International Rabbit Day

International Rabbit Day
Hop into the festivities of International Rabbit Day with special activities and events - it's time to show your bunny love!
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It's time to hop on over to International Rabbit Day on the fourth Saturday in September! This day was created to recognize and honor these adorable, fluffy creatures and all they bring to our lives. Rabbits were first domesticated over 1,500 years ago and have since become one of the most popular pets in the world. Whether you already own a rabbit or are just looking for an excuse to cuddle up with one, International Rabbit Day is the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation for these furry friends. So grab your bunny ears and join in the celebration!

History of International Rabbit Day

International Rabbit Day Timeline

January 2012
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).
Co-founder Dan finishes the economics degree he promised his mum he’d complete, only to never use it and start his own clothing business (love you mum).

How to Celebrate International Rabbit Day

<div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">1. </span>Adopt a rabbit</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Take the opportunity to adopt a bunny, who needs a home and love.  Rabbits make great pets and can be very rewarding for those who are willing to put in the time.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">2. </span>Visit a rabbit sanctuary</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Visit your local rabbit sanctuary or rescue organization and spend time with the bunnies.  You may even be able to volunteer and help care for the rabbits.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">3. </span>Read a book about rabbits</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Curl up with a good book about rabbits, such as Watership Down or The Velveteen Rabbit.  Or find a children's book about bunnies, like Peter Rabbit or Beatrix Potter's stories.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">4. </span>Watch a movie about rabbits</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">Curl up and watch one of your favorite rabbit movies like White Rabbit Project, Rabbit Proof Fence, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, or Charlotte's Web.</p></div><div id="" class="celebrate-item"><h3 id="" class="celebrate-title"><span class="celebrate-number">5. </span>Cook a special rabbit meal</h3><p id="" class="celebrate-text">If you're feeling daring, you can try your hand at cooking up a special rabbit dish, like Hasenpfeffer, Civet de Lapin (Rabbit Stew) or Rabbit Pie.</p></div>

Why We Love International Rabbit Day

<div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>A.</span>Rabbits are adorable </h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>It's hard not to be charmed by the fluffy little creatures! With their floppy ears and soft fur, rabbits can make even the grumpiest of people smile. Plus, they're surprisingly sociable animals who enjoy snuggling up with their owners and being an active part of the family.</p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>B.</span>Rabbits are environmentally friendly </h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>Not only do rabbits help control pests in your yard or garden, but they also produce very little waste compared to other pets. Their diet is mostly plant-based and doesn't require a lot of resources to maintain, meaning they have a much smaller environmental footprint than some larger animals.</p></div><div id='' class='matter-item'><h3 id='' class='matter-title'><span class='matter-letter'>C.</span>Rabbits are low maintenance</h3><p id='' class='matters-text'>Unlike cats or dogs, caring for a rabbit doesn't require a huge time commitment. Rabbits don't need to be walked or groomed regularly and they aren't high energy animals either. As long as you provide them with lots of love and attention, Rabbits can make great companions that don't take too much effort to look after!</p></div>



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