Ethical Paintings with Animals

Animal paintings are a super popular item in our Etsy shop, but we also get a lot of questions about our painting process and whether or not the animals like it. The short answer is YES! We only paint with animals who enjoy it. We would never put an animal’s...

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Free Rabbit Toys You Can Make For Your Bunny

Bunnies get bored very easily, and when left to their own devices, they will start “bun-struction” projects all over your home. A few nibbles on your baseboard… some chewing on table legs… crunch, crunch, crunch… Rabbit toys, however, can be expensive. Here at the shelter, we don’t have a huge...

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Choosing the Right Pet for Your Family

According to the American Veterinary Medical Foundation, “Unfulfilled expectations are a leading reason why people give away, abandon, or give pets up for adoption.” This has certainly been the case at The Bunny Hutch, with over half of the abandoned animals at our shelter coming from homes that were not...

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Before You Adopt…

Our goal is to get animals into their forever homes, or as we like to say, their “fur-ever” homes. At our shelter, we provide top-notch care, but we can’t give animals the personalized, individual love and attention they get from an owner who loves them. That said, we cannot stress...

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Adopting a “Teacup” Pig – What You Need to Know

Before you consider adopting a “teacup pig,” you should know that teacup pigs don’t really exist. Yes, there are smaller pigs, but they are small only in comparison to 800+ pound farm hogs. So the term teacup pig… well that’s just a load of HOGWASH! (har har, we crack ourselves...

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Should You Get a Bunny for Christmas?

As of writing this, Christmas is just a few days. Who among us hasn’t seen a video or commercial where kids open a box under the Christmas tree and there’s a new furry friend inside? Bunnies are more popular as Easter gifts, of course, but some people also consider getting...

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