Lily and her sisters Poppy and Zinia found their three pets as young adult rabbits at the DSPCA animal shelter, just over a year ago. They are sisters from the same litter, and they get on well together.
Tom and his girlfriend originally had just one rabbit, Bugsy.
Molly was nine years old when TJ arrived into Marie's household: he was just a baby rabbit, and Molly took to him at once.
Donal bought his first rabbit last summer: a female called June.
Lily is a free-range rabbit: she is allowed to run around the family's walled-in back garden.
Lucy is a free range rabbit, having the full run of the garden as her home. She doesn't have a hutch; instead, she has dug a burrow under the garden shed.
The opportunity of the Easter Bunny being around is a good time to send out messages about good care of pet rabbits.
Trent is an independent rabbit. When he was young, he lived in a small hutch, but everyone felt sorry for him, so they made a chicken wire run to give him more space.
Fireworks frighten rabbits.
When Cameron bought a couple of young rabbits for his children, he expected them to be accident-free pets. Rabbits normally live sheltered, safe lives compared to other pets like dogs and cats.
Rabbits are increasingly popular pets in Ireland. People nowadays are under pressure for time, money and space.
Rabbit Awareness Week – how to improve the lives of pet rabbits | East Coast Radio
This is Rabbit Awareness Week. Rabbits are misunderstood creatures and are often accidentally neglected as pets. In this week's podcast, four ways of improving rabbits' lives are discussed.
Pete the Vet in the Daily Telegraph – are rabbits for eating or cuddling? Rabbit Awareness Week is on now. | The Telegraph
Fifty years ago, rabbits were for eating, not for cuddling. Times have changed, and they are now amongst the most popular family pets.
It’s very important to accurately identify the gender of pet rabbits.
ASH Animal Rescue is in Co. Wicklow. Most of their work involves dogs and cats, but ASH is committed to any animals in need of help.
Scout was seven years old when the cheeky rabbit arrived into his home.
Rabbits have featured in Lucy’s life for as long as she can remember.
This week on Ireland AM , we discussed two topical Easter subjects: chocolate and pet rabbits.