Thinking about a bunny for Easter? Think again.
Animals are never appropriate gifts. They are living beings that deserve to be adopted into loving, willing and committed homes. Adopting an animal is a commitment for the animal’s lifetime – for rabbits that can be 10+ years.
Many people purchase rabbits – often baby bunnies – for their children at Easter. Within a few months, the child is bored with the bunny and the parents realize a rabbit can be a lot of work. By June Easter bunnies fill animal shelters looking for new homes and facing the risk of euthanasia.
KAR strongly discourages purchasing rabbits for Easter. Buy a chocolate or plush bunny instead!
Learn more about rabbit myths.
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