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Easter Bunny Impostors

Everyone can agree that the animal kingdom is full of amazing creatures worthy of admiration, but it seems only one gets worldwide recognition this time of the year. That's right, we're talking about the Easter Bunny. This infamous rabbit is showered with attention and affection spring after spring, and the rest of the critters…

Easter Bunny Origins

These days, Easter is primarily a religious holiday. But in the mainstream consciousness, the day still maintains very old, non-Christian customs, including the legend of the Easter Bunny, a Santa-like rabbit who delivers colored eggs, candy and other treats to well-behaved children. But where did the Easter Bunny myth come…

Cutest Pug Easter Bunny

Sometimes, it's hard to find a real Easter bunny that is cooperative and stays still for photo ops. That's where Clara the Pug Easter Bunny steps in. Nothing's wrong with a stand-in here or there. Clara's got the outfit, cuteness and carrots down pat. The only problem? Maybe Clara thinks she is an actual Easter bunny. In which case, she may get a little upset when her owners or handlers try to take back that costume. Nevertheless, Clara is a sweet, lovable Pug with a huge heart and a Pug-tastic face to match....

In honor of a certain upcoming spring holiday, we thought we'd round up our favorite famous bunnies. Hop to it! http://xml.channel.aol.com/xmlpublisher/fetch.v2.xml?option=expand_relative_urls&dataUrlNodes=uiConfig,feedConfig,localizationConfig,entry&id=862801&pid=862800&uts=1270052094 http://www.aolcdn.com/ke/media_gallery/v1/ke_media_gallery_wrapper.swf Our Favorite Top Ten Famous Bunnies 10. Roger Rabbit An A-List toon from a surreal cinematic world where cartoons and humans coexist, Roger finds himself in a lot of wacky situations in the 1988 blockbuster "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?". Not the least of which is being married to smoking-hot (er, for a cartoon) Jessica Rabbit....

aussiegall,Flickr Yes, baby bunnies are the cutest thing ever. Pet stores, feed stores and even some garden-supply shops are filled with rabbits just waiting to land in an Easter basket. But things don't always work out so well once the rabbits come home. According to some estimates, 90 percent of rabbits brought into American homes for the spring holiday will end up euthanized. Want to keep your new pet from becoming a statistic? Paw Nation checked in with the experts at 3 Bunnies Rabbit Rescue in East Hartford, Conn. to find out what you should consider before you bring home that Easter bunny. Ask yourself these questions: 1. Do you have the room? "People need to realize a rabbit does n...