Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month

February is the ASPCA’s Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month, and if you are considering rescuing one of these cute, furry, cuddly little animals, take a little time to educate yourself first. The Library’s Pet Neighborhood has a number of books about raising pet rabbits. To start you on your road to rabbit raising, try Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits. This book covers breed selection, year-round care and feeding, housing, handling, and disease prevention and treatment. There are even guidelines for showing your pet rabbit.

For a totally different take on rabbits, check out Funny Bunnies. This book includes details about rabbit breeds, including its origins, coat, behavior, and characteristics. Breeds included are the English Lop, Chinchilla Giant, Netherland Dwarf, and Angora.

For more information about raising rabbits, read the ASPCA’s site.

Come browse the Pets Neighborhood for these books and many more.


Marta Miles

My name is Marta Miles, and I have been a reference librarian at TSCPL for 32 years. I'm a life-long animal lover and owner. I've owned guinea pigs, hamsters, fish, dogs, rabbits, and birds. I currently share my abode with a Bernese Mountain Dog named Boomer and a cockatiel named Piper. Come see me if you have questions about the Pets Neighborhood. You can also contact me if you have questions about books in our Home Neighborhood.