Fuzzy-Rabbit.com has the answers to those bunny things you have always wondered about....
Welcome to Fuzzy-Rabbit's Rabbit Information website. If you already own a rabbit, Fuzzy-Rabbit can help you learn to interact on a higher level with your rabbit, and help you understand rabbit communications. For potential rabbit owners, have a browse through the information on this site as it can help you understand what to expect when you take on a rabbit as a pet. Rabbits are delicate creatures that need the right care to be happy and healthy. If you are looking for specific information, you can use the search engine or have a look at the site map to locate the information you require. If you don't find the answer to your question,post on our forum.
Please note that fuzzy-rabbit is not affiliated with nor endorses "The Fuzzy Rabbit" pet store
Yes, thats right, rabbits can live inside the house just like a cat or dog. Rabbits love to interact with people and get lonely and bored outside in a cage. See Fuzzy and Thumper's indoor accommodation to get an idea of how you can happily co exist with your furry pals.
|Travelling with your rabbit......|
Rabbits don't like travelling but here are some travel tips to make it smoother for everybun
|Topaz, a hand reared orphaned bunny, has joined the fuzzy-rabbit family.|
Topaz stars in a step by step guide (with photos) to bonding two rabbits.
|Not sure what your rabbit is trying to tell you? |
|Rabbits communicate via body language. This can include ear positioning, nose twitching speed and eye wideness. Find out more in the rabbit behaviour section.
Thumper is a timid rabbit who definately doesn't enjoy the company of people. This is partly due to Thumper being dumped at a shelter when she was 6 months old. Read about Thumper's past and learn how to make friends with your rabbit.
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Don't rabbits just sit around in a cage all day?|
Not at all. Rabbits are crepuscular, meaning they are most active during twilight hours. They spend most of the day asleep and are very very active at around 10pm. Read the behaviour FAQ for more information about rabbit behaviour.
Dislocated hips in rabbits|
Dislocated hips are a common problem with cats and dogs, but did you know that it can happen to rabbits too?
Fuzzy injured her hind leg in November 2003 and the injury escalated to a bilateral hip dislocation, as she had shallow hip joints due to a malformed bone structure. Fortunately hip dislocation in rabbits can be treated, and while it won't ever be 100%, Fuzzy will have pain free mobility. For more information about dislocated hips, X-rays and Fuzzy's ordeal, see Fuzzy's dislocated hips.
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