Hey thanks, Rose! Rabbits are indeed wonderful pets!
Did you know pet rabbits make wonderful indoor companions? They are quiet, clean, affectionate animals who can be litter trained!
It is not necessary to clean or bathe your rabbit. They are extremely neat and will groom themselves! If it seems as if your rabbit has not been grooming him or herself, he may be ill. Contact your exotic pet veterinarian. Regular brushing, especially during shedding, is essential, as rabbits cannot vomit up excess hair ingested while grooming.
But for these two calm, responsible adults, the rabbits seem ideal pets. Left to frolic as they please, the rabbits play with toys, tossing them up in the air, and perform the playful little jumps that indicate contentment for these furry creatures.
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