Are You Ready to go down the rabbit hole?
Owning your own business is a huge responsibility that not everyone is prepared for. Are you sure you’re ready to go down the rabbit hole? I’ve stayed away from drugs and alcohol since coming to college. I have an addictive personality, so I decided to just avoid going down that rabbit hole altogether.
Why does a baby rabbit not like being picked up?
Unfortunately many baby rabbits miss out on this socialisation before they go to their new home, or they may have bad experiences later on that make them fear being picked up. When a rabbit kicks out and tries to stop you picking him up, it’s because he is frightened.
Why do rabbits mark their territory when neutered?
If you have multiple rabbits but they don’t live together, you may find that your rabbit marks even when neutered, particularly along the boundaries between enclosures. This is because there is a rival and they feel the need to make it very clear where their territory is.
Why does a male rabbit spray the female rabbit?
Males spray females during courtship, and sometimes rabbits will express their love for a human companion with a jet of urine – who needs flowers and chocolate! Neutering is essential to good litter habits.
Is the myth about’touching baby rabbit will cause’?
It doesn’t take long for the rabbits to get old enough to leave the nest so it’s a temporary hassle. While it is a myth that they will reject them because you touched them, it isn’t a myth that if you disturb the nest and move them too far afield that their parents will not return until it is too late.
Why do people think a rabbit abandoned its baby?
A lot of people find rabbit nests and think the mother abandoned the babies because they don’t see the mother. The mother is usually nearby watching. They only go to the nest a few times a day to nurse.
What to do if your Bunny can’t get up?
Call a rabbit savvy vet, explain your situation and the bunny’s symptoms, and hopefully they will haveva payment plan option. I would consider this an emergency. Call a rabbit savvy vet, explain your situation and the bunny’s symptoms, and hopefully they will haveva payment plan option.
Why does my Bunny keep laying on its side?
It could be caused by a number of things (genetic, infection, etc.). Nothing you could buy from the store would fix this. Your bunny needs to see a vet. Only a vet will be able to properly diagnose her and prescribe medication (if needed). Is there a house rabbit society or shelter near you?