Fluffy Toy Rabbits
Give an Easter Bunny to your children, friends and loved ones and watch the joy you bring them.
Muncher Bearington Bunny Rabbit on the right, is the perfect Easter Gift from the Bearington Collection
- $ 30.00
European style quality from Hansa. Lovingly designed from portraits of real rabbits. Hand made in small lots. 10 Inches High.
Fluffy Toy Rabbit
Of course real rabbits are little balls of fluff. So cute, who wouldn’t want one, other than the mess they leave behind. Not any different to any other animal really. However, stuffed toys are so much better, easy to clean, easy to look after, and bring so much comfort to any child, from baby to teenager. And even adults.
Some of the fluffy rabbits I’ve seen are the most gorgeous toys. They come in all different sizes, colors and positions. One of my children was given a big pink fluffy rabbit, with ears pointing up, just like Bugs Bunny. She loved it and still has it after so many years.
Now Bugs was a cartoon character, that could make you laugh. Oh boy did he have attitude. “What’s Up Doc?”, his favorite saying, and children still love him. You can get Bugs as a stuffed animal, and I don’t know any child that would say they would love to own a Bugs Bunny fluffy stuffed rabbit
Even so there are many and varied types of stuffed rabbits that children of all ages would love to own, and many do have quite the collection.
So cute, fluffy and cuddly, with those enormous teeth and ears and don’t forget the bushy little tail.
You can’t go wrong with a gift like this. Fluffy toy rabbits are a constant source of gifts especially at Easter time.
Children are not the only ones who love toys. Think of the adults. They bring comfort and joy to those that cuddle them. They bring pleasure to those who love collecting them.
So next time you’re after a gift for someone in the fluffy stuffed animal range, think about a plush rabbit.
Some Info on Rabbits
Rabbits are known to be prolific breeders. Due to this fact the term ‘breeding like rabbits’ is sometimes applied to people who have several children in a relatively short time. Rabbits are also known by their long ears and large incisors.
Rabbits are herbivores. People who don’t like salad foods have been heard to complain that they are being given ‘rabbit food’.
They live in underground burrows. They are sociable animals and live in groups. A group of burrows is called a warren. ‘A rabbit warren of a place’ is a term that has been applied to an are of human population that has narrow winding streets.
When they are in danger, rabbits freeze. They use their hind legs to thump the ground in warning to other rabbits of their warren. When they are being chased they hop away in a zig-zag movement, rather than a straight line. Their best weapons are their strong front teeth and powerful hind legs.
There are several species of rabbit. The domestic rabbit is the one that is kept as a pet, but there are different species of these, too. One of the most widely known species is the Angora rabbit.
The Angora rabbit has very long soft fur. They are even bred for their fur, and can be sheared. It can be used in clothing such as Angora sweaters.