Happy Easter — Here Are Some Bunnies In Cups Videos

Did your Easter basket show up with no Easter Bunny?  Watch some adorable “Bunnies in Cups” videos, a lesser known youtube meme.

First, the original “Two Bunnies in Cups.”

Next, even more cute, with “two bunnies in cups while listening to ‘Popcorn.’

Finally, “Two Bunnies in Cups, Techno Remix!”

Photo: youtube screen grab


Beryl F.
Beryl Furman6 years ago

What could be a better proof of people's miserable understanding on animals, who they really are!?
These poor babye's probably don't get away from the disgusting stupid pots. And when they try top get some information by sniffing, it isn't FUNNY! It is mean to keep them captured in a sterile human enviroment. And the rap-version shows the total lack of respect for animals. Their habitus is far away from this urban hysterical and junky music . DISGUSTING DISGUSTING!

Monica D.
Monica D7 years ago

Very cute!

KrassiAWAY B.
Krasimira B7 years ago


Lisa Zarafonetis
Lisa Z7 years ago

Absolutely precious!!! Shared on Facebook :)

Loo Samantha
Loo sam7 years ago

so cute, thanks for sharing.

Armand B.
Past Member 7 years ago

TU. There aren't too many things as adorable as baby bunnies...baby sheep being an exception of course.

caterina c.

...Yes...Easter is not great holiday for them..!!!!.

Rita De Ferrary
Rita De Ferrary7 years ago

This has to be one of the most disgusting videos I have seen for Easter and sends a message that 'buying" Easter bunnies for the entertainment of humans is ok. These bunnies are clearly not having the ball that the humans are having watching them stress by being in containers meant for drinks, not live animals. In addition baby rabbits don't like loud noise, it scares them.

Baby bunnies, and chicks too, are typically bought for adornments for the Easter week or Day so that people can have a laugh or smile, so that children can play with them until they tire of them....and then what happens?

They grow into adults and demand care that most Easter buyers are unwilling or unable to give. Most are left in their little cages outside alone, neglected and often sitting in their own waste because the children they were bought for do not have the responsibility factor to care for these live gifts. The parents often do not have the time or expect that children perform this task.

They are disposable entertainment. The great majority end up being released by people thinking they can fend for themselves, or being brought to animal shelters that already have their hands full with dogs, cats, kittens and puppies.



Don't be fooled by cutesy pictures and videos. This is a huge problem and Easter is no great holiday for them.

gerlinde p.
gerlinde p7 years ago

very cute, thanks

rene davis
irene davis7 years ago

thank you.