Our ‘lil bunny furkids

Meet our bunnies

D.O.B: 31 October 2013
Breed: Holland Lop x Netherland Dwarf mix
Gender: Male

D.O.B: 23 Feb 2013
Breed: Holland Lop
Gender: Male


Maple Snow
D.O.B: 26 April 2017
Breed: Netherlands Dwarf
Gender: Male

As a bunny parent who has just lost little ones, we  have decided to document Maple, Tato and Pepper’s journey as they continue on their journey without our little baby girl, Toffee & baby boy, Oreo

Click here to follow their progress.

In Loving Memory

D.O.B: 18 Sep 2013
Breed: Lionhead x Netherlands Dwarf
Gender: Female
Baby girl, you’re gone but never forgotten. Click here to read her story.

D.O.B: 27 Feb 2014
Breed: Holland Lop
Gender: Male
You’ve fought a great fight and we love you so much.


Toffee Pepper Oreo
Toffee, Oreo and Pepper are spayed and neutered before they were bonded as a Trio.

Living Arrangements

Our bunnies are cage free as we have bunny-proofed out home so that they would not accidentally get electrocuted from chewing wires or die from eating harmful house plants.

Bunny Diet

Oreo with Vegetables
Currently our boys are on this diet schedule:

  • Unlimited supply of Oat, Wheat & Barley Hay and water all day
    • Please ensure that your bunny is not allergic to Oat hay before giving it to them.
  • 2 tablespoons of pellets per bunny per day (1 tablespoon of Oxbow in the morning and 1 tablespoon of Burgess at dinner time)
  • 1 packed cup of rabbit safe veggies for supper (Their favourites are Romaine, Parsley, Dills, Xiao Bai Cai and Chye Sim
  • 3 pieces of blueberries / 1 baby carrot 2-3 times a week.

**Click here for more information on the list of bunny safe veggies and PLEASE DO NOT GIVE bunnies under 12 weeks any veggies!

Bunny Ownership

Bunnies are cute, but they are huge responsibilities. They can live up to 12+ years and are a lot more work than a dog, if cared properly. They require a good diet filled with Timothy based pellets such as Burgess / Oxbow, unlimited amount of hay and water.

As exotic animals, vet bills for bunnies are usually more expensive than cats and dogs. Whilst we don’t earn much, we work really hard to provide for our bunnies and till date, we have invested close to $6,000 of unexpected vet bills to save our bunnies’ lives. This is our family’s personal experience and are not saying that all bunnies cost this much. However, we urge you to think and research before getting any pets. This is to ensure that the pet fits your personality, circumstances; and that you are financially able and prepared to pay for unexpected vet bills.

In all seriousness, bunnies need proper care and as a family, we would encourage adoption vs buying from the stores and learning proper care for the bunnies. For more info, check out www.rabbit.org or www.bunnywonderlandsg.com to learn about adoption options in Singapore