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Pericles rode off in a Jaguar today…not bad, dude.  ; )

We're so lucky to have such great adopters. 

Life is good in bunnyland.


The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single 360* back flip circular breakout binky.  – Bunfucius

Recognize this little face?  Here's a hoppy update from his humans, Kasey & Frank.  : )

Lola [our Uuuursula] and Geiger (now Mr. Bingley) are doing terrific. There is still a bit of butt-biting, chasing, and a struggle for dominance going on, but no real fighting. They're perfectly fine sleeping together in the pen … Mr. Bingley just needs to accept that she's dominant and learn to groom her, hahaha. He does however love our couch excessively, and would flop there all day if someone would pet him that long. He's a big time snuggler. I'll send you photos as soon as they settle in a bit more.

He's such a sweet bunny … still can't believe anyone would bring him back.

News and Features

Five Ways to Give without Spending a Dime

You’d like to give more to charity, but your meager income won’t allow it. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up five great sites that let you contribute to charitable causes without spending a single dime.

By Kathryn Hawkins. Posted on February 27 2008 Filed under Features | General Interest | Non-Profits |

5 ways to give

Even if you write out a check to every charity that sends you a handwritten letter and a photo of a pleading child each Christmas, you can’t help thinking that it’s never enough –with the money you’ve got left over after paying for all your bills and basic necessities, you’ll never be able to fund a school in Africa, or to give a family enough food to keep their bellies full for even a single week. Your paltry donation might buy a few extra pens and stamps for the nonprofit organization you sent it to, but that’s about it.

But don’t worry –even if you’re not in Donald Trump territory, you can still donate to a variety of great causes every day without spending a single penny. All you need is an Internet connection, and you’re good to go. Here are a few of our favorite free ways to give.

The Hunger Site

This site features click buttons for six different causes: hunger, child health, breast cancer, literacy, the rainforest, and animal rescue. The concept is simple: Just click the button for each cause once every day, and the site’s sponsors will make a charitable donation on your behalf. If you purchase an item from the site’s online store, they’ll donate even more. It takes just thirty seconds a day to make a difference in someone’s life without spending a cent –make this site a daily stop. Better yet, make it your home page, so you won’t start a single day without chipping in.


Ripple works exactly the same way as the Hunger Site, funding clean water, food, education, and a $100 loan with your daily click. Ripple also features a Google-powered search bar, which makes a donation every time you use it. To get all your friends in on the giving act, add Ripple’s “give” buttons directly to your blog or Facebook page.

Free Rice

We’ve written about this one before, but it’s such a great concept that we had to bring it up again. The site features a vocabulary game, where every correct answer you choose donates 20 grains of rice to an impoverished country. Play as long and as often as you like –you’re bound to pick up a few SAT words while saving the world.

Free Poverty

Have you ever played the Facebook staple, Traveler IQ, where you score points by locating cities and landmarks on an unmarked map? This game is just like that, but better –with every correct answer, the site donates 10 cups of water to a poor country on your behalf. It might make you feel like an idiot for the first few rounds when you realize you can’t even locate the Statue of Liberty, but the fact that you’re making a difference should soften the blow a bit.


Are you passionate about fighting poverty? Want to save the whales? Are you committed to curing breast cancer?

No matter what your cause is, you can find a way to support it through the philanthropic search engine tool, GoodSearch. Simply type in the name of the organization you want to support, and GoodSearch will donate 50% of its advertising revenue to your charity of choice. With 54,000 organizations already registered, you’re bound to find a cause that you believe in. Once a few people hop on board, the funds add up fast: If a charity has 10,000 supporters who each use the search tool twice a day, that can add up to $73,000 in donations for the year.

Best of all, GoodSearch recently added a GoodShop tool, which allows you to donate a percentage of the cost of your purchases to the charity of your choice. The store choices include all the big names like Amazon, Best Buy, and Travelocity, so be sure to click through from the site whenever you’re planning a new purchase –you’ll finally have an excuse to feel good about shopping!

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What a nice article. Giving is so easy…

Okay, this is interesting…try it.

"How'd You get so Rich" . Jon Hoffman is Janet's client and asked her to be part of his segment.
Shehelped Beaux, his dog, who had such acute anxiety, he would wake Jon up every other hour to go pee.

After a battery of test & beaux given a clean bill of health, Jon called her & she did a session with him. His 
anxiety dissipated entirely & he let a grateful Jon sleep!

worth Tivo – ing and checking it out.

Wednesday, August 26, 10 p.m. ET/PT – 101
Joan meets Jon Hoffman, inventor of the five-chamber bubble blower who is so rich, his dog has a walk-in closet
and a private chef! If viewers think his pet lives well, they won't believe the stuff he buys himself
. Then, millionaire
Ronnie LaMarque had nothing growing up. Now he has a mansion with its own elevator and his wife has a diamond
ring you could skate on. But what's even more valuable? The lesson you'll learn when Joan asks them, "How'd you
get so rich?"

Please indulge yourself in my end of summer $25 discount now thru Labor Day!  (see Janet's Page at


Janet M. Hicks
Animal Communicator

House rabbits today benefit from increased awareness of the importance of proper care and nutrition. Our bunnies now enjoy longer lives than ever before; the downside is that this necessitates early recognition of geriatric-related health problems. Translation: the reward for all your good care is an arthritic bunny! Fortunately, there are ways to minimize the impact of aging on your rabbit’s quality of life..more here:

Today's Wabbit Wisdom

Clothes make the man, naked people have little or no influence in society.

Mark Twain (he was secretly a rabbit)

Dionysis is another of our wonder buns adopted (by one of our volunteers!) to be husbun to her Skudra who's blind. 

Are they cute, or what!?

This is another of our adopted fuzzbottoms, Amethyst, along with her handsome hubby, Munch (the punk haircut boy).  Amethyst needed eye surgery before she was adopted and thanks to the dedication of one of our volunteers, Lisa E, she got it!  Some volunteers can accomplish ANYTHING.  : )

Amethyst now lives with Munch and her human, Marie, in Calgary Canada.  Yes, we do have far flung adopters.  'Course our bunnies are The Best.  ; )

Amethyst and Munchkins latest

Flickr Photos of our 168+ adopted kids...

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