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5 Gift Ideas for Rabbit Lovers

Monday, December 8th, 2008

With the holidays fast approaching, here are a few gift ideas for rabbit lovers.

  1. “Solitude” – 8.5 x 11 Print – $20.00
    This adorable print of an acrylic painting by Kristiana Pärn features a crisp white rabbit on a swing. It’s the perfect wall accessory for your friend/family member’s bunny-proofed room!
    Buy it from Etsy
  2. Squirrel and Bunny Recipe Cards (Set of 10) – $8.00
    These cute forest creatures wearing aprons and exhibiting excellent culinary techniques make cooking extra fun! Showcasing wonderful illustrations by Susie Ghahremani, these recipe cards will spice up anyone’s cooking experience!
    Buy it from Etsy
  3. Bunnies in Boats by Rob Styler – $9.99
    Bunnies in Boats tells the story of a rabbit tribe happily living on an island until the waters around them start to rise. As fear sweeps over the tribe, one family strives to find a solution to this impending problem. Not only is this little book a good read, purchasing a copy also helps fund the maintenance of My House Rabbit and plants a tree!
    Buy the book
  4. Watership Down by Richard Adams – $10.88
    This is classic tale of a community of rabbits who must flee their English countryside warren due to land development. The novel comments on the downside to urban development and serves as an allegory to human culture and interaction.
    Buy it from Amazon
  5. House Rabbit Society Gift Donation
    Make a donation to the House Rabbit Society (or local chapter) in someone’s name. The person will receive membership to the House Rabbit Journal which contains helpful information about rabbit health and behavior.
    Donate to the HRS

New Bunny Bowl Available from My House Rabbit’s Gift Shop

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

It’s Chow Time! Let your pet rabbit eat in style. Featuring an adorable rabbit eating a carrot and dandelion meal, this fun bunny bowl is ideal for pellets or water.

Available from My House Rabbit’s Gift Shop.

New Book about Caring for Rabbits with Special Needs

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

specialneeds.jpgLucile C. Moore and Kathy Smith, authors of A House Rabbit Primer and Rabbit Health in the 21st Century, respectively, have teamed up to write a much needed new book. When Your Rabbit Needs Special Care: Traditional and Alternative Healing Methods provides information about various conditions, illnesses, and disabilities along with different methods for care, treatment, and pain control.

This book, which will be released this week, focuses on an area of rabbit health in need of attention. Now, owners of rabbits with special needs have a comprehensive resource to reference when they are unsure how to care for their pets.

Pre-order When Your Rabbit Needs Special Care: Traditional and Alternative Healing Methods from Amazon »

Rabbit Paintings and Prints

Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

If you love bunnies in space suits, flying kites or riding scooters, you’ll love Nakisha Elsje VanderHoeven’s Etsy shop. Her store carries very whimsical original watercolors as well as limited edition fine art prints of little rabbit adventures.


For more info: Nakisha’s Etsy Shop

Rabbit Houses

Thursday, May 22nd, 2008

A new housing option is now available to rabbit owners! For those who want to keep their home looking classy, offers beautiful wooden enclosures for your house rabbit that complement the furniture in your home. They are multi-storied, and they come with an opening roof for upstairs, a grass den downstairs for relaxing, a removable plastic liner pan, and rabbit sized holes so your bunny can go in and out as he pleases. Other accessories are also available such as a rabbit cabinet (another enclosure with two drawers), a plastic floor tray to catch any accidents, a litter box, and a box of hay.


They look like they’d be charming additions to your home and fun for your bunny (or bunnies) as well!

Bunny Scooters

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

Parents will be hardpressed to resist these adorable bunny scooters from Mahar Drygoods for $180.00. The scooters are made to order by Roebuck Studio of Chelsea, MI in an environmentally-friendly way. You can either select a color from a wide range of choices for the two bunny cutouts, or you can choose a clear finish to let the natural wood coloring shine though.

For more info, see:

Home Decorating Bunny Style

Monday, March 24th, 2008

I came across these cute bunny salt and pepper shakers at I think since it’s post-Easter, they’re on sale. So it’s the perfect time for bunny lovers to find rabbit-themed gifts. They also have napkins, towels and candles.

Vegan Chocolate Easter Bunnies

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

Well, I don’t actually like chocolate, so I can’t confirm if dairy-free, egg-free chocolate Easter bunnies taste similar to non-vegan chocolate bunnies, but I did find a comprehensive list of them for all the vegans out there.

Go Dairy Free recently published an article listing 8 chocolatiers selling dairy-free, egg-free chocolate bunnies:

They have since published an addendum to the list:

Nabaztag Rabbits

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

I actually saw an ad for one of these WiFi Nabaztag Rabbits on this site and had no idea what they were. After some investigation, I found out they’ve actually been around for a few years. Basically their purpose is to connect to your wireless network, and read you the news out loud, notify you when you have new emails, read messages you receive, tell you the weather, obey spoken commands, dance, and play songs. They are essentially little Internet beacons – and they work even when the computer is off and are able to speak 16 different languages.

It’s kind of neat, but I don’t know if I want to add “Talking to a technological object” to the list of things I do everyday. I already spend the majority of my day talking to real, live rabbits. That said, it might be useful if you were trying to learn a new language or something. You could just make it talk to you in that language all day.

Make Mine Chocolate!™ Pin

Friday, March 7th, 2008

The Hay Experts, one of the UK partners of the Make Mine Chocolate!™ campaign, is now offering ceramic pins resembling chocolate bunnies in their store. The idea is to promote MMC’s message that chocolate bunnies are better Easter gifts than live rabbits. By wearing the unique pin, people will be inclined to ask you about it, and this presents the perfect opportunity to spread the word that rabbits are not disposable pets. This helps reach MMC’s goal of educating the public on the proper care of house rabbits, so if they do decide to adopt a rabbit, they are adequately prepared to take on the responsibility.

All the profits from sales of the pins will be donated to a rabbit rescue.

Check it out here:

Thanks Vicky for letting me know about the pins! (Vicky is the owner of Clover, the French Lop who can be seen in our photo gallery.)

For US residents, you can purchase the pin from MMC’s store: