Bunnyland305 is one of the few fully Certified Rabbitry in the State of Florida.
Our bunnies are additionally bred for a good temperament - having a bunny with a sweet disposition is always a delight! We do not use bunnies with aggressive, territorial, or otherwise difficult temperaments, nor do we breed any genetically unsound animals or ones with poor health or mothering instincts. We value traits such as high fertility and excellent mothering instincts and are fortunate to have bunnies that are excellent pets, breeders, and mothers.
Among the breeds that you will find with us are: English Angoras, Netherland Dwarf, Holland lop, Mini Lionhead, Rex, Harlequin, and other bunnies they all are very friendly and sweet.
We are registered and affiliated with many other rabbit specialty clubs such as:
The American Rabbit Breeding Association (ARBA)
American Netherland Dwarf Rabbit Club
Holland Lop Specialty Club
National Angora Rabbit Breeders Club
North American Lionhead Rabbit Club
The British Rabbit Council
American Harlequin Rabbit Club
For information on breeds availability contact us and we will be glad to help you.
To increase Disability Awareness we know how much you care for your loved ones and to help you along the way since we know bunnies are amazing therapeutic pets, We offer you 15% OFF adoption fees.
Prices for babies start at $25 for Regular Size Americans and Dutch Rabbits.
We are located in Miami 33126...
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Why Are Rabbits Called Bunnies?
We often use the words rabbit and bunny interchangeably. But when you come to think about it, why do we do this? Are there any differences between the two? Curious, I spent some time researching to find out. I would like to share with you my findings here today. So, why are rabbits called bunnies? It is believed that rabbits acquired their alternative name ‘bunny’ several centuries ago. It is thought to originate from the word ‘bun’, which meant “hare’s tail” at the time. It was adopted into a term of endearment to describe rabbits and has since been more commonly used by children, typically applied to baby and/or cute rabbits. It’s actually quite amazing how this term came about. It’s deep-rooted in British history. And the term bunny actually dates back to the 16th Century. Well at least according to Dr Max Wheeler – Emeritus Professor of Linguistics at the University of Sussex. So, there is a reason for it after all. Keep reading; it gets even more interesting. I promise you! 1 What Is The Difference Between A Rabbit And A Bunny?