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Rabbits are taking shelter under the parked cars at Denver International Airport. They are wreaking havoc by chewing the cars’ spark plugs and other wiring. Most people who own house rabbits are quite familiar with this talent rabbits have for destroying wires. People who have parked at the Denver International Airport now face repair bills in the hundreds to even thousands of dollars.
Watch a video about the airport bunnies below:
Will you be my Valentine?
Happy Valentine’s Day from Coco, Cosette and MyHouseRabbit.com!
Spread some love this Valentine’s Day with a Rally Round a Rabbit Charity Gift. You can send a sweet card to your special someone and support a rabbit cared for by the RSPCA at the same time!
Choose either an e-card or a printed card. 100% of the profit benefits bunnies. (More animal Valentine’s gifts are available here.)
Another idea is to make a donation on someone’s behalf to a local rabbit rescue. Rabbit rescues will certainly appreciate the support.
Don’t forget- February is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit month!
Watch as Ms. Lop Hophoperson “battles” the carrot ring!
For more info on the games rabbits play, see our article Playing with Your Pet Bunny.
Two new children’s e-books by Dr. Jan S. Smith have just been released featuring an adorable house rabbit. Both are written in charming rhyme so you can read aloud to your child.
Learn about living with a house rabbit as you follow Juni the Wonderbunny on her day to day activities.
Lily is a disabled bunny at the North Texas Rabbit Sanctuary. She was fitted with a cart so she can explore on wheels!
Learn more about Lily at the NTRS website >
There have been quite a few books featuring rabbits recently published, from fictional works to how-to guides. Check them out:
Momi Douglas takes readers on a fantastic adventure following an elderly professor and his pet rabbit as they travel around the world and between dimensions. The book is endorsed by the founder of PETA and was inspired by the author’s own Dutch rabbit named Pebbles.
In this tale for readers of all ages, we follow Fred and Sarah Davis, a grieving couple living in Texas. Their lives get turned upside down when they realize the three toy rabbits they recently acquired are more than just inanimate objects. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund – a 4-Star charity that serves United States military personnel wounded or injured in service to our nation, and their families.
Here at My House Rabbit headquarters, we’re taking part in Apartment Therapy’s The January Cure. The idea is to spend a little time each day this month decluttering and organizing various rooms in our home. Of course, we had to include the bunny space on our list.
We started by recycling some of their overly-renovated cardboard castles and removing some of our underused items from the area. We then took the opportunity to tend to the flooring. After a thorough vacuuming, we shampooed the carpet with eco-friendly carpet detergent and a steam vac. What a difference!
With the space now clean and decluttered, the fun began! We rearranged the bunnies’ remaining cardboard castles and tunnels, which is always a delight for them. The change in scenery equates to a whole new playground for them.
Here they are enjoying their “new” space:
Wishing everyone and their bun a happy 2013!