Somehow I posted this as a comment to one of the topic starters.
I am a bit troubled by one of the comments made to your article. I had a wonderful bun friend for 91/2 years and he has a malocclusion that I managed with a trip to the vet every 5 weeks. $5.00 each visit and he was loved up by all the techs and vets each time we went. He was so domesticated and adored attention. He played ball with me and we also rolled several toys back and forth to each other. He was usually in my lap whenever I invited him up. He was litter-trained of course. He knew my voice and pouted for 2 weeks when I went on a trip and my daughter took care of him in my home. I guess I enjoyed spending my time with a pet instead of something that I profited from. No offense intended.
Now...my original post.
Thanks for a very information filled article. I sometimes feel that I am an oddity since I have enjoyed living with domestic bunnies for over 20 years. They do make excellent pets but understanding their needs and their quirks is of the utmost importance. They can be very interactive with all members of the family and that includes my dogs. I was unable to find the article that was marked more. It doesn't exist anymore, apparently, or it could be my navigation skills (lack of).
I am so delighted to see an article about rabbits. I look forward to reading more animal related articles from you. Such wonderful information.
Elaine, Otis, Jethro and Murphy our resident bun
No worries. I just wanted to let you know. The effort you put into your informative article was a huge undertaking. Thanks again. It made me smile with happy surprise when I saw the subject of today's article. I have the utmost respect for anyone who spends their days making the lives of our four-legged friends better and also the people who get to benefit from your knowledge and care.