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Here is a short film promoting Microsoft Word 2007 that stars Amy Sedaris, her black and white mini rex, Dusty, and a bunch of other cute rabbits. I love the rabbit typing on the keyboard…

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February 26 is Spay Day USA. Spaying or neutering your pet not only helps ease the problem of overpopulated shelters and rescues, it also provides many health benefits for your pet.  To learn more about spaying or neutering your pet rabbit, you can read My House Rabbit’s article on spaying and neutering.

Vet and rabbit

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I just got another batch in of adorable rabbit photos, this time featuring Dimmy, a 1-year-old Dutch rabbit and his cat companions. Here’s 1 photo of Dimmy in a dollhouse to give you a taste. I also included a closeup of him. View all the rabbit photos >

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Here are some photos of the bunnies lounging today. Both have funny places where they like to sleep. For example, when they are not under the coffee table, Coco will lie down on a plastic pet food tray, and Cosette will rest near the elliptical trainer, sometimes under the pedal.

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Cosette snoozing by the elliptical.

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Coco with feet resting on the baseboard and head on plastic mat.

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Coco arising, suspicious of the camera.

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Coco still concerned.

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Coco decides all is well.

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Two RabbitsThe House Rabbit Society and Petfinder.com have teamed up to designate February as Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month!

According to Director of the Richmond House Rabbit Society Mary Cotter, “Promoting adoption and educating potential adopters early in the year helps to prevent the impulse purchase of bunnies a month or two later at Easter time. This, in turn, will reduce the number of rabbits relinquished to shelters.”

So, if you’re thinking about bringing a new pet into your home, you can read all about rabbit care and behavior at the My House Rabbit website, and you can read our article on the Benefits of Adopting a Rabbit.

We also have a good list of rabbit rescues and shelters on our Rabbit Resource Page.

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Scout leaders in England discovered an abandoned pet rabbit in the scout hut yard on December 28. A note had been stuffed in the gate dated December 25. It read: “I’m not wanted any more, please look after me.” This tale has a happy ending however. Andrea Bisacre, the sister of one of the scout leaders, fell in love with the rabbit, adopted her, and named her Alice.

Andrea Bisacre and Alice the rabbit

For more info: http://www.woking.co.uk/news/2019/2019577/happy_ending_for_abandoned_rabbit

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I tried my hand at creating this knitted rabbit using FuzzyMitten’s pattern on Etsy.com. I discovered that my sewing skills weren’t really up to par, but it was fun anyway. Here was the result!

Knitted Rabbit

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