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The Same Artist Who Made People Cry With Her ‘Good Boy’ And ‘Black Cat’ Comics Just Released A New One With A Bunny
Easter is bad for bunnies. Widespread misunderstanding of domestic rabbits has made them one of the most abandoned pets in America, and Jenny Jinya is not OK with that. The same illustrator and comic artist who made people cry with her Good Boy and Black Cat strips just created a new one to make people stop and think before bringing a bunny into their homes.
The thing is that many people think theyre short-lived, low maintenance, cage-bound animals, so they must be good starter pets, akin to hamsters or goldfish. But the reality is quite different. Rabbits need a lot of exercise and can’t stay in a cage for long periods of time. They also need to learn to use a litterbox — which takes patience — and since theyre prey animals, they usually dont like to be picked up by humans; they prefer to remain in control, with their feet on the ground.
Because so many of these cute little furballs end up at animal shelters in late spring or early summer, some pet sellers even stop offering them ahead of Easter and give would-be buyers a voucher for after the holiday in an effort to stem impulse purchases.
Once again, Jenny has portrayed the tragedy behind our careless choices, showing what it could mean for the poor animal.
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