Category: Behavior

Bonding Rabbits

Does My Bunny Need a Parter? There is no denying the benefits of allowing your rabbit to interact with and live with others of his own species. Rabbits naturally live in groups for security. For an animal who relies on others for warnings of danger, a single rabbit may feel stripped of all his defenses. […]

“Aggressive” Behavior from Heather’s Perspective

We never use the term aggressive here at the rescue. It is negative and creates a fear and distance right from the start. The rabbits are usually opinionated and almost always misunderstood. Negative behaviors include but are not limited to charging, biting, and boxing. Rabbits are prey animals and usually waiting for something to happen in […]


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