This video of a common rabbit doing an uncommon thing has been haunting me for days. I cannot stop thinking about its peaceful wittle face, lounging in the sink while being bathed by its masters. It thinks its people, and that is both adorable and really upsetting.
OK, so we didn't do a scientific study or anything, but this Angora rabbit is one of the fluffiest creatures you'll ever see. It's also been bred by humans for its long fur for a really long time.
If you park your car at the Denver International Airport, you run the risk of having it damaged, but not by human vandals. The airport parking lot is suffering from a recurring invasion of rabbits, and these bunnies have a particular taste for ignition cables.
Watch as Kate Moss gives a giant man-rabbit a lap dance. Whatever — like you haven't been there before. Who know Moss was a friend of the furries? (Or maybe plushies in this case.)
Fossils of giant Mediterranean rabbits were recently discovered by paleontologists. In honor of the extinct Nuralagus rex, we present to you a round-up of some of the strangest, most frightening cottontails to thankfully never grace our reality.
I am completely obsessed with the adorable-but-evil bunny t-shirts from Fat Rabbit Farm, which I first saw at a Maker Faire a couple of years ago. Now they're having a giant holiday sale on all their tees.
Two-headed cats and cows are last year's mutant-animal news, thanks to this revolutionary bunny and his two bitty noses. The nameless fella was discovered by a pet shop in Milford, Connecticut.