In anticipation of the Easter holiday — and treats — put down that giant chocolate rabbit and press play on these videos instead. Unlike your judgmental cats or sweet, welcoming dogs, bunnies have a distinct appeal that's hard to put your finger on. Perhaps it's because they're normally so placid that when they do something out of the ordinary, we explode with "oohs" and "awws." Whether it's a bunny eating a flower Thumper-style, bunnies competing in a show-jumping course, or just a bunny in a bowl, our minds are blown that they're doing something other than pooping. Click through to see our roundup of the best bunny videos on YouTube and treat yourself guilt-free!
Besides Santa Claus, the Easter Bunny is perhaps the most famous of fictional holiday characters. Many of us believed in him until we reached kindergarten . . . some of us a few years longer (sure, I'll own up to it!). But besides being the bearer of Easter treats, what do you really know about this rascally rodent? We've rounded up some fun facts about Easter's cutest representative and some adorable photos that will make you want to believe all over again!
Happy Easter! What better way to celebrate this bunny-centric holiday than with this ball of cuteness? This little gal is a dwarf breed of rabbit known as "teddywzerg" in German, according to her owner, but she's very similar to a dwarf lionhead bunny. Lionhead rabbits are such a new breed, they're not even recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders' Association. But something tells me this might be their year! Keep clicking for more furry cuteness.
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Growing up, my cousins and I used to sit through Easter brunch waiting for the egg hunt to begin. Before we started the highly anticipated contest, we topped off our perfectly pressed holiday garb with handcrafted crowns. Here's a guide to making your own Easter tiaras and masks with your little bunnies.
With Easter approaching, I have my mind on hip holiday decorating ideas. My memories of the Spring holiday are rampant with floral Laura Ashley dresses and plenty of pastels, but I'm hoping to have a more contemporary Easter this year. Rabbits and dyed eggs should be present at every Easter fete, but there's no reason they need to be trad. Instead, outfit your interiors with these rad modern rabbits!
It's Petfinder's Adopt the Internet Day, and if you're not looking for dog or cat, why not adopt one of these other fun animals? From bunnies to birdies to horses, I've got all the stats on the less-than-typical pets up for adoption. Check 'em out! And be sure to see all the pets here, there's sure to be one with your name on it!
Get the Easter holiday hopping with bunnies! We showed you all types of excellent eggs for filling your children's baskets, but now it's time to bring on the bunnies. Aside from the big guy who will munch on carrots and leave your kiddos sugary loot behind, here are our 10 favorite rabbit finds!
Here comes Peter Cottontail hoppin' down the bunny trail! Let's see if you're ready for Easter. Egg dye? Check. Cellophane grass? Check. Matching gingham dresses and jumpers for the lil scavengers? Check. Apparel for the itty bitty guy? Negative.
Just because he can't hunt for eggs doesn't mean he can't participate in the bunnyrific festivities. Doll your sweet babe up in one of these darling hand knit toppers from a talented Etsy artist. Because bunnies are so much cuter than egg heads.
The Samsung Ultratouch Mobile phone claims not only that its product offers something for everyone (including kittens, puppies, bunnies and hamsters), but that its alternate uses are quite varied too (allowing puppies to take self-portraits, hammies to screen movies, and kittens to lounge by the fire). I'd call bullsh*t, but I'm too busy melting into a puddle from the cuteness.