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House Rabbit Society Blows it...AGAIN

Posted by Rabbit Education on January 29, 2011 at 8:36 PM Comments comments (1)

The article "Too small for bunnies' comfort" by Jacelyn Heng President, House Rabbit Society of Singapore  really gets it wrong about rabbits. Her article is a complaint about a pet rabbit type exhibition, to start she's against doing things to rabbits such as dressing them up for a costume contest or having a rabbit race. In her article titled "Dressing, racing rabbits is abuse" she states


"The "Best Dressed Rabbit" contest is absolutely unsuitable for rabbits. We m...

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Do what I say...not what I do

Posted by Rabbit Education on January 13, 2011 at 11:43 AM Comments comments (0)

How often have you heard breeders should never sell to pet stores? How about rabbits should never be used in prmotional photographs? How about conditions at breeders or pet stores being "deplorable"? We usually hear these words from animal rights activist. They seem to think they are the only ones who know what's best for animals. I submit they just have an agenda and speak out of both sides of their mouths.


Let's start with using rabbits in photgraphs, rabbit activists are ...

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90% of Rabbits ARE NOT Abandoned

Posted by Rabbit Education on March 31, 2010 at 12:39 PM Comments comments (0)

Years ago we researched the mythical 90% of all rabbits ____ fill in the blank with whatever you want, die, are euthanized, end up dead within 6 months etc. Recently I read an article discouraging people from buying rabbits that included this false "statistic". It's unfortunate we live in a society where authors freely use false information. Is it because they aren't doing the research and asking questions or is it because they have an agenda? Who knows.


On our site you can ...

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Being Proactive

Posted by Rabbit Education on January 19, 2010 at 1:26 PM Comments comments (0)

The biggest threat to the ability of people to continue to breed animals are the breeders themselves.


Sound funny? Not really, how many breeders reading this blog have actually done something to portect the right to breed animals? Have you spoken to your legislators on all levels of government? Do you pass out literature explaining the true goals of animal rights to pet buyers? Do you discuss animal rights at your club meetings? Or are meeting just about putting the next sh...

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