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For good health, a bunny requires an appropriate cage, a healthy diet, the right amount of exercise and routine annual checkups with a veterinarian. Bunnies are delicate creatures and need to be handled gently.

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Baby bunnies require a nest area that can be made using clean towels and a box. A folded towel on bottom with one bunched on top, gives the bunny a place to snuggle. Partially cover the box with a soft towel, leaving space so the bunny can breathe.

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Baby bunnies are typically not found for free. Most breeders charge between $25 and $75, depending on the breed of rabbit. Rescuing a rabbit from a shelter is also a viable option, costing about the same as going through a breeder.

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The best thing to do if you find baby bunnies in your yard is to leave them alone. Tampering with the nest may cause more harm than good and, in some states, may even be illegal.

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Popular cute rabbit names include Alfalfa, Honey, Peter and Thumper, according to Rabbit Breeders. Other cute bunny names are Charlie, Roxie, Pickles, Peaches and Flopsy.

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Domesticated rabbits have a life span of about 9 years depending on size, breed and several other factors; wild rabbits, on the other hand, have very high mortality rates. Both European rabbits and Eastern cottontail rabbits, two common species, rarely live more than a ...

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Rabbits can be trained to use a litter box in the same way as cats. Adult rabbits are more receptive to training than younger ones. You need a litter box, timothy hay, newspaper and a large cage to train a rabbit effectively.