Animal Stories - Havana Rabbits


Animal-World Information about: Havana Rabbits

   If you want a really laid back, sweet, and calm bunny...the Havana Rabbit is the one for you!
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tamlyn - 2010-03-11
i have a havanna rabbit, mojo. he was a gift from my boyfriend.i love him to death. i can recommend this loving animal to anyone

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Hoppity Hop - 2010-02-22
Hello, I have a bunny and I'm not totally sure if she is a Havana. She is black, and looks and acts like a Havana, but her weight seems a bit under. She is around only 4 pounds, but I can guarantee she is a Havana. Skittles, her name, is very playful. We put toys in her cage and you will hear her all night playing :) She has a laid back kind of personality but is VERY curious. She will even go by our cats and they are scared of her! Also, Skittles will bite anything she can come across. One time, she ripped a hole in my new leather purse!

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Dean - 2009-03-29
Hi. I am a young rabbit owner and I have a Havana rabbit. She is about a year and I love her. I have never been bitten. Her name is RoseBud. She is a very dark black. She is so relaxed and very lovable. I recommend it to any beginning owner.:]

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**bunny lover** - 2009-01-02
I have 2 havanas one black and one like a dark chocolate color, they are the sweetest things ever! Everyday my mom gives them treats and now they know, so when we go downstairs they come up to the door trying to nudge it open and if we walk upstairs without giving them something they will thump their feet showing us they're angry. My bunnies love the toys that make noise, their favorite is a big ball with a bell in the middle. They pick it up and toss it down or to me if I'm with them. I have had them for over a year and I have only been bitten once because one of them got scared while I was holding him. One decision I will NEVER regret is getting my little fluff balls! :P

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myfoot - 2008-11-13
Alice is a sweet black havanna with beautiful soft fur. She's so much more laid back than the florida white I had in the past. Our personalities really match. She loves to play and is really affectionate.

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Jennie - 2008-11-06
I have a chocolate Havana and absolutely adore him! He's now a year and a half old and I couldn't be happier!

He is incredibly intelligent (I had to move his food because he learned to open the cabinet) and ALWAYS ready to play! If it makes noise he LOVES throwing it to me so that I can roll it back. The only drawback to having such a smart bunny is that if he's bored, he shows it by chewing! He needs new and stimulating toys every month or so. The only thing he doesn't get bored of are toys that make noise or ones I can hide treats in.

Havanas are such a sweet breed. I rub my little man's head until he falls asleep; sometimes he even snores!

I had a dwarf rabbit before, but nothing compares to these Havanas!

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Anonymous - 2008-10-23
Hiya i have a blue Havana rabbit, I had him given to me when he was 6 weeks old.
His name is Smokey Blue and he almost 6 years old now. The lady who gave him to me said that his dad was 17 years old. I have always had rabbits from being a child but he is one of the best I have had and the kids love him. He is very cheeky and is always after a cuddle. I would recommend this bread to anyone as they make the best pets. Mine even lies with my dog every night when he comes out of his hutch.

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amy payne - 2008-08-27
I found an abondond rabbit, after 3 months she died. Her name was scooter. I miss her, she was my favorite. I still have two rex dalmations after I found another, one is an albino white and her name is snowy. The dalmation rexes are called fumper and floppy. Thay are girls and twins, they were 2 months old when I got them. They are 2 1/2 now. They are not dead and the white one isn't dead. Only scoter is. I will never forget myself, she died of the cold. r.i.

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Jenna B. - 2008-07-21
About a year ago I got 2 bunnies from the wood county humane society and I couldn't figure out what breed they were so I looked on the internet and I found out that they are havanas. My 2 havanas are both black and both male and their names are Anica and Cottontail. I never regret getting my bunnies. They bond to there owners very quickly not to mention they are loving, cuddly, and fuzzy. I would recommend rabbits to people who are looking for a quiet, fuzzy, loving, and well behaved companion.

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Jenna B. - 2008-07-21
My havanas are both black and both male, there names are Anica and Cottontail and I love them more than anything. Im currently not in 4-h with them but I will be very soon. They both have different ways of getting my attention when they are out of there pen. Anica will come up and nudge me until I pet him and Cottontail will come to me and start licking me! I think bunnies make good pets for young kids but they need to be taught responsibility first because rabbits can get hurt and break there bones easily (they are very sensitive) and the children cannot pick them up 24/7 and they need to be handled in the right way so they dont get hurt. Rabbits would make excellent pets for young children but think about if the rabbit will be loved while the child is young but neglected and abandoned when the child gets older.

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