Rabbits are highly social animals that form strong bonds with their human caregivers and fellow furry friends, making them wonderful companions.
Watch in awe as your bunny does joyful leaps called "binkies," expressing their happiness and contentment.
Bunnies communicate through body language, and a joyful binky or a flop can convey their emotions, showing trust and comfort.
Rabbits' teeth never stop growing, so they love to chew to keep them in check. Provide safe chew toys to satisfy their gnawing instincts.
Pet rabbits thrive on a diet of hay, fresh vegetables, and occasional treats. Their herbivorous palate keeps them healthy and happy.
Those long ears serve a purpose! They help rabbits detect sounds and identify potential dangers, making them cautious and alert.
Rabbits love to dig and create cozy burrows, expressing their natural instincts for comfort and security.
Just like humans, each rabbit has a distinct personality. Some may be playful and adventurous, while others may be more reserved and shy.
Believe it or not, rabbits can be trained! They can learn tricks and use a litter box with some patience and positive reinforcement.