10 Adorable Rabbits You'll Want to Cuddle in Your Home

Posted by Paige Cerulli
rabbit looking at computer
Toms Baugis via Flickr

If you're thinking about getting a rabbit, these ten adorable photos might make you want to bring home a bunny right now.

Rabbits are adorable. If you've ever seen a rabbit yawn, binky, or groom his own ears, you know this already. But one can never see too many cute rabbits, and that's why we've put together this collection of ten adorable rabbits that you'll want to have in your own home. Immediately.

The pet rabbits in this collection are from all sorts of different breeds, but they're all domesticated. Rabbits can make great pets, and are often very social. If you need your daily dose of cute rabbits, or if you need a little nudge to get you to go out and bring home a rabbit, then feast your eyes on the cutest bunnies ever.

What a cute bunny face!

rabbit with eyes closed on towel
Jannes Pockele via Flickr

The happiest fluffy pair.

two rabbits in grass- one with dandelion on head
Jannes Pockele via Flickr

Cute bunny rabbits in a basket. 

Closeup of two cute rabbits in a white basket on a wooden background

Nah, nah, nah. 

rabbit sticking its tongue out
Jannes Pockele via Flickr

Who me?

woman holding rabbit, looking over shoulder
watch this space via Flickr

That face gets him out of trouble.

rabbit with floppy ears tilting head
Jannes Pockele via Flickr


sleeping rabbit
Ketzirah Lesser & Art Drauglis via Flickr


rabbit with floppy ears
Captainsubtle via Flickr

Salt and Peppa.

black and white rabbit
Tim Moore via Flickr

Baby bunny bathtime!

white rabbit washing ears
Sean via Flickr

Love those baby bunnies? They really are the cutest things. Rabbits are excellent pets as long as you understand what you're getting into. Rabbits are highly social, and often do best when they live in pairs. They bond to their mates for life, so if a pair of rabbits is bonded, they should not be separated. If you have rabbits of the opposite sex, then be sure that at least one is fixed, or else you will be dealing with plenty of baby rabbit litters.

Many rabbit owners keep their house rabbits in indoor cages, letting them out to explore and get some exercise. Other owners keep their domestic rabbits in cages outside. If you opt to use an outdoor cage, then make sure that the cage is 100% secure against predators. If you live in a climate with hot summers, then you will need to keep your rabbits cool - rabbits don't tolerate heat well. You will also need to provide them with plenty of hay and materials to insulate their cage during the winter, or bring their cage inside.

Rabbits require attentive care, but owning them is a rewarding and entertaining experience, as evidenced by the photos above.

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