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You Can Hit This Pet Cafe in Negros If You’re on a Short Holiday Trip

Time for a quick trip with kids? Check out this kid-friendly rabbit farm in Negros!

By: Shanice Reyes | September 01, 2021
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Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm

Find out why this place is a gem for animal lovers this holiday season!

Image: Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm Facebook Page

When people think of cute animals, rabbits usually make it to the list. Commonly known for their attractive and energetic characteristics, these furry long-eared animals make great pets for children and adults alike. If you want a closer look and experience with these friendly creatures, here’s good news for you: Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm is now open once again!

Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm is a kid-friendly pet cafe in Talisay City that allows visitors to play and interact with rabbits. While the children enjoy the rabbits’ company, you can savor a cup of coffee under the trees. Since it’s perfect for day trippers, visiting the rabbit farm is a new way to celebrate a unique holiday trip with the family without needing a long weekend away from home. Read on and see why Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm should be on your list of holiday destinations to visit before the year ends.

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The bunnies at Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm are always ready to pose for a picture!

Image: Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm Facebook Page

A great place to take the kids, Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm, has bunnies everywhere—in cages, on the ground, and even on coffee tables! Once you arrive, the owner of the pet cafe will give you a tour of the rabbit farm. When going around the farm, remember to watch your every step as rabbits roam the grounds. Like in their natural habitat, you will get to see rabbits run and jump around or even dig holes in the garden.

The kid-friendly cafe also has a large area with several bunny enclosures under the trees where guests can interact with rabbits. At Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm, you can watch the bunnies up close and take lots of photos with them.

Safe Practices at the Rabbit Farm

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A sign at the farm reminding guests to wear their masks

Image: Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm Facebook Page

Though rabbits are easy to take care of, they get stressed quickly. After a particular time of interaction with people, they are put back into their enclosures to rest. Before interacting and petting the rabbits, guests are strongly encouraged to wash their hands at the handwashing area. And while there is still a pandemic in the country, wearing face masks inside the rabbit farm is also mandatory.

One of the best gifts you can give your loved ones this Christmas is to take them to open spaces where they can interact with adorable animals. This holiday, have some fun with the kids in nature and celebrate uniquely at Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm!

Kape Kuneho Rabbit Farm is located at Barangay Concepcion, Talisay City, Negros Occidental. The pet cafe is open from Monday to Saturday from 6:00 AM to 5:00 PM, and on Sunday from 9:00AM to 5:00PM. You may follow their Facebook page,, to know about their latest updates.

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Stay safe as you travel! Make sure to follow social distancing protocols and observe health precautions wherever you go. For now, keep safe!

This article was originally published in Yoorekka on November 03, 2020.
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About Shanice Reyes
Shanice Reyes writes to buy herself good coffee and bike parts. When she's not writing, you can find her playing Ultimate Frisbee, traveling to new places, or hanging out with her dogs and tarantulas. Though she has an irrational fear of heights, she'd love to try sky-diving one day.
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