Saturday, April 16, 2011

Easter Rabbit Adoptathon

























Thanks for hopping over and joining the Easter Rabbit Adoptathon, hosted by All Things Dog Blog.

If you've done your research and are ready for a special long-eared pet, or are considering one for the future, save a rabbit and rescue one from a shelter. (Or wait until after Easter when many more impulse-purchased Easter bunnies have been abandoned in shelters.) Grab a carrot and check out these bunnies, available for adoption. (via Petfinder)

Here are some in my area of upstate NY:













Bashful, adult female English spot mix.














Bob, young male Dwarf/Rex mix















Bern, young male Mini Lop

And a few across more sweet bunnies:











Gladiss, adult female Lionhead











Amber, young female French Lop












Joe, the flying bunny?














Maria, Betsy and Tricia, young female Dwarf mix

7 comments:

Carrie, with Tanner and Oliver said...

I think I see how easy it could be to become a bunny hoarder! They're adorable. Thanks for participating.

offtheleashsd said...

Rabbits are so cute. I love going to the fair to look at all the rabbits that 4-H kids have raised. Thanks for bringing awareness to the Easter bunny problem. Animals are usually not a good idea as a gift.

Benny and Lily said...

Oh my goodness, adorable
Benny & Lily

dawn said...

I love Amber with her helicopter ears, so cute. Actually they are all cute! It's great that everyone is getting the word out!

Pup Fan said...

They are all so darn adorable!

Vicki Stringfellow Cook said...

Peggy - thank you for participating in the Easter Rabbit Adopt-a-thon. It really does my heart good to see how many people participated. BJC is very happy! :-)

Bailey said...

Great article on a challenging topic. It is so hard to convince people that cute does not mean easy care. It applies to rabbits, dogs, and all kinds of other animals. The cute faces and impulse purchases leave to all kinds of sad stories.

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