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This pin was originally labeled rabbit. So I pinned it to my bunnies board. This morning a fellow pinner brought to my attention that this beautiful creature is a viscacha and is actually a member of the rodent family.

baby bunnies in their nest!

Bunny. Do not give bunny as Easter gift. Please do lots of homework about rabbits before adopting one. They chew constantly, are not easy to house train, may not like to be held, shed constantly and can scratch you. Many end up euthanized or in shelters after Easter. They are super cute, I know.

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No kind action ever stops with itself. One kind action leads to another. Good example is followed. A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees. The greatest work that kindness does to others is that it makes them kind themselves. ~ Amelia Earhart

Bailey Oxford Grey, our first kitchen rabbit, loved cilantro like Life Itself. He embraced every sensation. Bunny kisses with cilantro breath are among the best of the memories.

No ooey gooey feelings? Then you are the Tin Man. Go find that wizard asap.

I think bunnies came from eggs. Don't know about the spotted business. Flickr: Chinni K's Photostream

Baby Bunnies ...........click here to find out more googydog.com

I would love to have a bunny for a classroom pet. My mom's kindergarten class has one and he is so good with the kids. They all work together to take care of him.