Animal lovers are a special breed of people and shopping for the animal lover on your list can be fun. If your friend's favourite fur-ball is a rabbit, you are in luck because there are plenty of gifts that will show you care about the recipient and about her interests, too. There are books about rabbits, gifts for helping her take care of her rabbits and gifts for the home that will make any rabbit lover's nose wiggle with happiness.
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Rabbit Gear and Donations
You might balk at giving a rabbit lover more rabbit knick-knacks if you know their shelves are already full, but there are plenty of useful items you can give that also happen to be rabbit-themed, such as stationery or a reusable tote bag featuring rabbits. You can also make a donation to an organisation that helps rabbits such as the Humane Society or a charity like Rabbit Habit, a non-profit dedicated to helping unwanted rabbits find homes. Some speciality boutiques will donate a portion of your retail purchase to a rabbit charity.
There are published works out there for rabbit enthusiasts of any age. "The Velveteen Rabbit" is a sweet story for a child's Christmas present, and a collectable edition is ideal for an adult. The Peter Rabbit stories by Beatrix Potter are famous rabbit stories that appeal to kids and adults alike. For a teenage rabbit lover, go for the classic "Watership Down" by Richard Adams. New rabbit owners or breeders will appreciate a rabbit care handbook or breeding book, while veteran rabbit owners will enjoy "Rabbit Language" by Carolyn R. Crampton, a book about understanding rabbit body language. For lighter reading, "Disapproving Rabbits" by Sharon Stiteler is a compilation of pictures of rabbits with funny expressions, which any rabbit lover will get a kick out of.
Gifts for the Bunny
For the rabbit lover who cares for their own little creatures, paraphernalia for the rabbits themselves will delight your recipient. Rabbits need items to chew on and "houses" for shelter in their enclosures, so spring for fancy wooden toys or a new plastic bungalow for the bunny. To help the rabbit owner get more out of the time they spend with their pet, pick up a copy of "Getting Started: Clicking with Your Rabbit" by Joan Orr and Teresa Lewin. This is a handbook about how to train your rabbit, with tips and instructions on everything from teaching it to run obstacle courses to having its nails trimmed. Don't forget to pick up the training tool, a little clicker from the pet store, too.
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