The Many Bun­dles Of Joy

Be­friend a va­ri­ety of cud­dly rab­bits at the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters!

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Tucked away at Yio Chu Kang Road, the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters is a haven for rab­bit en­thu­si­asts. A one-of-a-kind pet shop, the

Rab­bit Head­quar­ters of­fers a range of ser­vices such as board­ing, groom­ing and pho­tog­ra­phy.

At the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters, one will find a va­ri­ety of award-win­ning breeds such as the Nether­land Dwarf, Mini Rex and Lion­head. The estab­lish­ment is also home to one of the big­gest French Lop rab­bits. A large-sized bunny, this gen­tle gi­ant can weight up to four and a half kilo­grammes — the size of an av­er­age fe­line. Calm and good­na­tured, the French Lop’s en­joy­ment of hu­man com­pan­ion­ship also makes it a suit­able do­mes­tic pet. A fairly rare sight in Sin­ga­pore, bunny en­thu­si­asts can catch a glimpse of the French Lop at the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters.

Bred with ut­most care, the pedi­gree rab­bits of the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters trace their ori­gins to eth­i­cal and rep­utable breed­ers from all over the globe. With ex­cep­tion to the first batch of rab­bits, all bun­nies at the estab­lish­ment are bred lo­cally, to avoid ex­pos­ing the lit­tle crit­ters to the stress of air travel.

Prid­ing it­self as the home for showwin­ning rab­bits, the bun­nies at Rab­bit Head­quar­ters have won a va­ri­ety of awards in­clud­ing Best of Breeds Nether­land Dwarf, Hol­land Lop and Lion­head in 2011 and Best Rab­bit and Run­ner-up Best Rab­bit at the Na­tional Rab­bit and Cavy Show in 2015.

In ad­di­tion to its prized rab­bits and breed­ing pro­gramme, the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters also acts as an ed­u­ca­tional hub for rab­bit lovers. Need some help with get­ting your pet bunny? From their per­son­al­i­ties to di­etary re­quire­ments, the rab­bit ex­perts at the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters will be more than glad to ad­vise on the rab­bit breed that suits you best. Ex­ist­ing rab­bit own­ers can gain in­sights into their pets from the rab­bit ex­perts. Whether it is to bet­ter un­der­stand your rab­bit or toi­let train­ing them, a visit to the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters is rec­om­mended.

Un­like most pet shops, guests are al­lowed to min­gle with the cud­dly rab­bits. How­ever, it is es­sen­tial to first seek the ad­vice of the pro­fes­sion­als of the Rab­bit Head­quar­ters when han­dling them. Due to their del­i­cate na­tures, it is important to avoid mis­han­dling the rab­bits or to cause them un­nec­es­sary stress.

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