And remember, rabbits are not animals that can simply be put into a cage or hutch and left on their own, especially if you only have one. Glad to hear your bunny is happy I have 2 rabbits they live indoors and have a indoor hutch I can't leave them to roam free as we have 2 cats and a dog. Our kids had bunnies but we haven't owned one in many years. She attached more to my husband because the dog attached to me, so if we pay attention to the opposite, both get a jealous attitude. This is an ad network.
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Does anyone know a website that has those happy bunny sayings?
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Trixie could have her ears rubbed all day long. Unfortunately the most I can offer by way of advice is the treat training, where you give your buns a specific treat that they love only when they go back into their hutch. Our rabbits chase each other around and one keeps thumping, but there doesn't seem to be any other sign of aggression, they cuddle and groom each other often and are fine most of the time but these encounters are worrying us, any ideas please? They are as affectionate and attention seeking as puppies yet somehow independent like cats. This means you just need to spend more time with them on their terms not picking them up or trying to cuddle, just be there, let them smell you and investigate. This is used to prevent bots and spam.