My neighbor got a new bunny for her 6 year old child, Amelia (it was a birthday present for her), I've seen their habitat and it is HORRIBLE, the poor bunny lives in a petstore cage uses a water bottle, is on a ALL PELLET DIET, no toys, no hay, the bunny is 2 months old, a grayish/blue holland lop (Name is Sophie), she looks super cute, but is really skittish around people. The first week Amelia got the bunny she attempted a few times to cuddle with the bun, the rabbit kept kicking her and biting her on the arm, now she barely remembers to feed Sophie, because the the rabbit won't "play" with her. Yesterday the Mom attempted to clean out Sophie's cage, the rabbit darted under the sofa and wouldn't come out of it for 4 hours, the mom ended DRAGGING the rabbit in the cage by the hind legs and literally THREW her in the cage. Today I saw her limping around the cage trying to eat and drink from her tiny water bottle, and nobody even NOTICED or CARED. I'm really worried about Sophie and her current condition, I want to tell my neighbors how to take proper care of the rabbit, but I don't want to sound rude or anything, but I really need to help this rabbit. Does anyone know how to help this rabbit and how to tell my neighbors how to take proper care of this bun ?