You obviously have heard some sounds from your rabbit. Either when he was playing, when he was in your lap and you were petting him, when you reach into his cage…etc. But what do they mean?
If your rabbit made this sound it means:
Purring or clicking: contentment. He is a happy camper!!! Are you petting him? Letting him just lay on your lap? Well he’s enjoying it!
Loud tooth grinding or crunching sounds: he’s in pain or he’s showing a sign of being threatening. There is a difference though between a rabbit’s grinding of their teeth in a contentment way and in a aggressive or pain way. When the rabbit is happy, the grinding will be soft and mild. When he is in pain it’s really loud. You might want to check what’s going on, so that if it’s serious you can act on it.
Sniff, wheeze or nasal sounds: he is annoyed. It also can mean friendly communication.. What’s the circumstance?
Is your child chasing it? Or are you watching it play and run?
Grunting: stressed or angry.
Growling: aggressive of threatening.
Scream: extreme fear or pain. If you go to pick
your bunny up and it screams it could meant that you scared it half to death or that it is in extreme pain. You might want to check things out, it could be
Now that you know what some of the sound that your bunny makes means you’ll know what they’re feeling or thinking. Have a bunny- tastic day!!!
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