• The life expectancy of a rabbit is usually between 7 and 10 years. You must be prepared for this kind of commitment.
  • It is essential to spend time with your rabbit and interact with them on a daily basis. This can include talking to them and petting them. You should also pay attention to their physical condition and be aware of any signs of sickness.
  • It is important to clean your rabbits' accessories (e.g. cages, water bottles, bedding) and refill their food daily to ensure good health.
  • You need to budget beforehand for initial expenses like the cost of a new cage, accessories, food and hay and also for any medical treatment in the future.
  • Your rabbit needs daily exercise to stay healthy; they need to come out of their cages for at least 4 hours a day to stay fit and active.
  • Rabbits like biting! Therefore, please remember to remove any dangerous or valuable items before setting your rabbit free. If not, your rabbit may damage household items or bite electric wires and plants and swallow them.
  • If your rabbit is sick, it should be treated by experienced veterinarians only.
  • If you have other pets, please make sure that a rabbit is a suitable pet to bring home beforehand.
  • Rabbits can reproduce quickly, if you are going to have more than one rabbit please either separate them or sterilize them to stop unwanted litters.
  • Before bringing a pet home, confirm with your family first to make sure they are not allergic to animals.

Please remember before buying from a pet shop that there are many abandoned and unwanted rabbits in our society and other shelters and sanctuaries. They would love to have a second chance and find a loving home again.