Rabbits make excellent pets. They're relatively easy to care for, but have outgoing and loving personalities. Many people have the misconception that a rabbit is more like a hamster or other caged pets than a cat or dog. However, you can litter train them, they play with toys with you, and can even communicate with you in their own way. Each breed has its own character traits, such as whether they like to cuddle or how much exercise they need to be happy. This makes knowing what breed of rabbit you're looking for incredibly important when you decide to adopt. While there are some basic rules for giving your rabbit the best care possible, every breed will have its own set of distinct needs as well. If you don't have the space, time, or love to share with a more demanding breed, or if you need a child-friendly fuzzy friend, be sure to research the best pet rabbit breeds before becoming a bunny's forever home.
Let's be honest—you get a new piece of tech, do you sit down to read the manual before setting it up? Nope! You connect it and hit the ground running. While most of us are pretty good at figuring out the basics in this manner, there are always some intricacies that you miss if you don't read the details. The Apple AirPods are no exception to these rules, and the basics are so intuitive that it's very tempting to not do further research. However, there are some great features that you might miss out on if you don't take the time to dive into their capabilities. Test out these Apple AirPod tips and tricks to optimize your headphone experience.
My boyfriend and I recently bought a house together. We are not married, and we are not officially engaged. We talked long and hard about this decision before we made it, and we certainly didn't take it lightly. We are both thoroughly aware that, even though we aren't married, we have bound ourselves together from both a legal and a financial standpoint for the next 30 years. And we're happy with that decision. However, despite our happiness and sense of achievement at this landmark decision in our lives, we received a lot of doubt, criticism, and pushback from individuals in our lives who believe that if they wouldn't have done things this way, it isn't the best way for us to do things, either.
Rabbit owners the world over ask themselves the same question: Can my rabbit communicate with me? There are certainly times where it feels like your connection with your pet is deeper than meets the eye. While cat and dog owners know how to interpret their animals' body language, it can be harder to learn the languages of small pets. But I have good news! Your rabbit can communicate with you, and probably is trying to communicate with you on a regular basis. Now, for the important question: What is your fuzzy friend saying to you?
Preparing for a hurricane is hard enough as it is, but it's even more complicated when you have thousands of wild animals to protect and care for. While pet owners are generally urged to evacuate, zoos do not have that ability. For one, the stress of travel, especially a last-minute relocation, can harm and even kill many animals. Hurricanes also are not easily predictable. Relocating animals can end up putting them in greater danger, even if they do survive the evacuation process. By the time zookeepers are positive they're in the path of a hurricane, it's often too late to pack up the animals, enough food and bedding for an indeterminable amount of time, and any other necessities onto a truck and face the hundreds of miles of evacuation traffic. Therefore, zoos generally hunker down for the long haul when a natural disaster is predicted. So how do they protect thousands of animals from something as vicious as a hurricane?
Whether you have fall, summer, or indoor allergies, or any combination of the above, the symptoms can be a terrible mood killer. Summer allergies can leave you suffering for the majority of the nice months, and fall allergies can keep you from enjoying nature's beauty during the cooler months. Allergy pills and syrups can leave you hazy and are just another set of chemicals that we're pumping into our bodies. Instead, try a more natural remedy for your battle with mother nature. The best natural allergy relief remedies can keep you alert and comfortable without any of those nasty side effects.