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Bunnies are very

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Amari von Bergen

on 18 December 2013

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Why I should get a bunny:
As you know I've been going through some rough times lately, and I figure this is something for me to keep myself busy, plus I would learn a lot of responsibility doing this, and I would find joy having something I can actually take care of out of all the things in the world that make me sad that I can't. I know you think that it will be just you taking care of it because of past animals, but frankly, I haven't had an animal (besides Roxy) In over 4 years! So please, at least consider it.

Or these ones:
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/18712298/
Bunnies are very
social and intelligent animals
Most bunnies are good with kids. If you decide on litter box training, you can let them roam, sit, and cuddle with you
Cost:
Bunny: $20-40 (the one that I'm looking at is $10
INSIDE Cage: $67 (sometimes less or more, cheaper beginning cages cost $37)
Food: $7
Food dish: $2
Water feeder: $3
Bedding: $5
POOPER SCOOPER: $2
Litter training kit (includes litter box) for inside cage: $5
Hay + Hay rack: $7
Toy tunnel: $12
Wood Chews $1
Why I should get a bunny
Bunnies & Stress
Bunnies teach people be empathetic to living things, and give unconditional acceptance, to make people feel loved. Studies have shown that interaction with animals sparks social interaction and laughter among friends. Bunnies help with depressed people, and make them more open.
Onilee and Tucker:
This is my bunny Tucker. He's the sweetest thing. He makes me happy when I'm upset.
P.S.
Nana said she'd pay for the bunny~~~~~
Or these: =v=
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/19596598/
Depression & Bunnies
THEY'RE TOO CUTE
Honestly, can you resist this?
This is a real story about a man who was depressed. Although this is not very elaborate, but it counts for something
TOTAL COST:
$91
The One I Want:
http://portland.craigslist.org/clc/grd/4241561344.html
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/26282827/
http://www.petfinder.com/petdetail/25433861/
THINK OF THE BUNNIES
P.S.
THEY DON'T STINK THAT BAD I RESEARCHED!!!
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