10 UGLY TRUTHS ABOUT RABBITS
Misconceptions of our rabbits had been so deeply instilled that it’s taking a century to correct. It’s unbelievable that even the most educated people are still thinking of rabbits as cuddly, carrot-eating toys for young children.
Today, we shall share with you a few ugly truths about these ‘angelic’ bunnies. We hope they will make you think twice before adopting a rabbit, or even purchasing one. It WILL change your life, FOREVER.
1. Stepping on rabbit’s poo is daily matters and you will say ‘Thank goodness, it’s not pee today!’
2. Checking your litterbox everyday to find millions of round and plump poo and it actually makes your day!
3. Buying so much leafy greens from your supermarket that the cashier auntie wonders if you have turned vegan.
4. Finding fresh hay becomes a goal in life and you have at least 3 local suppliers on speed dial. You even tried to hunt down the country distributor just to know when is new stock coming.
5. Fur follows you everywhere, on your clothes, your hair, and even food. Seriously, there is no point removing them and you just stop wearing black.
6. Waking up at 7am, even on weekends, to prepare vegetable salad and clean litter boxes becomes a daily routine. And there is no ‘day off’ from it.
7. Date night becomes history as you need to rush home by 7pm to prepare vegetable salad and clean litter boxes. Your day just repeats, over and over again.
8. You spend more time and effort finding a good pet sitter than you hunt for hotels when planning for a vacation overseas. At some point, you canceled your vacation just to stay at home.
9. Finding holes on your $3000 Chanel purse and having to be OK with it because there is absolutely nothing you can do about it.
And on a more serious note,
10. Their life is awfully limited at 6-10 years and the heart wrenching pain they bring to you, is unspeakable and not for the faintest heart.
While pet shops advertise cute baby rabbits for the sake of making some money, rescue groups will rather discourage unprepared people from adopting on impulse. Taking care of a pet is not all that fine and dandy. It’s one of those responsibilities that having the ‘heart’ may not be good enough. You need time, resources, support and most importantly, a strong heart.
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