im reading that now! I love it but in a weird way"Watership Down" by Richard Adams.
It's just fiction, with rabbits as protagonists, but despite some inaccuracies I think it's a great book to get used to the idea that there's much more going in those little heads than than what meets the eye.
I would read the book but I have a list of 191+ books that I want to read, so watching the show was helpful without having to read the book. I actually prefer reading books before watching the movie, but at the time my friend recommended watching it I didn't know there were books. If I find the time I will read it.Don't know what show, or, actually much about shows on Netflix, but I would say read the book, I don't recommend watching the movie first.
Yes. That was me. It was in the late 80's when I got my first rabbit. Not sure if this was the case at the time, but it seemed to me that keeping a rabbit indoors was relatively a new idea then.Personally, I was disappointed with the House Rabbit Handbook, but maybe that's because I had been reading up on rabbits for over a year before I read the book. It seems more oriented towards people who are completely new to house rabbits as a concept.