By LelaP – @lelanatty
In the latest issue of The Domestic Rabbit magazine, there is a great article that expresses the need for us to connect with the general public to portray the care and production of rabbits as everything that it is, instead of what other people make it out to be. This can be achieved by using some of the most popular services out there today – social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, blogs, etc. There are already rabbit people who use these outlets, but the more people that do, the more people we can reach. People join rabbit forums like this because they are interested in rabbits, but are we reaching out past this to tell people? There are a number of rabbit blogs that are easy to find, the “hashtag” “# rabbit chat ” is being used on Twitter by a few people when they talk about their rabbits there, and a few Facebook pages for rabbits exist. There is a movement to try to bring awareness into the new electronic world that we have today.