fear inside your rabbit.
Imagine that all your ancestors while alive, all they did was try to keep alive. Huge monsters chased after them, to make them into a nice meal…or a fuzzy warm winter coat! What would you think of these monsters? Wouldn’t you be scared
That is how it is for rabbits. Even though your fuzzy friend has come down a long line of domesticated rabbits, it still has the instinct to be scared of things
bigger then it, such as a human. So how do you breech this scared moment in your bunny’s life where it will be comfortable around you? The first thing you should know is that rabbits HATE loud noises, so avoid that. You should be calm and
friendly… don’t squeeze your rabbit… I know it’s super cute but try your best not to…you know what huge snakes do before they eat their prey right?… try not to be mistaken for a giant snake!!! If you move fast or aggressively around your rabbit, you’ll instantly, in their eyes become a scary hungry predator. Make sure that your rabbit’s home whether it is a cage or hutch, is in a quiet and
Rabbits don’t just see the humans in your house as a predator… they see your bigger animals too, such as a dog or a cat. Make sure that you either introduce the two slowly… you don’t want your puppy, no matter how playful it is to jump on the
bunny and try to make friends… the rabbit will just think it’s trying to eat it.
It depends really on how your animal is around other smaller animals… Is it aggressive? Overly nice? Calm and relaxed? Just think back on how your dog or cat acted to small animals around them… being a cat for the dog or a mouse for the cat. If they are aggressive, don’t just hope they will be nice because the rabbit is just a baby. Keep them apart if that needs to be done.
So be a friend to your bunny .
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