My Pet rabbit
July 29, 2014 by admin_kids
Subject: Twelve sentences Essay/Speech on ‘My Pet Rabbit’
Target Age Group: 5-8 Years
Total sentences: 15
Contributed By: Shraddha, class 2, Adayar, Chennai
I have a pet rabbit. Her name is Bunny. She is very cute. She plays with me. She hops when she is happy. We play running race. She runs very fast and wins. She loves to eat carrots. I keep her in a big and beautiful basket. Every day morning when I get up I run to the basket to greet my bunny. When I call her she shakes her ears and looks at me with her beautiful eyes. I love my pet rabbit very much.
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The rabbit is small mammals with whiskers and distinctive long ears. Its tail is very fluffy, short and round and it is called a bob. It is the most popular pets like dog and cat. There are about 30 species of rabbits around the world. Small rabbit species can be as small as 8 inches in length and weigh less than a pound.
The rabbits grow to 20 inches and more than 4 pounds. It is herbivorous. During warm months, rabbit eats, herbs, peas, grasses, clover, lettuce and greens. In the winter months, it eats twigs, bark and buds. They like to eat carrots. Rabbits live in a burrow, it will always very clean. A rabbit hops and can jump very far. It can make various sounds. Rabbits are very social, loving and interactive creatures and live in large groups called colonies or herds in a home called a warren.
Rabbits are prey animals. They are careful in open spaces. If they sense danger, they freeze and watch. Their vision is a very wide field, including overhead scanning. The animals like foxes, dogs, bears, racoons, minks, weasels and snakes are the enemies of rabbits. Birds of prey sometimes take rabbits. People are also known to shoot the rabbits because they eat crops. Their escape method is to run for their burrow, where they are usually safe.
Grooming a rabbit is essential for their health and wellbeing. Purchasing a brush at a local pet shop comes in handy when grooming. It is important to groom a rabbit on a weekly basis because they tend to groom themselves obsessively, but it becomes dangerous to their health due to the fact that they swallow so much of their fur.
Rabbits are very extremely easy pets to feed. It is important to make sure that they are being fed fresh hay and grains on a daily basis. Providing a rabbit with fresh well-washed vegetables every day is required for balanced diet and digestion. Fruits can be given to rabbits every once in a while as a snack, but it is important to keep a rabbits ‘fruit intake limited due to all the sugars.
In order for rabbits to live happy and healthy lives, it is important for them to get out of their cages and exercise on a daily basis. Hopping around the house for a couple of hours a day will allow a rabbit to explore its surroundings and stay healthy.
Facts about rabbits
The rabbits and hares are two different species. The biggest difference between the two is what their babies look like at birth. The newborn hares are born with fur and are able to move as well as see shortly after birth. Rabbits have a near 360-degree vision and can even see behind them. They have just one blind spot right in front of their nose.
Rabbits are popular in mythology and culture. Many people believe carrying a rabbit’s foot will bring good luck. Their eyes are made for safety, too since each eye can rotate 360 degrees. This allows them to look behind them without turning their heads.