Monday, March 26, 2012
Chocolate Bunnies Are Better
It's me, Zeva. We're pretty busy at the Studio these days. Easter is only a couple of weeks away and we're busy making lots of Easter Baskets. We put all kinds of interesting toys and treats in our Easter Baskets and of course we have lots of fluffy bunnies in all sizes and colors.
Not living bunnies of course! Bunnies are great pets but they are high maintenance so we don't think live bunnies are a good Easter gift for children. Like puppies and kitties, bunnies grow up quickly and have a life expectancy of about 10 years. Depending on the breed, a full grown bunny can weigh 10 to 12 pounds. Like puppies and kitties, bunnies chew stuff around the house and like puppies and kitties, they need to be fed and they pee and poop on the carpets.
If you are thinking of getting your child a bunny for Easter this year, please think about a cuddly plush one or a yummy chocolate one, like the ones in our Easter Baskets. If you still want to adopt a bunny, check with rabbit rescue services in a couple of weeks. Unfortunately, there will be a whole bunch of cute baby bunnies needing new homes.