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Your complete guide to buying a rabbit hutch

Posted on June 18, 2016

Rabbits are one of the most sought-after pets to have after dogs and cats. Owning a domesticated rabbit requires less maintenance than dogs or cats and it is equally rewarding for the owner…Read more

 

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Your complete guide to buying a rabbit hutch

Posted on June 18, 2016

Rabbits are one of the most sought-after pets to have after dogs and cats. Owning a domesticated rabbit requires less maintenance than dogs or cats and it is equally rewarding for the owner…Read more

 

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How to create your own home gym - a buyer’s guide to gym equipment

Posted on June 14, 2016

In a quest to remain fit, people often splurge a lot on gym, you too might be one of them! Interestingly you can avoid the hustle-bustle and sweat stained walls of a commercial gym and build one for your own…Read more

 

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How to create your own home gym - a buyer’s guide to gym equipment

Posted on June 14, 2016

In a quest to remain fit, people often splurge a lot on gym, you too might be one of them! Interestingly you can avoid the hustle-bustle and sweat stained walls of a commercial gym and build one for your own…Read more

 

The rabbit floated across the ceiling, climbed down a wall, made a vase on the dressing-table glint, and stopped, shaking slightly, on my headrest.
- Don't go, - I said for some reason, knowing that in a moment the mirror would shift and the rabbit would leave my room forever. - Stay...
And that's when it all started.
The sun rabbit tore free of the bed and floated in the air. I didn't even realise at first that such things don't happen. It was only when the flat spot hanging in the air started puffing out to form a fuzzy orange ball that I understood - a miracle had happened.
Four paws stretched from orange glowing fur, followed by a tail and a head. Green cat eyes blinked and gazed at me steadily. And overall, in fact, the rabbit looked more like a kitten than anything else. Except he was hanging in the air, glowing, and seemed light as the fairy fluff that floats away if one blows gently.
- Hello, - purred the kitten. - Thank you for the invitation.
I closed my eyes for a second, but when I opened them again, the kitten hadn't disappeared. In fact, he'd flown closer.
- I don't believe in fairy tales, - I told myself. - I'm grown up now.
- Well, compared to the girl who was holding the True Mirror, you are quite grown up, - declared the kitten, unperturbed, and lowered himself onto the blanket. I glanced over - to see if there would be smoke - but everything seemed all right. I could feel warmth with my chest, but not strong. And the kitten tilted his head and added: - But one can't really call you adult, either. How old are you? Ten, maybe?
- Fourteen, - I replied, finding myself calming down at such a mundane question. - Who're you?

 

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