐰 in but I have a Hansa linecrafts Rabbit 🐰 called chocolate 🍫 I'm getting toys and somewhere for him to sleep so I can do reborn style video but I oviously won't need food or drink

  16. Robert Nicholls schreef:

    I've just watched the film Peter Rabbit and now would like a rabbit as a pet. I live in a flat so not sure if it's suitable for them.

  17. Katherinegary Clarkegoddard schreef:

    I wouldn’t leave my Benjamin over the weekend without someone coming in for water and food. No way I would worry all the time.

  18. 💚bianca💚 schreef:

    my parents are thinking of letting me get a rabbit BUT i know they are very high maintenance and requires alot of attention care ect. and i have a dog so..

  19. W.J.G Stewart - Official schreef:

    Thank you…..I am getting one as I type this message.

  20. Sophia Rabbelier schreef:

    I bought a cat litter box for a five month old British shorthair

  21. Roberthy Valério schreef:

    In New Zealand Pet Rabbit popularity grown in 30% in the last seven years and in New Zealand Rabbit is now fourth most popular Pet:

    "Over the last seven years, the number of pet rabbits in New Zealand has exploded. It’s estimated that over 100,000 rabbits are kept as pets in New Zealand with 3% of households having an average of 2 rabbits each. This growth in the popularity of rabbits may come as a surprise to some but they are now the fourth most popular pet in New Zealand, after dogs, cats and fish!

    If this takes you by surprise, the New Zealand Companion Animal Council (NZCAC) found that even more surprisingly, unlike for cats and dogs, the main reason people acquire rabbits in New Zealand is that they believe that rabbits will be fun for children. In contrast, most people adopt cats or dogs for companionship. Perhaps this can explain why the amount of pet rabbits in New Zealand has risen by over 30% since 2011!

    If you are one of the people who have a pet rabbit because you find them fun companions, you’ll love these handy tips that focus on keeping your rabbits as happy as you hope they’d be!

    1. Wild rabbits are used to travelling huge distances every day – and this desire to move around still exists in pet rabbits. Try to give your pet rabbit as much space as possible, with secure areas to exercise and run around.

    2. Rabbits are incredibly social! If you can’t keep more than one bunny in your house give your rabbit your own human company for as long as you can.

    3. Rabbits should be fed a very specific diet to keep them healthy. You can find a detailed breakdown of their diet in a previous Pawprintz article, but up to 85% of their diet should be grass and hay.

    4. Rabbits are highly intelligent animals and as such they need some stimulation. Provide them with digging boxes or small toys so they can keep themselves occupied!

    5. Keep your bunnies vaccinated against killer diseases. Talk to your vet and discuss an immunisation plan for your pets.

    6. If your rabbit isn’t totally comfortable with you, try to limit how much you pick them up. Rabbits can get spooked if you lift them high in the air, so when building trust it’s best to get down to ground level with them.

    7. Despite common belief, holding a rabbit upside and putting them into a trance doesn’t calm them down – in fact it’s a fear response. If your rabbit is scared, put them in a comfortable environment.

    If you follow simple steps to keep your rabbit in a safe environment, it’s easy to keep them happy and you’ll be able to see their happiness too! A happy and hoppy rabbit will dart around, jump in the air, and maybe even twist in a dance! It’s no wonder that so many people think rabbits are such fun pets!"


  22. もぐらチャンネル/Lives with a Mole schreef:

    very cute😍😍😍😍

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