Some Basic Bun Facts to Consider before You Adopt:
Rabbits can live 8 to 10 years.
It is a common misconception that a rabbit is a low maintenance pet. In reality, they require as much work as a dog or cat.
To truly enjoy a rabbit's unique personality, he should be kept inside the house where he can become a more meaningful part of the family. This means the house must be bunny--proofed, and the rabbit litter trained.
Rabbits can be very destructive. Domestic rabbits must have chew toys provided; otherwise, they will help themselves to your furniture, electric cords, and other household items.
Rabbits brought home with the intention of becoming a child's pet usually become the responsibility of the Mom in the family within 3 weeks. Most of the rabbits we are asked to take in are from homes with this situation.
Domestic RABBITS are NOT disposable animals!
Here is a link to a great article concerning New Bunny Owners.