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BUNNY breeder Betty Chu is the proud owner of the world’s furriest rabbits – whose hair can measure almost 15 INCHES long. The 70-year-old has dedicated the last 34 years to producing prize-winning English angora rabbits. She lives with 50 of them at her home in San Jose, California, and is so dedicated she hasn’t holidayed with her husband since 1992. She is the undisputed queen of the angora category, with countless best-in-show awards to her name. But she really hit headlines when her top rabbit Franchesca (ok) entered the Guinness Book of World Records last year as the rabbit with the longest hair in the world – measuring 14.37in.
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The world’s biggest bunny rabbit has got competition for his heavyweight title this Easter – thanks to his SON.
Giant rabbit, Darius, who measures over four feet long and weighs in at a whopping three and a half stone, is officially the world’s biggest rabbit.
But this Easter his title is being contended by his son Jeff, who has grown almost as big, measuring three foot eight inches long.
The pair of Continental Giant rabbits are so large that seven-year-old Ava Johnson struggles to pick them up in these adorable pictures.
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Mary: How to handle your pet rabbit. This is a big deal. I see people all the time mishandling the rabbits so tell me. How do I, what’s the appropriate way?
Amy: Okay. Well when you first bring a rabbit into your home you want to give him time to chill. Most people don’t do that. They’re so excited about getting a rabbit. They want to pick him up. They want to cuddle him. They want to put him on their lap. But these are prey animals and anything grabbing a rabbit is a predator to a rabbit.
Amy: Nothing in nature picks up a rabbit. Not even its own mother in this kind of rabbit.
Amy: They just don’t, they’re not easy creatures to handle. That isn’t to say that you can’t and that isn’t to say that they can’t be cuddled and all that. But you have to take it a little slowly with them.
Amy: So the best thing to do is set up the rabbit in a good sized cage like a puppy exercise pen. Give him room to move around. Give him a nice big litter box. This is before you handle him. And give him a couple days to chill out and get to know the environment. Get to know what it’s like when you walk by.
Amy: Then, by the time you’re ready to handle him, he’ll be familiar with you.
Amy: Now, the best thing to do is to sit down in his cage with him, in his puppy pen with him. Read a book. Make a phone call. Text somebody.
Amy: Just do things that have nothing to do with the rabbit so he has the opportunity to come over and sniff at you and climb into your lap if he wants to without hands grabbing him. Many of these animals, especially really little rabbits like this one, have been picked up so often that after awhile they just start to snark at your hands and nip at them because that’s the only way they can keep hands away from them.
Amy: And then we work with them a long time to calm them down. So what you want to do when they’re accepting of handling is to take your hand and really slowly, bring it in from the side rather than from the front, rather than . . .
Mary: Because you want to approach on the side always.
Amy: Where the eye is because . . .
Mary: Where they can’t see, their eye is . . .
Amy: Because they can’t see directly in front of themselves. Rabbits have not a true blind spot but a functional blind spot right in front of them. And if you do this with your fist and put them between your eyes and look around you’ll get an impression. You won’t be able to see anything ahead of you. And that’s how rabbits are naturally. So you want to bring your hand in from the side, pause for a minute to give your rabbit a chance to decide whether he wants to be touched. If he doesn’t, move away. You move away.
Mary: You mean out of the house?
Amy: Move out of the house. Just move your hand away.
Amy: That teaches your rabbit that you’re going to respect his space. That if he needs more space and more distance you will respect that. If you don’t do that the rabbit will develop a habit of moving away from you to get that distance.
Amy: Once you persuade him that you will move away when you’re respecting his signals you remove his need to move away from you. Which is really great because you want him ultimately to come to you. So when you go to pick him up, what do you do? I’m going to take him out of here. This is a small rabbit and I have rather long fingers so I’m going to pick him up just this way to get him this far and put him here.
But when you’re picking up to carry him the safest way to carry him is what we call the football hold. Never pick up a rabbit by the ears. A lot of people years ago used to do that. Many pe
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