Thank you Heather. Hope you are doing well. Blessings to you, and huggles. Thank you tons for tweeting out the link to this blog post a couple months or so back. She really is a savant.
Post a Comment. A tiny pet bunny rabbits eating! The rabbit loves eating fresh fruits and vegetables, and crunchy fruits and vegetables are one of the rabbit's favorite foods to eat, especially for a rabbit eating ASMR video! What is a rabbit's favorite food? This rabbit likes eating: lettuce, watermelon, carrots, kale, pellets, strawberry, banana, apple, blueberry, parsley, grape, cherry. The rabbit eating carrot is the most popular.
By Emilia Jiang For Mailonline. A pet rabbit in China has become an internet sensation after hundreds of thousands of web users tuned in to listen to the animal's 'soothing' munching sound. The four-year-old female angora rabbit, nicknamed 'Big Bear', is seen in trending footage dressed in different outfits while chomping on fruit and vegetables. The small animal has become a little therapist for its nearly one million followers who enjoyed the chewing noise. The four-year-old female angora rabbit from China's Heilongjiang, nicknamed 'Big Bear', is seen in trending footage dressed in different outfits while chomping on fruit and vegetables. The Chinese rabbit owner, who lives in China's north-eastern Heilongjiang province, said that she started posting videos in to document her pet's daily life. She told Chinese media: 'One time I randomly posted a video of [the rabbit eating fruit] and I realised people really liked it. The owner has claimed that her pet rabbit is mainly fed with hay. It only has a small amount of fruit or vegetables as snacks when they are filming videos. Over , Chinese web users have swarmed to watch and listen Big Bear munching on fruit and making the crunchy noise.
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