Easter is coming and along with it the idea a bunny would be a great Easter gift.
Please consider a rabbit is a long term commitment and one that takes plenty of work.
Rabbits are cute but when children realize that it won’t fetch or purr, the novelty wears off and the rabbit is ignored. Daily feeding and hutch cleaning are necessary and when other interests come up, it becomes the parents’ responsibility to assume these chores. Before long the creature is abandoned in a field or a university campus. Rabbits will not live long in a wild environment. When Easter approaches and a child asks for a bunny, offer them a chocolate one instead.