Welcome to kanin.org!
On this site you will find lots of informative articles, a page displaying rabbit equipment and accessories, a photo gallery, and useful links and tips for further rabbit reading.
Translating the Norwegian content is quite a workload, but more and more articles and pages have been added to the English collection - and there are more to come! So drop by now and then to see our new stuff!
As for now, enjoy the site!
- A well-cared-for rabbit usually lives for 6-13 years?
- Most rabbits can be litter trained just like cats?
- Rabbits are not rodents and should not be fed rodent mix?
- There are more than 50 different rabbit breeds?
- Hay is the most important part of a rabbit's diet?
- Rabbits can reach puberty and be fertile when they are 10-12 weeks old?
- Rabbits are most active in the early morning and late evening?
- Too much attention and clumsy handling by children may result in an aggressive rabbit?
- Poor toilet habits and unstable temper is most often caused by hormones, and spaying/neutering usually solves these problems? More...
- Female rabbits can get pregnant immediately after giving birth if they have access to a male, fertile rabbit?
- In many western countries, homeless rabbits are becoming a major problem? You should be aware of and consider this and other issues before you choose to breed you rabbit. More...
- Norwegian Animal protection organizations recommend kanin.org for further reading and knowledge concerning rabbits?