12 Ridiculously Cute Rabbit Videos to Brighten Your Day

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Need a little help with your hop today? These spunky, funny, clever, snuggly, and sneaky rabbits have got you covered.

These bunnies just want to snuggle. All the time.

This bunny is always up for Jenga.

#tbt to Morty's first time playing Jenga, what a natural

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This bunny will totally steal your snack from you … and then not eat it.

These rabbits just want to eat berries and take naps.

Have You Ever Seen Bunnies Eat Berries?

Find someone who ❤️s you as much as these bunnies love berries 🐰 #ValentinesDay

Posted by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on Wednesday, February 14, 2018

These bunnies rescued from a laboratory are breathing fresh air and feeling the ground under their feet for the first time.


This bunny really wants her mom to notice that she found her misplaced keys.

This bunny cannot even believe this right now: OMG, I’m so excited—this is the best news ever, like whatttt! This is so great!

FYI Morty is in a good mood today

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Being this adorable is so exhausting, yaaaawwwwn.

Wally spent the entire afternoon yesterday in his editing room. He's produced a "film" titled "An Epic Collection: Have You Ever See So Many Bunny Yawns?" Please enjoy his newest "film." ☺

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This bunny says, “Nope, nope, nope” to the snow.

This bunny will eat while lying down if she wants to, dammit.

This bunny is extremely upset that the bed is not doing what she wants it to do.

Lena vs. the bed

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All these rabbits are gonna binky like it’s 1999.

Have You Ever Seen a Rabbit "Binky"?

The perfect relief to election jitters: BUNNY BINKIES! <3

Posted by PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) on Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Rabbits are smart, family-oriented animals with loads of personality—not coats, test tubes, or photo props. They’re also sensitive and delicate, and they’re challenging to keep as animal companions, which is why rabbits are commonly abandoned at shelters. If you’re considering getting a rabbit companion, please read PETA US’ guide to caring for them—and adopt from an animal shelter instead of supporting breeders.