Continuing with the Critters Weekly magazine concept, we examine the profitability of the Bong Bunny as a rewarding family pet. Economic times are tough these days, so that's why more families are considering bringing a Bong Bunny into their home. For maximum results, plan to adopt your little Bong Bunny while it's still young enough to be a useful money-generating commodity for Disney. They'll carefully cultivate a squeaky clean image for it, teach it to sing and dance, then slap its brand image all every conceivable trinket your kid could ever want. Once your Bong Bunny grows older, it loses its baby fur and soon grows scraggly and rebellious. Fear not however, there is still plenty of money to be made through scandal as long as you enthusiastically encourage your Bong Bunny to engage in lucrative activities such as pole dancing, leaking sexy photos (complete with duck face of course!) of itself on the Internet, bong smokin' and displaying its shapely bunny tail to old drooling baboons in the audience. The Bong Bunny doesn't require much parental supervision, so it makes an easy pet for busy families. Medium: digital illustration.