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Tips on Rabbits & Kids

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Though it may sound like a perfect combination, rabbits and children do not do well together. Rabbits are often injured by children dropping them, stepping, or falling on them. Be aware that those cute cuddly baby bunnies you bought your child for Easter will mature, and at 4 months of age will begin the destructive behaviors of adolescence: biting, spraying, not wanting to be held, squirming out of the child's hand.

For more information, please read the story Rabbits and Children.

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