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January Carrots for Coco and Cosette

As a result of this unseasonably warm weather here in Connecticut, we still have some greenery in our gardens – some still clinging to life from the past season and other plants confused and currently sprouting.

Coco and Cosette were the lucky recipients of some tiny (but fresh!) January carrots that I plucked from one of our raised beds.

Carrots for rabbits

Watch a video of Cosette enjoying her winter treat below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EPnYAMoouhQ

Anyone else still harvesting from their gardens?

 

Reign of the Internet Bunny

The Minnesota Companion Rabbit Society is launching a new campaign to make Internet Bunnies the new Internet Cats.

Watch a fun music video below:

From the Minnesota Companion Rabbit’s press release:

Starting today, people who love rabbits or who are suffering from cat video fatigue can visit www.mncompanionrabbit.org/internet-bunny/ to view a bunny-themed music video and four-minute documentary about domestic rabbits and the organization’s “Hoppy Hour” events.

In addition, visitors are encouraged to vote on the rabbit they would like to see lead the charge versus Grumpy Cat, Lil Bub, Maru and their army of feline friends. Each candidate has a profile on the site that includes their personality traits, cat rival, least favorite cat video, and why they should win.

Learn more and vote at the Internet Bunny website. Voting ends August 21.

Baby Bunnies at the House Rabbit Society

On September 5, the House Rabbit Society volunteers found two containers of bunnies that someone had dumped on their doorstep. Eight of the seventeen rabbits were babies. Here’s a video of them:

To help HRS care for these and other needy rabbits, please visit their web site and consider donating: www.rabbit.org.

New Beginnings for Two Former Laboratory Rabbits

Watch the beautiful story of Heather and Lillian who are currently living at the HRS Rabbit Center after starting their lives as lab rabbits.  These two experienced many firsts at the rescue – first loving touch, first hay, first lettuce, first flop. They are waiting to be adopted into their first (and forever) loving home.