The Brooklyn Bunny Cam: Meet Roebling the Rabbit

Jamie’s Team Pick:

I love the idea of adopting a pet rabbit, especially after reading Stories Rabbits Tell, but I never thought my cats would be welcoming roommates. Furtunately, someone else in Brooklyn has been kind enough to document their bunny, Roebling, for me and created BKLYN Bunny. Now you can watch the live streaming Brooklyn Bunny cam providing video of Roebling the rabbit being adorably rabbity all day long.

Most of the time I’m on the internet I read stories  like the one about a lesbian being told she can’t buy a wedding dress, so watching bunnies can be a very relaxing distraction.

Here are a couple screenshots:

Cuddled up for bed


Bath time


Snack time!


Roebling relaxing


Also, they have a pretty cute logo so check out what they have for sale over at their shop.

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Jamie J. Hagen

Jamie lives in Boston and is currently a PhD student in Global Governance and Human Security at the University of Massachusetts Boston. She is a freelance writer and also a team associate for the Boston chapter of Hollaback!.

Jamie has written 76 articles for us.


  1. This bunny reminds me of this one guinea pig that I almost adopted. He had the eyeliner eyes too, except he looked like even more smudged, like Jared Leto after a 30 seconds to Mars show and a good cry. Seriously, does life get any better than emo rodents?

    (Yeah, it does. It’s a big ass cat called Moos who lives with me. Duh.)

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