My name is Kaitlyn Buescher
I am almost 15 years old, and my passion is sharing my love of animals and educating people on proper care and husbandry! In the USA rabbit care standards aren't the best, and people don't understand how much work they really are! It's my goal to educate people before they adopt a rabbit, so they can continue to give it the care and attention it deserves.
I AM HOPING TO SELL TREATS, HOUSING, AND DIFFERENT SUPPLIES IN THE FUTURE. RIGHT NOW I WILL HAVE LINKS TO WHAT I USE IN THE "SUPPLIES" PAGE.
The website looks better on a computer/ laptop but works on phones/ tablets as well!
REQUIREMENTS TO ADOPT A BUNNY
Bunnies are very active. Even though they are small, they need lots of space. Netherlands and other dwarfs need at least 10 square feet. Standard breeds (dutch, mini rex, etc.) need at least 12 sq ft, and "meat" breeds (new zealands, californians, etc.) need at least 12 sq ft. More space is always better. I use dog exercise pens. There are also roofs that fit the exercise pens. You can also free roam your bunny, but you have to hide all wires and bunny proof your home/ room. All rabbits must be housed indoors or in a heated and cooled building. Everything I mentioned is in the "supplies" page.
Bunnies are complex and it’s important to have lots of supplies on hand. You will need grooming supplies and emergency health supplies.
Treats are also important <3
Here is a list of required supplies:
Emergency Kit (details on “supplies“ page)
Dishes (Food and Water)
A proper diet is very important. Rabbits can get GI Stasis, which can kill within 8 hours if they stop eating. Malnutrition also leads to an extremely short lifespan.
Rabbits should have:
Unlimited Grass Hay
1/8 - 3/4 cups of pellets daily
- 2 - 4 cups of veggies daily
2-3 treats per week OR half of an apple, orange, or banana once every other week