So, you’ve decided to welcome a little fluffy bunny into your household. First of all, congratulations on your new addition! Hopefully, you’ve prepared everything and got your hutch, food, bedding, and toys ready for your new furry friend. All that’s left now is… Well, maybe the hardest part of all: Finding the perfect rabbit name. Here are our top rabbit names to help you choose.
In a land far, far away (or just around the corner, if you happen to live in Japan) lies an island steeped in mystery, controversy, and, well, hundreds of rabbits. That place is Okunoshima, or “Rabbit Island”— a small island found in the Seto Inland Sea of Japan, which just so happens to be populated by 700 to 1000 cute, fluffy bunny rabbits.
What is a French lop rabbit?
Yep, though most of us think of the lopped ear bunny as a super-cute pet, people in the past loved to chow down on the tender meat! Nowadays (thankfully) French lop rabbits are renowned in the rabbit world as show bunnies and great pets, thanks to their cutesie appearance and benevolent temperament.
The Chinchilla rabbit is popular amongst pet owners and breeders alike. They have fur that looks strikingly similar to the chinchilla and even temperaments that make them great pets. There are three distinct breeds of chinchilla bunnies – and none of them are related to the small rodent, the chinchilla.
Not all rabbits were created equal. Yes, they’re all obscenely cute, furry and lovable. But some very special famous rabbits have managed to climb out of their rabbit hole and straight into the limelight! As long as we adore bunnies, movies, cartoons and marketing campaigns will always be made starring our furry pals. So, let’s take a look at the most famous rabbits, and explore what they’re famous for.
How much do you know about your pet rabbit’s anatomy? You might know the basics – they have big ears so they can hear predators coming, big legs to help them hop away quickly, and big front teeth to help them chomp down on grass. But what about their muscles, skin, sensory organs, and digestive system?