Rabbits are just as demanding as any other pet. They need proper socialization and nutrition. They are also a 7+ year commitment. Most rabbits do not like to be handled and held for long periods of time, so keep that in mind when you purchase this for a child. They prefer to interact with family members on the ground or on the floor.
Rabbits need plenty of play room while they are indoors. Standard rabbit cages are small but can be used if you provide outside fun time several times a week.
Many owners will allow their rabbit free roam of the house or a room. Bunnies are big chewers so be prepared to rabbit proof the area! They will chew carpet, cords and furniture legs.
Rabbits CAN be littered trained like cats. Paper bedding, like, Yesterday News" is a good litter pan bedding, since they will more than likely chew on the bedding and it is safe. The paper bedding is also good for people with allergies as it has less dust then compared to other bedding options.
Rabbits can be Spayed and Neutered. Doing so makes them a friendlier pet.
Rabbits can get bored just as much as a dog or a cat can. They need wood chew toys and cardboard toys to keep themselves interested. Anything made with glue or looks like its not 100% natural, is not recommend simply because their stomach can not digest it. Used Paper towel rolls, Old phone books, all of these are at home items that can be used as toys as well.
You do not need to Bathe your rabbits and shouldn't have to! rabbit self clean like a cats!