Rabbits are abundant in Maine, most likely to be seen running across the road, or scampering into the woods.
The small creatures diet consists of grass, forbs, and leafy weed. They spend much of their time grazing the grass.
As a pet their diet consists of mainly hay or fresh vegetables. They typically have a small cage or indoor pen to live in.
Rabbits can form relationships with various mammals including cats, dogs, guinea pigs, rabbits, and people.
The “Bunnies” can also be trained to use a litter box. They are also pretty cheap to buy and in general can make a great pet.