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All of our bunnies deserve the best! That’s why we provide a family-raised environment in a natural, outdoor setting. Our bunnies are never "force-bred" in a cage. Every pair that mates on site is bonded and we believe that's what makes our bunnies extra loveable! We also specialize in taking in bunnies from other well-known backgrounds for the purposes of finding them their perfect furever home. We have mini lop, mini rex, and mini lop/mini rex mixes.
All of our bunnies are happy, healthy and hand-raised. While we attempt to sex the babies before they go to their forever homes, please note that we cannot guarantee the sex of the rabbit if they are under 6 months of age (even the pros get it wrong sometimes)!
Prior to adopting a bunny, please ensure you do your homework and have a proper space for your bunny to exercise (or roam free) on a daily basis. We've found that litter training is a great way to ensure your bunny can enjoy a larger space indoors or outdoors. Need advice on litter training? Just ask!
Mom says our diet should be at least 80% Timothy hay.
$26.69 for 9lb box on Chewy.com
$25.49 for 9lb box on Chewy.com
$32.48 for 25lb bag on Chewy.com
$13.55 on Amazon
$13.59 on Amazon
$10.33 for 9 on Amazon
$22.29 on Amazon
$13 on Amazon
$12.95 on Amazon
$7.29 for 40lb bag at Tractor Supply Co. (also available from your local feed store)
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The following stipulations are implied, understood, and agreed to with the rehoming of every Bunnies by Emma & Ellie bunny.
Bunnies by Emma & Ellie (seller) and New Bunny Parent (buyer) agree that:
Please contact us if you cannot find an answer to your question.
A baby bunny is ready to go to his/her forever home at 8 weeks of age.
While bunnies can technically live alone, they are social creatures and so it is recommended that they are housed with another bunny, or another furry friend like a dog. If you decide to litter train your rabbit so he/she can free-roam indoors, a dog can sometimes make a great companion!
The lifespan of a bunny can vary depending on the breed. The typical lifespan for a mini lop bunny averages between 7-10 years.
Our babies are adopted quickly, so reach out to reserve your furever friend or to ask any questions.
Morgantown, Pennsylvania, United States