25 pets of the internet dressed as bunnies because EASTER!

Bunny ears fix everything.
(Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Ancient beliefs about rabbits were peculiar. They were thought to be hermaphroditic and capable of auto-procreation, keeping their virginities intact. Associations to purity and their obvious fertility made them an ideal Christian symbol (virgin births being something of tenet in Christianity). To the credit of the observational skills of ancient humans, rabbits are truly prolific breeders. A female rabbit can become pregnant with a new litter when she's already pregnant with a first batch of rabbits. It's something of an evolutionary game changer and one of the reasons springtime yields an impressive amount of brand new bunnies.

Modern beliefs about bunnies still centre around their fertility, associations with springtime and a more contemporary consensus that they are tastiest when fashioned out of chocolate. They are also the costume choice par excellence for all manner of creature when the goal is to render the wearer more adorable (or more amusing).

In point of fact, we challenge you to not appreciate the cuteness or comedic value of these pets dressed as bunnies. Feast your hungry vernal eyes on:

This spaniel tag team who can't believe the indignity they're being subject to

This black lab who is just not that into spring

The basset hound who has no fight left

These casual professional models for which this is just another day at the dog run

This poster kitty for curmudgeons everywhere

(The Pet Collective)

This resigned pug in a pink bunny jumpsuit

(The Pet Collective)

This guy keeping it meta

(bulldogms.com)

These guinea pigs hiding "eggs" near your plants

(guineapigtoday.com)

This dog who was clearly promised treats to stand at attention in full bunny regalia

(Pinterest)

This boston terrier who will be peeing on something you love shortly

(sharesloth.com)

This baby bulldog who has us calling the city to see how many puppies one can own, legally

(Pinterest)

This Pekinese in a basket who is hopped up on springtime goofballs

(teen.com)

This great dane who's too dumb to hurt anyone even though he could crush your skull

(sharesloth.com)

This ferret who is just happy to be at a photoshoot

(Sharesloth)

This snake who is certain he's tricked the other rabbits and is blending in #notatourist

(neatorama.com)

This boxer going on a walk of shame hoping he doesn't run into anyone he knows

(Sharesloth)

This terrier who is happy to guard the eggs but thinks wearing bunny ears is a bridge too far

(dogtime)

This cat on the grass who feels alienated and disenfranchised

(Hercampus.com)

This sleeping pupperoni who has no idea she's involved in an Easter-themed boudoir photoshoot

(attackofthecute.com)

This lizard bunny who better get the live crickets she was promised

(sarahsbeardeddragonrescue.com)

This bulldog who is not swayed by the ol' carrot on a stick incentive

(Pinterest)

This german shepherd who just wants to help deliver eggs but needs a full address with postal code

(Dogtime)

This french bulldog pup who has mastered the use of weapons grade cute-onium

(Dogtime)

This chihuahua who ordered an extra small and is never shopping online again

(sharesloth.com)

And finally, this bumblebunny. Melt. Note: if you can still breathe while looking at this, you're dead inside.