Rabbits As Emotional Support Animals

Welcome to our channel! Lennon is a free roam, 3-yr-old Havana-mix bunny. My momma (Lorelei) likes to make videos to help others learn about rabbit care. L.A. born and raised!



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  1. Lennon The Bunny
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    Did anyone else get the flu this season??
    Vote here for next video!!
    "Rabbit Body Language"
    "DIY Flower Crown"
    "Apartment Tour"
    "GI Stasis"

  2. Genna's Lifestyle
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    Actually..any animal makes me happy.. I love them and they love me …

    When I was riding my horse.. I walked away to get a brush and he turn his head around and walked towards me..

    He missed me when I was 2 feet away

  3. Edna Mode
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    Thanks so much for posting this video, it was really informative and was a big help to my girlfriend who has anxiety and has been looking into registering her cat as an emotional support animal!

  4. Yvonne Kass
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    Thank you for explaining this. I have seen many dogs being passed off as service dogs that are not. They are unruly, bark and lungs. No service dog would do that!

  5. Yvonne Kass
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    My daughter has an emotional support bunny at college with her. He is wonderful, but does not like to be carried around. He sits with her and plays with her when she is having an anxiety attack.

  6. VanillaPetHouse
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    Since bunnies can go to PetCo and PetSmart, do you think guinea pigs are allowed to go too?

  7. Portia Holliday
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    It's good to know that rabbits have a place in "Hollywood", but i'm going to go back to watchin' Hillbilly Homestead so that I can learn to take care of my rabbit.

  8. FurAn'Rabbits
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    Really cool video! Didn’t know any of that! 😁

  9. Lily YT
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    I am so happy that you clarified this…I have a rabbit and she helps me with some worrying…I worry🙂

  10. Twister
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    if i had a dollar for every time she blinked in this video i would be rich

  11. kitty cat
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    Ilove you so much

  12. ella thompaon
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    I love you video mostly lemon she or he is so cut I have a bunny to his name is tody and you help me so much so I just what to thank you

  13. Kim Kenstler
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    Lennon reminds me so much of my rabbit that passed away last year. Strangely enough, his name was Lenny :p He almost made it to 12 but he developed osteosarcoma practically overnight and it didn't take long for it to reduce his quality of life.

    Your channel is really great and it makes me happy knowing people are as crazy about bunnies as I am 🙂 Not long after he passed away, my wife and I started adopting rabbits from the local shelter and now we have 6 rabbits. They're amazing little balls of fluff <3

  14. Arwa Àsjad
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    Can you please make a video about what to do when you'r living ur bunny home alone. I know that you dont put Lennon in a cage and I would like to know if it's possible to do that same with my rabbit when I have to go out and can't take it with me and the precautions that I should take. Thankyou!

  15. Mark Who Loves Animals
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    Great clarifications, thanks!  I'm curious for the Apartment Tour as to how Lennon interacts with the various spaces like rug versus linoleum flooring, stairs, crowded storage spaces, etc.  Rabbit Body Language next although 4 years with Midnight has made me somewhat familiar 🙂 .  And GI Stasis I am very familiar with as within the first year Midnight stopped pooping long enough and was in enough distress that I educated myself and did a DIY enema on the little guy, saving and greatly extending his life.

  16. Christina Thompson
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    Can u have more then one esa

  17. Karenina Putri Rachmanto
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  18. inkpinkink :p
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    I just stared at Lennon nose the entire time because it gets addicting watching it go up and down

  19. Quincy Leach
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    You are so pretty! Lennon is so cute too! We're did you get Lennon, she is so unique and calm! You are an inspiring person :)! Will you or can check out my channel I have a beautiful bunny also! Tysm bue

  20. Chrissy Polans
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    Very comprehensive and well organized. Thanks! Hope your 100 percent soon, I heard the flu is a beast this season! <3

  21. Sarah _xoxo
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    I love my bunny and I don’t know what I would do without her🤞🏻
    She is not registered ESA but she helps me soooooo much. Honestly her unending love is crazy. I love her💖💝💗🐰

  22. Vicky B
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    Very impressed with this video.  I did volunteer work with my dog and she was classified as a therapy dog.  She went to schools, special schools, hospitals and nursing homes.  One thing you didn't mention:  As a therapy dog she did not qualify for any sort of special treatment.  If there was a "no dog" rule at an apartment complex she could not be an exception to the rule as a emotional support animal could.  She was only allowed in areas where animals were allowed and that was it.  It was wonderful work, the dog loved it, the kids loved her, the patients loved her and I felt like I was really making a difference in someone's life.

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