Gizmo the Great πŸ°πŸ’™ (@thegreatgizmoski)

#TBT to when I first came home wiff my mommy and daddy n I got to meet one of my kittiez. Daddy built me a big pen until I was used to my new house & could have my own whole room. Dis is Ollie, he's 1 of my 3 kitty siblingz. I luv my kittiez. 😍❀️🌈🐰#bunniesoftheworld #bunniesofinstagram #bunniesworldwide #bunniesofig #bunnies #bunny #rabbits #rabbitgram #rabbitsofig #rabbitofinstagram #rabbitsofinstagram #smallpets #smallanimals #smallanimalsofinstagram #smallpetsofig #smallpetsofinstagram #igpet #igbunnies #igrabbits #catsofinstagram #cats #kitty #kittygram #kittiesofinstagram #catsofig #catstagram ##kittygram

πŸ’•BΓΈrste & Nougat πŸ’• (@boerste_and_nougat)

Sometimes it's just nice to sleep in the shoe tray πŸ˜‚πŸ˜
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My bunderful pawtners and furriends tagged πŸ’•

Exempel the bunny (@exempelthebunny)

Now when Easter is so close it's important to know that bunnies aren't good "starter pets" for children. It's a common misunderstanding which leads to many impulse purchases of bunnies during Easter.
When you're considering bringing a bunny into your home, you should know that bunnies are not low maintenance pets - they need as much love and care as a dog or a cat. Most children also loose interest in a bunny after a very short time. Bunnies need regular veterinary care by an exotic vet as they are specialised in bunnies. A bunny can live up to 10+ years. They need lots of space.
So please don't buy a bunny for Easter if you don't want to care for it. Do your research and then you can consider it.

πŸ“Έ Mr Ping πŸ“Έ (@mr.ping69)

πŸ‘§: Bla bla bla..? 🐰: Wait... i am not awake yet... i don't even see you.. let me 1 or 2 hours please *yawn* πŸ˜ͺ

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