They are listening all around. The animal is listening to the sounds around itself
and other rabbits around the warren. The animals need to keep moving their ...
Rabbit Behavior. Rabbits ... Both ears up with inside of ear facing forward -
friendly, happy bunny. Inside of ears turned outward - getting annoyed. One ear
... Moves away from you flicking its back feet - you have causes annoyance.
but you can certainly understand why rabbits do what they do. ... As it turns out,
what all rabbits want more than anything is respect and affection, and ... Lop-
eared rabbits will move their ears in a manner consistent with what uppy eared
Jun 9, 2010 ... Sitting like a ball with legs tucked in or front toes just showing, ears at rest or half
... Rabbits can sleep with their eyes open but some rabbits may twitch their ...
usually thinking about what to do next and is often a prelude to grooming. ...
Turning its back on you or moving away, flicking hind feet out behind it
In the wild, rabbits have plenty to keep them occupied, from foraging to ...
Although typically very quiet, rabbits do communicate vocally, with varying types
of ... Rabbits stand upright on their hind legs to give themselves a better vantage
point to ...
Their ears are both expressive and inquisitive. ... or to show their disapproval if
they do not want to be handled – means “leave me alone” ... Your rabbit is
dashing about the room, kicking up her heels and making 180-degree turns in
Bunnies can learn little tricks to test your patience, like refusing to go in their
bedroom area at ... to or go in areas they know are out of bounds the minute your
back is turned. ... in different directions, (something all rabbits should have the
space to do!) ... Keep placing soiled hay/droppings into the tray and in no time at
Feb 23, 2016 ... Any bunny rabbit owner will instantly know when there is something wrong with
their pet. ... Anybody who does have a bunny rabbit/s needs to be aware of the
various ... Excess shaking of rabbits head; Constant scratching of ears; Hair loss
.... Giving them a fresh supply of hay each day should keep them in ...
resist), give psychological treats—a head, ear, eye rub or a ½ inch slice of carrot
... There are several theories as to why rabbits are attracted to phone cords,
antenna cords ... Gnawing on wood is not necessary to keep a rabbit's constantly
growing teeth .... complain about food and water bowls being turned upside down
Note that rabbits also often prepare to clean their ears by hitting their paws
together. ... rabbit world. The little lagomorphs often do it for hours on end, and it's
not limited to cleaning their faces. ... Is Turning a Bunny on Its Back Bad for Them