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Easter With Father Rabbit


Easter With Father Rabbit

In this rather commercial time of year, when it seems like everyone’s “putting a rabbit on it” and calling it Easter, it’s important to reflect on those hard working rabbits who’ve been busy all year round being, well... hard working rabbits. A certain member of the Leporidae family springs to our minds - Father Rabbit, of course.

Father Rabbit has been busy preparing for his day in the spotlight and is quite delighted by the somewhat early occurrence of Easter in the 2013 calendar, giving him time to show of his garden patch in its best light. He’s getting ready to welcome close friends and celebrate this important occasion on the Rabbit’s annual social schedule. Enjoy this pick of products for Easter from Father Rabbit....

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