Two volunteers and two bunnies from the North Georgia House Rabbit Society visited with basketball greats Charles Barkley, Kenny Smith, and Chris Webber on the show “Inside the NBA” to share some bunny facts on Easter Sunday.
Watch this short video on how to make a cute bunny cake for Easter or other occasions. No special molds/pans are needed!
Easter is just around the corner! To celebrate, here are a few easy bunny craft ideas to do with kids:
via Martha Stewart Kids
Fun and easy to make, you can fill these festive paper pouches with sweet treats when you finish!
Pretty Paper Bunnies
via Charlotte’s Fancy
These adorable decorations are simple to make and brighten up any room!
Bunnify your dyed Easter eggs!
Bunny Egg Holder
via Skip to My Lou
This cute craft comes with a free, downloadable template!
When Easter is around the corner, many people consider buying a pet rabbit, sometimes on a whim or as a gift for small children. While rabbits do make wonderful indoor companions (who can be litter-trained, just like cats), people should take the time to learn the reality of pet rabbit ownership.
The Cheezburger Network has launched a new seasonal site devoted to photos of um… interesting… Easter bunnies. You know what I’m talking about- we’ve all seen them at the local malls. Even though actual bunnies are quite cute, there are (and have always been) a ton of creepy/scary-looking Easter bunny costumes out there…
Enjoy: Sketchy Bunnies
The House Rabbit Society of Missouri has recently taken into their care a rabbit named Easter. He was found by a man in his backyard and was seriously injured. Unfortunately Easter has needed major surgery, including the amputation of a back leg. According to the HRS of Missouri, Easter has a strong will to survive and sweet personality.
The surgery is quite expensive and the HRS of Missouri is seeking donations to help defray the cost.
You can read the whole story and donate at their website: www.hrsmostl.org.
Here are some wonderful alternatives to getting a real bunny on a whim for Easter:
The Brave Bunnies by 22 Reasons
Stuffed Bunnies by Leaps & Bounds Rabbit Rescue
If you live near Roseville, CA, you can purchase one of these sweethearts in person at the Roseville Petco on Saturday, March 20, 2010 from 12 to 3:30 p.m. Bunnies range from $20 – $40 depending on the style, and all proceeds benefit Leaps and Bounds Rabbit Rescue. If you don’t live in the area, email email@example.com to arrange for a bunny to be shipped. Shipping costs $5.70.
Vintage Chocolate Easter Bunnies by Historical Chocolate Company
The Historical Chocolate Company is pleased to offer chocolate Easter bunnies patterned from antique chocolate molds, donating a portion of the proceeds to the Make Mine Chocolate! campaign and the House Rabbit Society’s Maryland, D.C. and Northern Virginia chapter. (Photo courtesy of PawPrints Photography )
Happy Easter from your friends at MyHouseRabbit.com!
Here’s a cute photo we came across today.
As Easter approaches, it is good to spread the message that:
1. Rabbits are not disposable, low-maintenance pets
2. With proper care, rabbits can live around 15 years
3. There are many homeless rabbits in need of forever homes, so it is better to adopt a rabbit rather than buy one.
Found Animals Foundation, Inc. has partnered with rescues in the Los Angeles area to help adopt out the overwhelming number of homeless rabbits by offering a LIVE streaming BunnyCam showing many of the adoptable rabbits in the area.
For more info:
If you live in the Los Angeles area and would like to adopt a rabbit, vist: