We’ve talked about it ever year on Pet Show, and for some reason this national problem hasn’t been solved! I’m talking about people who buy their kids bunnies and chicks for Easter, only to return them some time before Memorial Day because the kids can’t take care of them or lose interest.
How bad is the problem? As many as 95 percent of Easter bunny pets are dumped within the first year, according to the Found Animal Foundation.
Well, this year is no different: Easter pets aren’t a good idea. However, if you’re one of the few – one of the VERY FEW! – who have thought this plan all the way through and have decided that an Easter bunny is right for you, here’s something else to consider:
Looks at those little faces. These are all furry, fuzzy, lovable, adoptable faces of rabbits that need homes. I mean, come on. How cute is THAT? Ridiculously cute, I say.
But where can you find such fantastic and homeless bunnies? Here’s a great option: PetSave.
Staff Writer Carrie Coppernoll