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Friday, March 25, 2016

Make Mine Chocolate

Get the facts before adopting a rabbit

Thousands of rabbits are purchased in pet stores every Easter only to be abandoned a few weeks later. Please do your research and make informed, responsible adoption decisions. Rabbits are not toys - they are a ten year commitment. If you are not able to provide a life time of care, please choose chocolate this year!


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31 comments

  1. Thanks for Spreading the Message,xx Speedy

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  2. Better care for rabbits, and chocolate bunnies to eat.
    Can't disagree with any of that.
    Toodle pip!
    Bertie.

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  3. It's so sad. I love rabbits. I hate seeing them for sale at Easter. I'd love one but of course with 5 dogs and 4 cars it's not a good idea privabky.

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  4. Hari OM
    Bravo!!! Happy Easter Ruby and furmily... hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. My colleagues at homework help service totally agree with me that rabbit can live as a pat only in that turn if you live in some kind of a village with a big territory were he can spend time outside. They're not dogs and even dogs need a lot of time spending outside.

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  6. Thank you for this very important message!

    Happy Easter!

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  7. we hope that only chocolate bunnies or plush bunnies land in the easterbasket this year...real bunnies are furever not only for 3 easter howl-i-days...

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  8. this is news to me. thanks for sharing

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  9. I had a pet rabbit when I was a child. He had a happy life for 12 years. I had responsible parents. The two facts are closely related.

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  10. Wow, what a great reminder! My Mom wants a ginormous chocolate bunny ... maybe I'll get a jelly bean or two. BOL.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, Party Animal

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  11. Very good advice - ditto hamsters. People get them for kids and when they lose interest after a couple of weeks they are neglected for the rest of their life. If you are going to get a child a pet you should be prepared to take on the responsibility for it's care. There, rant over, haha :)
    Lynne x

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  12. Thanks for sharing this important message!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  13. A great PSA - too many poor bunnies don't get a good deal with Easter at all. We are hoping the Easter Bunny brings us some tasty treats.

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  14. Yup, mom says the same thing!

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  15. This is a message that needs to get out there more and more. Too many bunnies end up in shelters after Easter and that's so wrong.

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  16. We agree. You are not buying a pet you are buying a family member

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  17. Oh no! Poor rabbits! :( I saw it on the news, they sell rabbits illegally on the streets in downtown la. So sad! I hope more people can respect the rabbits! <3

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  18. I knows Ma LOVES the chocolate...her arse is proof!!! BOL!!!
    Seriously, I so agree with you! I hopes if peeps gets the chocolate kinds instead....or the cookie kind! I saw a rabbit cookie in the petstore....I told Ma I wanted it...I guess we'll see.....
    Kisses,
    Ruby...the other Ruby hehehehe
    (yeah, still not old...☺)

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  19. Excellent message. Thank you for raising awareness that bunnies are not presents!

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  20. we agree 1000%!!! (besides our mom is a recovering choc-o-holic ;-)

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  21. Excellent post!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  22. Excellent post!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  23. Great post. Bunnies are really not suitable for children. I have had many rabbits over the years and they are a lot of work- more than cats are because you need to make sure they don't chew everything up.

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  24. A very impawtant message!! Happy Easter xx

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  25. Happy Easter! Mommy had a friend in college many many years ago who got a bunny at a farm auction. Her friend said it was the best indoor animal she'd ever had. Course she grew up on a farm (mommy's friend) and knew how to care AND love her animals!

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  26. Hippity Hoppity Happity Easter!
    Sweet William The Scot

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  27. Excellent. I could not agree more! Thank you. Did you read my post:
    Easter Pets, http://mcguffysreader.blogspot.com/2016/03/easter-pets.html
    I think you might like it, too.
    Happy Easter.
    McGuffy Ann Morris from
    McGuffy's Reader

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