In most states, it is not legal to keep a wild rabbit as a pet. Even if a baby rabbit is orphaned, it is better off in the hands of a licensed wildlife rehabilitator, notes House Rabbit Connection. More »

Providing the proper food or formula and ensuring warmth and hygiene are essential to caring for a young squirrel. However, allowing a baby squirrel to be reared by its mother or by a wildlife rehabilitator is best. More »

Taking care of a domestic rabbit starts with knowing that the safest place for them is the indoors. Unlike wild rabbits, domestic rabbits do not have the endurance to withstand harsh temperature extremes and are always a... More » Pets & Animals Pets Pet Rabbits

Rabbits are physically fragile and delicate creatures that must be handled and treated with the utmost care. They require special veterinary care, and most rabbits are easily frightened when children cuddle or carry them... More » Pets & Animals Pets Pet Rabbits

While most rabbits make good pets, Just Rabbits states that some are better suited as pets than others due to their personality traits. Among the most popular pet breeds are the Sussex, Dutch, Himalayan, Havana and Stand... More »

A yearly veterinary examination is adequate for adult rabbits under five years of age, according to House Rabbit Network. However, older rabbits need to be examined by a veterinarian every six months due to the increasin... More » Pets & Animals Pets Pet Rabbits

To build a rabbit cage, cut six panels from a roll of wire mesh, clip them together, attach a drop tray, cut a doorway in the front panel, and attach the door. This two-hour project requires a roll of 18-inch wire mesh, ... More » Pets & Animals Pets Pet Rabbits