This page is devoted to my past customers in memory of my time fulfilling their needs and my love of my bunnies. It will truly be sad to stop providing lovely bunnies for such a wonderful group of people. Thank you all for your incredible loving and friendly attitudes and for giving Wabbit Habitat born bunnies wonderful and loving homes.
My Rabbits live in the 1 heated and /or air conditioned barn. The other barn you see is my tiny store - Legacy Treasures ( www.legacy-treasures.weebly.com) - you can see it online at
Here is the outside play pen. The whole thing is covered in "chicken" wire and can be moved from place to place. This way I know they are safe from above ( where the hawks are at) and from below from tunneling out. They always have a tunnel to hide in just in case something scares them. and on the side you cannot see is a big bowl of water.
I built my babies a 3 story play pen and they really do love it.
All vegetation that is planted in front of or near the bunny lots is edible to bunnies and they often eat their breakfast from these plants which also serves as shade as they grow in size. This way if any stray leaves float into the lot , I am not worried. It will just be an afternoon snack for them. Here are Daisies on each side of a rose bush. I also have mint planted between the pens to help keep mosquitoes and other flying pests at bay. Wabbit Habitat raises our own spring hay and grasses for food for buns. We also have multiple grape vines they eat leaves from and rose bushes and or course marigolds.
We now have more fencing up to further protect the bunnies from predators such as foxes. And as you can see each lot also has a top on it to keep hawks out. Each lot also has wire underneath and running up the sides that is smaller to keep the babies from getting out.
Treats - Yes my bunnies get treats. Not always on a daily basis, but fairly often. There are several kinds of treats that I love to give them. One of them you can find on this website just click the button "Bunny Recipes" below these words. It is called Applesauce Cookies. They love them! I also give them "horse" squares, not sure of the name of them, but it is small squares of Alfalfa pressed into cubes. The adults get a piece of fruit usually daily, sometimes with breakfast , sometimes in the evening. Babies not so much, because of causing diarrhea. I have given 100% wheat cereal (NO SUGAR) and only 1 square or 2. Also Cheerios, with no sugar on occasion... not often and just a few. Can also give diarrhea, too many carbs.
Toys - As far as the bunny toys you may see in my pens, I usually buy them in the pet areas of department stores such as Walmart and also in the "baby department". Just make sure they are hard plastic so they can't get off a hunk and swallow it and get choked. Be sure the parts are secure, and check often on its structure to be sure it isn't broken. The tunnels I get from Pet Co. They also love the plastic houses there to hide inside.