WabbitWiki is a resource dedicated to pet domestic rabbit care and information started by the /r/rabbits community for everyone to use. All information on this wiki is intended as a general guide and is not intended to diagnose or treat your pet. Information presented here is for educational purposes only and not to substitute for a veterinary consultation.
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|Just got a rabbit and looking for where to start? Check out our Getting started with a rabbit page.||If you are deciding whether or not a rabbit is right for you, take a look at the articles in our Basics category and especially our Deciding on a rabbit article!||If you have found a baby wild rabbit, please check out our Wild rabbits page.|
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