Did you know that rabbits are wonderful indoor companions? They are quiet, clean, affectionate animals who can easily be litter box trained!
My House Rabbit is dedicated to celebrating house rabbits and educating the public about rabbit care and behavior. You can find information about creating a safe, welcoming environment for your rabbit and gain insight into bunny behavior, so you will better understand your rabbit's needs. You can also check out our cute bunny photos or share your own! And don't miss our bunny blog and bunny lover gift shop!
Featured House Rabbit Articles
Rabbits are relatively quiet creatures. As prey animals, it's in their best interest to not draw too much attention to themselves. That said, they do have a unique way of communicating, from binkying to flopping to thumping. We'll explore them here. [Read more]
Hay is vital to rabbits for good digestive and dental health. We'll tell you why, as well as what kind of hay to provide your bun and where to buy it. [Read more]
With shelters and rescues overflowing with homeless pet rabbits, we advocate that bunny owners spay and neuter their pets so they do not breed. However, in the case that you are caring for a pregnant rabbit or new mother, here are a few basic tips. [Read more]
"Poopy butt" is the less than eloquent term to describe a relatively common condition in which fecal matter gets stuck to a rabbit's behind. This article will discuss ways to keep your bunny clean and in good digestive health. [Read more]
Featured Bunny Product
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Featured Rabbit Welfare Organization
T.H.E. Rabbit Resource, Washington Mills, NY
T.H.E. Rabbit Resource is the New York State chapter of the House Rabbit Society. They are an all-volunteer organization that provides care for abandoned or neglected rabbits in a system of foster homes.
They recently took in a significant number of pregnant strays and now have a baby bunny bounty on their hands. Some of the babies have major health issues, such as the little guy pictured to the right, and they could use some support. If you'd like to help, you can donate at their site.
Quick Bunny Facts
Rabbits can live in harmony with other household pets such as well-mannered dogs, cats, birds, guinea pigs and other bunnies. Dogs should be trained first though, and interactions should be supervised. Sometimes even playful actions can result in injury.