A Washington rabbit rescue is offering at-home bunny therapy (PHOTOS)

Dec 2 2020, 8:34 pm

If you’ve been struggling with mental health over the past few months, you’re not alone.

According to a new study, 18 to 34 year-oldsĀ haveĀ reportedĀ the greatest declines in their mental health during the pandemic.

As a way to help alleviate some of the stressors in your life, you can now hang out with therapy bunnies, thanks to Blue Clover Rabbitry.

The rabbitry, located in Kent,Ā raises Holland lop bunnies, bees, and chickens.

Before their bunnies can be adopted, they must be socialized. One of the best ways to do so is by bringing them to adult family homes for therapy sessions with the residents.

Blue Clover Rabbitry offers only private bunny therapy sessions or contactless in-home sessions due to current coronavirus restrictions.

Contactless in-home bunny sessions are currently 50% off and allow you to snuggle bunnies in the safety of your home. Bunnies will be delivered in a sanitized basket with treats and blankets at the start time of your therapy session. Enjoy cuddling and taking pictures with these precious baby bunnies until it’s time for the bunnies to go.

At the end of your session, have the bunnies ready to go and waiting outside your front door. Pricing is based on location.

Private bunny therapy sessions at Bun Mansion or at homes will be open in Phase 3 and need to be requested in advance.

Pricing will depend on the location of the event as well as the day of the week. Due to CDC regulations, a maximum of 10 people can attend a private session at Bun Mansion. One hour sessions are $160 during the weekdays and $225 on weekends. Off-site therapy sessions range in price depending on location and day of the week.

Those interested in booking bunny therapy can do so online.

Alyssa TherrienAlyssa Therrien

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