A case of mistaken identity

If it looks like an English Spot, hops like an English Spot, and has a white coat with black spots? It’s probably not an English Spot. As a new rabbit owner, it’s easy to incorrectly identify a rabbit. After all, to the untrained eye, an English Spot’s pattern looks eerily similar to a broken black…

Changing your perspective

When I walked through the door, she was sitting in a cage to my left. I remember her being tiny, mildly unsure, and nervous about her surroundings. Scooping her up in my arms and carrying her to the car felt like a miraculous rescue. That was day one of life with a rabbit.