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1 week ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYMeet Bixlee! She hopped into the LNB network as a stray, found outside in the June heat. Born earlier this year, she was just a few months old when she had to navigate the big, scary world - a dangerous place for any domestic bunn. But you would never know what she has been through. This petite gal loves people and getting lots of attention. And look at her fur! If you agree that this girl is "tutu" special, email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an adoption application! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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BUNNY CARE CORNERGood morning, friends, and hoppy Wednesday! I hope everyone - and everybunn - is staying nice and cool indoors during these scorching temperatures. If you're looking for ways to beat the heat, allow me to suggest two of my personal favorites: chillin' underneath the dining room table (lots of shade there!) or hanging out next to an air conditioning vent, like I am in this photo. It might even ruffle your fur ... though I guess that's probably only true for us bunns and not you humans. 😉ANYWAY ... hopping right along, here are the answers from my last column's trivia questions. Thank you so much for chiming in!1. Why is hay the most important part of a bunn's diet?A bunny's diet should be 75-80% hay. Not only is it essential to keep our digestive system properly on track, but it also helps keep our teeth (which are always growing) worn down and free from painful points.2. How often should a bunny see a rabbit-savvy vet?At least once per year. Some vets recommend two checkups each year, especially when a bunny is older, and then there are also bunns who have to visit even more often, for things such as tooth checks (like me!). And, of course, it is important to remember that rabbits are fragile animals and we often try to hide it when we're not feeling well - so it's up to you to keep an eye on us and to take us to the vet right away if anything is amiss. Sometimes the smallest sign can indicate something bigger going on, so please be vigilant!3. Why is it important to limit the amount of fruit a rabbit eats?I told Ma not to include this question because if you ask us bunns, fruit is DELICIOUS. It is, however, also high in sugar and that can make our bunny bellies uncomfortable, so as much as I do not want to say this ... please DO limit the amount of fruit because that helps us stay healthy.4. What are the reasons why domestic bunnies must live indoors only?SO MANY REASONS - extreme temperatures (like this heat wave!), RHDV2 and how incredibly contagious it is, predators, pesticides, vehicles ... the list goes on and on (and on). Domestic bunnies cannot survive outdoors. We should always be inside!5. Why is it crucial to spay and neuter bunnies?Not only will this prevent reproductive cancers, but it will also help to control the increasingly huge rabbit population. As you know, rescues everywhere are totally swamped. There are so many bunns in need and no space for them all to go. Rescue volunteers work 'round the clock, but they need everyone to step up and help, too. And as another bonus? A fixed rabbit does a much better job with its litter box!Okay, friends, that's all for today! Until next time...Nose boops and binkies,Jasper Jellybean 🐰 ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYMeet Mystic! This sweet girl and her siblings were born into Luv-N-Bunns shortly after we rescued their mom. She is a gentle, well-mannered little bunn who loves her fringed "hidey hut" and munching on greens. She would love to pack up that hidey hut and move it into her forever home. Might that home be yours? If so, email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an adoption application! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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GOING FOR THE GOLDWith a name like Medal, of course you need to top the podium when it comes to bunny speed dating! Bunlympic sports of ear kissing and nose booping? These two lead the field of contenders. We wish them and their humans a hoppy ever after that is truly golden! 💛 ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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Vixen would like to give you a heads up - if you’re waiting for an email from us in regard to adoption applications - please check your spam folder. Sometimes our emails end up there, especially when there are attachments. Vixen would also like you to know that she is adoptable and hopes one of those applications will soon be for her! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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HOPPY FOURTH OF JULYClover, Aurora, and all of us at LNB wish you a fabulous holiday - may it be filled with sunshine, sparkles, and smiles! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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TAKE ME HOME TUESDAYThis honey bunn is Brownie, and he is as sweet as his name suggests! An alum of LNB, he rejoined us in April and is hoping his forever home is just around the corner. He lost his bonded friend recently and is so lonely. Please, won't you consider bringing lots of love and companionship back into his life? We think he might enjoy being a "husbunn" again, too. If you'd like to give this boy back his hoppiness, please email bunnies@luvnbunns.org for an adoption application! ... See MoreSee Less
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3 weeks ago

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HOPPING HOMEThis sweet boy got his forever home today, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! From a stray found in the icy cold winter to a bunn who will be loved and spoiled indoors forever more - we adore a before and after like this one. Wishing you a lifetime of hops and flops! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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Minx here with an important reminder: LNB’s official merchandise is only available via Bonfire and in person events. Any comments you come across on our page about selling merchandise - that is NOT us. Please beware! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

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BUNNY CARE CORNERGood morning, everybunn! Wednesday has hopped around again, which means it's time for our weekly chat. We haven't done one of our trivia Q&A columns in a really long time, so I thought it would be fun to do that and make today's BCC an interactive one. So without further ado... 1. Why is hay the most important part of a bunn's diet?2. How often should a bunny see a rabbit-savvy vet?3. Why is it important to limit the amount of fruit a rabbit eats?4. What are the reasons why domestic bunnies must live indoors only?5. Why is it crucial to spay and neuter bunnies?Please add your answers to these questions to the comments section, and I will be back next week to share my own!Until next time...Nose boops and binkies,Jasper Jellybean 🐰P.S. Ma bought Bandy and me flop beds from Bunfest, and she keeps telling me that the point is for me to flop IN it, not next to it. Can you please inform her that this is actually the proper way and that the bunny is always right? 🙃😉 ... See MoreSee Less
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