There are many things you need to consider when adopting a House Rabbit. First of all, House rabbits do require attention, exercise and human interaction on a daily basis. If you are away from home a lot and can not provide your Rabbit Pets with this, then you may want to look at adopting another pet.
If you are looking a adopting the rabbit for your children, it would pay to assess the age of your children. Often rabbits do not like to be held, and they need to be handled gently to avoid injury. Young children do not usually know how to be gentle and rabbits have very sharp claws and very powerful back legs. Which can really cause some damage to a young child’s (or even adults) arms. However, owning a rabbit, can be a very good lesson for your older children in responsibility, and how to care for an animal.
If you are planning for your rabbit pets to live outside, then you need to invest in a good cage, suitable for permanent outside living. This would have to be as large as possible to allow for them to move freely around. It would need to have a sheltered area where it can stay out of the elements, keep dry and warm, and have a safe place to go into when they are scared. They also need to be strong enough to keep out other animals that may want to hurt your rabbit.
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