Sadly, this bunny was abandoned by a family with kids who no longer wanted to take care of her. Rabbits are often purchased on a whim from pet stores or breeders when parents see how cute they are. This woman already had a rabbit who needed a companion and decided that it was fate when she met Ninni. She decided to adopt her and give her the love and stability she deserves.

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“She’s the cuddliest bunny I’ve ever had, begging to be picked up all the time I’m a bit lazy, but she’s lazy too. We’re a perfect match and soulmates,” said her rescuer.

If you’re thinking of adopting a rabbit (we strongly discourage buying one from a pet shop), there are a few things you should know before welcoming one into your home. Unlike a kitten or even a puppy, rabbits take a significant amount of time, space, and patience. Rabbits may be exciting at first. After all, getting a new pet and family member is a big deal. However, expectations need to be managed within a family before committing to a rabbit. They are high-maintenance, and the return is significantly lower than that of an excited puppy or cuddly cat.

Rabbit regret is a real thing, so prospective owners are always encouraged to do plenty of research and consider the types of personality in a household before welcoming a sensitive rabbit into the space.

You can keep up with Ninni and her siblings on Instagram!

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