Name of Business: BinkyBunny (BinkyBunny.com)
Links for Business: www.BinkyBunny.com
Contact info: e-mail and whatever else you wish to include: Info@binkybunny.com
What do you sell? Hay, Pellets, Treats, Toys, Books, Playhouses, "Surrogate" Bunnies (which is basically a real looking toy bunny to help keep single real bunnies company if need be).
Do you have any holiday specials, gifts, cards or other items available? We have a Seasonal Section that includes Holiday Binky Bag, along with some other seasonal themed items like a willow candy cane, soft tree and star chews, Vine Star, etc.
Describe your business: And educational and community based site that offer tips and tricks for living with house rabbits. It's supported by a great store that offers products that cater to rabbit health and behavior. (Though other animals like guinea pigs, chins and even cats have enjoyed some of our products!) We love rabbits and all of their goofy and yet challenging behaviors that make them wonderfully rabbity! If a rabbit is happy, healthy and distracted from chewing on "people" stuff, then humans are happy too. So it's a win win.
When should people order by for Xmas delivery? This depends on which shipping method they choose and where they live:
: East Coast - Thursday the 16th
West Coast Sunday the 18thFedEx Smartpost - (passed --Tuesday the 14th)Hawaii, Canada, AlaskaUSPS Parcel Post - (passed) Tuesday the 14thUSPS Priority International - Thursday the 16thUSPS Priority - Monday the 20th
Tell us a little about your own bunny/bunnies: Currently, I have one bunny, Vivian, who I adopted from SaveABunny.org. We lost our beautiful bunny Jack in May due to cancer and we miss him terribly. He was sort of our BinkyBunny mascot, but more importantly he was just a wonderful bunny who represented the "second chance" that rescue bunnies need. I also adopted him from SaveABunny.org and he would lunge and bite, but I knew that big lug of a bunny had a soft spot and it was all fear based, and that a little extra love and attention would soften him up. And it did. : ) He became a fun loving goofy character that found a special place in my heart. Vivian is a character as well and has a bit of a Vivatude. Her huffs and lunges may have played a part as to why she was in shelters and then at the rescue for two years, but like Jack, she is a big huffin' bluffer, and will just melt at being pet. She helped comfort Jack when he was sick by allowing him to lean on her, and she would stay by his side during his the harder times. I love rescue bunnies because you can see how resilient they are and how much they can come out of their shell with patience and love.
Are you an organization that helps rabbits such as a rescue? Feel free to elaborate how this organization helps bunnies. I volunteered for many years for SaveABunny.org and I really miss doing more hands on volunteer work, but we moved further away from SaveABunny, and then as our business grew, my time became extremely restricted. So we try and help out in other ways.
We help via our affiliate program. A rescue can sign up to be an affiliate and link to our site and receive a percentage of profits from those that were referenced from their site to ours.
Do you help out rabbit rescues through donations, volunteer time or anything like that?. I think I incorporated this in the above answer. :)
If you do help out organizations, feel free to describe it more and to give them a plug also.
|Both of these photos show Vivian caring for Jack when he was sick|
|Jack playing in a box!|
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