Is there anything cuter than a baby bunny? If you haven’t already fallen in love with bunnies, get ready to be smitten.
Kayla is a major bunny-lover. Her four rabbits keep her laughing with their crazy hops and twitchy noses. Plus, they’re always ready for a cuddle.
Please remember that wild rabbits belong in the wild, house rabbits belong in loving homes, and NO rabbit belongs in a coat or in a lab being tortured for cosmetic testing. To find cosmetics and other products that aren’t tested on animals, look for the leaping bunny symbol.
Open your heart to bunny love and…who knows? Maybe you’ll find yourself hopping down to your local shelter to adopt. There are plenty of rabbits that need homes! For today’s Daily Action, fall in love and get inspired by baby bunnies.
This is for you bunny lovers. First you will see a very tiny bunny that just wants to sleep, then a little older one that just wants to eat, and finally one brought in from the wild that wants to be clean. All the bases covered.
2 Weeks Old and Just Wants to Sleep
This little bunny is a handful. That’s right, small enough to fit in a hand. And at 2 weeks all he wants to do is sleep. A couple of times he gets wakened and he licks himself for a few moments, then eyes close and it’s off to dreamland.
Sharkey the Pit Bull found this baby cottontail bunny in his back yard and brought it into the house. Maybe he wanted a new playmate; maybe he decided that the bunny was lost and had no one to care for it.
Sharkey is all into care. Watch how lovingly he licks the little fellow.
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Little Running Deer
Born on the North West Coast of the US. I am use to Snow Capped Mountains, beautiful Forests, wild flowers on wild Rivers. The once wild foods, berries of the area and the beloved Salmon.
I could look out across the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean. I could look in land at the Snow Capped Mountains.
I watched the Hawks and Eagles soaring in the clean pure blue skies. Enjoyed the thrill of the first crys of the Geese in Spring and Winter. As thousands of flocks in v formation made their dramatic way North or South each season.
Loving the show of the Northern Lights dancing across the skies.
Hearing the howl of the wolf packs. Hearing them pausing at the tent flap at night, as they listened in on you.
Finding you were being tracked by curious Mountain Lions in the snow when crossing back over the trails and seeing their foot prints behind yours.
Seeing huge bear tracks just filling in with water on the trail and the hair standing up on the back of your neck realizing he/she is right next to you in the brush.