Thanks, Laura and bunny Josh!
Thanks, Sandra and bunnies Pixie and Petzi! Sandra writes, “We were all heartbroken when we had to say goodbye to Loxley (featured on the Daily Bunny before), but to our greatest delight we have met Petzi (white-grey), a bunny made for cuddling with Pixie (brown-white). I’ve even caught them holding hands! Both our bunnies come from a rescue and are now in their forever home. “
Thanks, Megg and Paulie, “the Spring Princess bunny”! All of us in the northern hemisphere can be jealous of Megg and Paulie, as it is spring where they live!
Thanks, Ken, Kaci, and bunny Killarney! Ken writes, “We are starting the bonding process for Killarney with our bunny Clover, who has been featured on The Daily Bunny also. We hope these 2 crazy kids make it work and hop off together into the sunset.”
Thanks, Ali! Ali writes:
My name is Ali and my boyfriend Nick and I saw this little guy outside our hotel in Canmore, Alberta… There is a story in Canmore a few years back someone released their house rabbits into the wild and they bred and now there are so many different ones just hopping around. This little guy is one of the many that we saw. We decided to nickname him Chewy!
I did a little research and the story Ali mentions appears to be true! Due to the ever-growing number of rabbit residents, the town began trapping them. A local organization, Earthanimal Humane Education and Rescue Society (EARS), has been taking them in and providing them sanctuary for life, sparing their lives. To find out how you can help, click the links above.
Edit: Just a note to point out that the Daily Bunny absolutely does not condone releasing domesticated rabbits into the wild; it never ends well for the released rabbits. Some of you have expressed concern about whether or not this particular rabbit was a released domesticated rabbit or one of the many descendants of the rabbits released years ago, and it’s an absolutely fair concern. The fact is, I can’t be totally sure. Given the circumstances, which are similar (but not identical) to that of the also very friendly rabbits of Japanese island Ōkunoshima, chances are fair that this rabbit has not lived a domestic life – but again, we can’t say so with 100% certainty. I apologize for concerning some of you, and to demonstrate my good intentions for all rabbits, I’ve made a charitable contribution to EARS, the organization that helps take care of these buns: