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Proper Bunny Care!
Family & Kids
HOW TO PET A BUNNY WITHOUT SCARING IT:
You must understand rabbits can be very scared when people pet them. They are a prey animals so if you pet them from behind, they will think they are being attacked. Show your hand to them, then pet them. DON'T pet under the head.
FEEDING YOUR BUNNY PROPERLY:
Hay is 90% of their diet, the rest is rabbit food. Feed your rabbit once a day with rabbit food, and make sure to have enough hay in their cage for the entire day. If running low refill.
Make sure to get a big cage, they need enough room to walk around and to have a litter box, water bowl, and food bowl. The cage they should have is 42-28 inch, or 48-30 inch cage. A dog cage is best for a rabbit. Make sure to have a cardboard box in there so they have somewhere to hid.
Make sure to give your rabbit the attention it needs. They need to be loved, and they can get bored just like us. NEVER leave a bunny alone for a weekend, find a bunny sitter. They also need to be let out of their cage often.
Rabbits do not show signs of sickness until it's almost to late. That's why you can't leave a rabbit on its own for a weekend. Consider how much the medical bill will be before getting a rabbit.
DONT USE WATER BOTTLES:
If a rabbit has a water bottle, it's only getting one DROP at a time. They don't get much water out at a time. Imagine only drinking tiny, tiny sips. That would be pure torture .