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Want a bunny? Give it much thought, preparation and care

Jenna Chorny of Clifton Park holds Freckles, one of her two rabbits. (Photo supplied)
Jenna Chorny of Clifton Park holds Freckles, one of her two rabbits. (Photo supplied)
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If you’re thinking about surprising a child with a cute, cuddly, live bunny at Easter, think again. Yes, they’re inarguably cute, but not necessarily cuddly. They have delicate spines and many don’t like being picked up. In fact, children and bunnies are not really a good mix at all, experts say. According to the House Rabbit Society, 80 percent of rabbits purchased as Easter pets don’t live to see their first birthdays. In the weeks ...


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