I love rabbits and own a rabbit account. I have my own bunny instagram account which can be found at @bungerogewashington_officical please follow me as me and George would love the support. To start off with I'll tell you about some rabbit basics. Rabbits are prey animals. This means they are scared of basically everything. If your thinking about buying a rabbit because they are like the ones in the movies - don't. They sleep most of the day and don't like cuddles and they especailly hate being picked up. My second fact is rabbits require a expensive diet. They need fresh suitable vegtables everyday with high quality hay pellets. Without this very specific diet your rabbit will carry diabetes and live a shorter more sickly life. My third fact is a hutch is not enough. Even though we have been brought up with rabbits living in small confined homes - it is not in their best interest. Rabbits need room to hop run and binky ( a dance which rabbits do when their happy) and to also carry out basic needs such as going to the toilet and eating, etc. With the amount of space a hutch has they cannot complete these in an orderly fashion or at all. If you are not prepared to take into consideration any of the above I suggest that you do not purchase a rabbit.

For more info CLICK HERE to visit the "a hutch is not enough" website

My top 3 apps

These are the top ten apps I recommend. You can download then at the appstore if you are a apple user or the google store if you own a samsung, android, etc. 3. Instgram This is a great social media app. You can share your life through pictures and send friends/family messages. 2. Snapchat With funny face filters you can't go wrong with this app. Your chats are untraceable when you start talking because they are removed after a minimum of 3 seconds. 1. Gmail You can keep up with everything in your mail. It is great for school.


I love cooking. Especially unicorn inspired foods. Cake 1 box (16 oz) Betty Crocker™ Cake Mix Angel Food Red, yellow, green, blue, and purple liquid food coloring Custard 1 box (5.1 oz) instant vanilla pudding 3 cups milk 1 cup whipped topping Remaining ingredients 1 1/2 cups Cascadian Farm™ frozen organic blueberries 1 1/2 cups Cascadian Farm™ Organic frozen red raspberries 2 cups whipped topping Order Ingredients Powered by Chicory Steps 1 Preheat oven to 350°F. Prepare the angel food cake batter according to the package directions. 2 Divide cake batter evenly into 6 small bowls. Add three drops of food coloring each to make rainbow colors pink, yellow, green, blue and purple. For orange, use two drops of yellow and one drop of red. 3 Drop the batter by spoonfuls into two standard nonstick 1 lb loaf pans (each pan approximately (9 inches x 5 inches). 4 Bake at 350°F for 33 to 45 minutes, until the cakes are brown on top and have a deep crack. Do not underbake. Cool the cakes by resting each pan on its side on a cooling rack. Let the cake cool completely before proceeding (at least one hour). 5 Remove cake from pans by running a serrated knife around the edge of each pan. Pull gently at the sides all the way around to loosen, invert and continue to pull until the cake releases. (If it tears, don't worry - you will be chopping the cake into little pieces shortly - noone will ever know!) 6 Cut each cake loaf into slices. Remove the top crust from each slice and discard. Cut the remaining cake pieces into 1 to 1 1/2 inch squares and set aside. 7 Prepare the custard. Pour three cups milk into a medium bowl, Whisk the pudding mix into the milk. Continue to whisk for two minutes. Add one cup whipped topping and stir until fully incorporated. 8 Assemble the trifle in a large glass bowl (or trifle dish), beginning with a layer of cake squares, then custard, fruit, and a layer of whipped topping. Continue layering in this order until all the cake, custard and fruit have been used. Top with remaining whipped topping. Refrigerate trifle for two to three hours before serving.