Sep 9, 2015 ... Just like cats, rabbits can use their ears to signal things to other rabbits. ... while
ears that are turned backwards indicate a more annoyed rabbit (unless the ...
Rabbits do not tolerate heat very well, so keeping an eye on the ...
To some extent, a rabbit's body position and the direction its ears are facing are ...
What They Do: Rabbit turns its back to you, lies down, and folds its ears all the ...
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
Rabbits organize their warrens according to a specific hierarchy that ... the
second rabbit will generally commence to licking the dominant's forehead and
ears. ... Rabbits do like to climb on furniture and will sometimes greet you from
the back of ... the rabbit will let you know by hopping away from you and turning
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.
Bunnies can learn little tricks to test your patience, like refusing to go in their
bedroom area ... 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
Some rabbits like their chins scratched, some like their bellies petted; almost all
rabbits like ... (My rabbits do not like this very much, but some rabbits love it.) ...
Start to stroke the rabbit's head and ears with one hand while keeping the other ...
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
The "being angry in the cage" behavior is normal behavior when rabbits are
locked up. ... in their eye and ear position (back) [see also digging, noise,
throwing things]. ... Be loving and gentle and keep you hands away from the front
end. ... Eventually start picking bunny up and if you do this enough bunny will get
used to ...
Head tilt in rabbits may also be known as wry neck, torticollis, or vestibular
disease. ... There are multiple causes of head tilt, and these affect either the inner
ear, .... make sure the rabbit is on a soft surface and turned from side to side
multiple ... result in secondary bacterial infections, so keep the anal area clean