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British Giant Rabbits
Giant RabbitA visitor named Patricia wrote to ask whether British Giant Rabbits are real, or whether this site devoted to them is just a joke. They're real, Patricia. And very cute!
Categories: Animals
Posted by Alex on Thu Nov 06, 2003
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Aww!
Posted by Michael  in  USA  on  Tue Aug 30, 2005  at  01:55 PM
I WANT ONE NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! cheese
Posted by pura  on  Wed Dec 21, 2005  at  08:22 PM
adorable, i wont 1 awwwww how did they get that big?
Posted by vurb  on  Thu Mar 30, 2006  at  09:08 AM
I think those huge rabits are scary
Posted by mandlore  in  dublin ireland  on  Sun Jul 09, 2006  at  05:11 PM
Me thinks that giant rabbit looks delicious.
Posted by Lounge Lizard  in  El Paso, Tx  on  Tue Jul 11, 2006  at  01:30 PM
AWWW THEY ARE SO CUTE ...I WANT ONE...BUT HOW DID THEY GET SO BIG...SAME QUESTION AS VURB...
Posted by lllllllpppppp  on  Sun Jan 21, 2007  at  12:56 PM
I have one too not far off tat size they grow huuuuuuuuuuuuge !
Posted by sue  in  UK  on  Fri Jan 26, 2007  at  12:18 PM
why dont people have normal pets like a good dog the rabbit is for stew pot
Posted by brian  in  shetland  on  Sat Oct 06, 2007  at  02:24 PM
We keep them because they as as good as a dog, without the problems. My giant is 3 foot+ long, weighs 28 pounds, and is a great pal. They really are better than a dog, as they dont bite, dont need walks, and are just as affectionate. DONT LET THEM GET FAT, PLEASE
Posted by Jim  in  uk  on  Tue Jan 29, 2008  at  09:39 AM
I love these!!
The local animal shelter picked up one a few years ago- albino and about the size of a basset hound- Jim is right, they're much better than dogs if they are cared for correctly and given enough room. They also provoke people's curiosity and our shelter's visitors and adoptions have risen accordingly. They get so big because they were bred for size by the dutch for food :(
Posted by gixie  in  maryland usa  on  Mon Nov 23, 2009  at  01:15 PM
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