These shy, gentle animals share our neighborhoods—and sometimes our homes.

More than half the world’s wild rabbit species are endangered or threatened, while their domestic brethren are subjected to the abuses of cosmetics testing, the pet trade and the fur industry.

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Wild or domestic, rabbits deserve a life free from cruelty.

Bugs Bunny, Thumper, Peter Cottontail, Brer Rabbit—these shy but clever little herbivores have long appealed to the human imagination. Nearly silent, wild rabbits warn each other of danger by thumping the ground using their powerful hind legs (which is how Thumper got his name).

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Did you know?

Female rabbits are called does; males are called bucks. But their babies are called kittens! (Oh, deer.)

Please contact your legislators and urge them to support the reintroduction of the Humane Cosmetics Act to prohibit animal testing for cosmetics manufactured or sold in the U.S.

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