Through the window

One of the things that gets me (okay, I admit the list is long) about the back and forth struggle over proper rabbit husbandry is that both parties – the house rabbit side and breeder side – feel pressured to be “perfect.” We feel pressured to paint a picture that both sides know is unrealistic…

Easter is coming

In two short months, “bunny season” will be among us. Backyard breeders and pet mills will be pumping out tiny, young rabbits at an alarming rate. They’ll be sold for a low price to consumers who want a fun gift. They’ll even be advertised for young children. On the opposite side of Easter, rabbit lovers…

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…