Asked By: Dominic Powell Date: created: Apr 11 2021

Can you keep two sister rabbits together

Answered By: Juan Hill Date: created: Apr 14 2021

We find that the best combination of rabbits is a male and female that have both been neutered.

Adopting a brother and sister is ideal as they already know each other so are less likely to fight.

Other combinations of rabbits can also live happily together, if they are introduced correctly and neutered..

Asked By: Morgan Green Date: created: Dec 24 2020

Can you bond a baby rabbit with an older rabbit

Answered By: Isaiah Wilson Date: created: Dec 25 2020

Before attempting to introduce a baby bunny to an adult, make sure the grown rabbit is spayed or neutered. Trying to bond a baby with an intact adult rabbit is just asking for trouble. … Once an intact baby bunny hits puberty, he or she can undergo serious behavioral changes and make life difficult for the older rabbit.

Asked By: Adam Smith Date: created: Oct 19 2020

Can two bunnies live in the same cage

Answered By: Ralph Perry Date: created: Oct 22 2020

They will be much happier living in pairs or compatible groups, and will become very lonely if kept on their own. It is easiest if rabbits are kept together from birth, but rabbits less than 12 weeks old will usually live together happily. The best combination is a neutered male and a neutered female.

Asked By: Matthew Barnes Date: created: Sep 08 2021

What is the minimum cage size for a rabbit

Answered By: Timothy Anderson Date: created: Sep 09 2021

A good minimum size cage is 30”x30”x24” for a rabbit who is approximately 5-6 pounds at adult size. Obviously, if your rabbit is bigger, a larger cage is needed. If you have a baby bunny, think about how big he will get when he is grown up!

Asked By: Alex Russell Date: created: Jul 25 2021

How do I know if my rabbit mate is successful

Answered By: Cyrus Wright Date: created: Jul 26 2021

Signs of success: the grunt and fall-off. The buck might also get all macho, and thump the cage floor a couple times. Occasionally, a buck will fire and yet miss. It might look every bit like a breeding, however he will not have hit the mark.

Asked By: Juan Walker Date: created: Aug 30 2021

Will 2 female rabbits fight

Answered By: Harold Clark Date: created: Aug 31 2021

Even though female rabbits do not fight like male rabbits do, two or more females are still capable of fighting with one another. One neutered male and one spayed female usually get along better than two females or two males. Separate your rabbits as soon as possible if they begin to fight.

Asked By: Isaac Gray Date: created: May 17 2021

Why would 2 female rabbits fight

Answered By: Kevin Wood Date: created: May 18 2021

2. They are competing for territory. In a house where they are allowed to roam freely, female rabbits will usually get along well. However, two female rabbits will fight endlessly if they are in one cage, especially if it is inadequately sized and has little room to roam.

Asked By: Austin Alexander Date: created: Feb 21 2021

Can you keep 3 rabbits together

Answered By: David Martinez Date: created: Feb 22 2021

Keep rabbits that don’t get along apart. Just because rabbits don’t get along in the same cage, that doesn’t mean that their cages cannot be kept near each other. When each has its own territory, they may enjoy a close proximity. Fortunately, you can mix different breeds of rabbits, usually without any conflict.

Asked By: Alexander Long Date: created: Feb 23 2021

Will female rabbits kill each other

Answered By: Matthew Young Date: created: Feb 23 2021

Unfortunately, sometimes rabbits may fight until one kills the other. This is much more common with male rabbits. However, female rabbits may occasionally fight to the death. This is much more likely to happen when one rabbit is of a much larger breed than the other one.

Asked By: Bernard Rodriguez Date: created: Oct 22 2021

Can two female rabbits have babies in the same cage

Answered By: Geoffrey Coleman Date: created: Oct 23 2021

Rabbits who are about to give birth will pull their fur out to make a nest. If any of the female rabbits are missing fur, she is likely the mother. … In that case, the male should be separated, and the mothers can stay together because it will be impossible to tell which baby belongs to which rabbit.

Asked By: Cody Coleman Date: created: Dec 04 2020

How many rabbits should be in a cage

Answered By: Bruce Mitchell Date: created: Dec 05 2020

One to two medium sized rabbits will need a cage/hutch space of at least 12 square feet, combined with a run of at least 27 square feet. The front of the hutch should be long enough for two rabbits to lie down end-to-end.

Asked By: Zachary Bryant Date: created: Nov 18 2021

Do rabbits like to be held

Answered By: Bruce Hernandez Date: created: Nov 21 2021

Most rabbits love to be cuddled and stroked when approached in the right way. Few like being held or carried as being so high up from the ground makes them feel insecure, however, many will happily sit on your lap or snuggle up next to you for a cuddle.

Asked By: Alejandro Perez Date: created: Apr 14 2021

Is it cruel to have one rabbit

Answered By: Bryan Martinez Date: created: Apr 16 2021

While rabbits do need time on their own occasionally, they dislike being alone. This is why rabbits are so often sold and kept in bonded pairs. Rabbits are social animals, so a single rabbit is likely to feel lonely and depressed. … It’s always advisable to keep rabbits in pairs.

Asked By: Eric Watson Date: created: Jan 20 2022

Why do rabbits fall over after mating

Answered By: Timothy Robinson Date: created: Jan 20 2022

It appears to be a strange mating behavior when rabbits fall off at the end of mating, but it is common in rabbits. Rabbits generally grunt and fall and do so as a sign of success. Another reason for this behavior is that they fall off because their front feet lack the ability to grip.

Asked By: Jason Smith Date: created: Dec 28 2020

Do Rabbits eat their babies if you touch them

Answered By: Richard Baker Date: created: Dec 29 2020

If they’re gaining weight (1/4 oz. or so), they’re being fed. You can handle the babies even if the mother doesn’t know you. Domestic rabbits are not that concerned over human smells. Rabbits are not prone to cannibalism, as many people think.

Asked By: Miles Ward Date: created: Apr 20 2021

Do the first litter of bunnies usually die

Answered By: Ronald Adams Date: created: Apr 21 2021

According to the University of Miami, a rabbit will give birth to 1-14 kits in her first litter, with the average being 6. It’s unlikely that all of these baby rabbits will survive. A first-time mother may fail to care for her young, so you must ensure that kits are kept warm and well-fed.

Asked By: Jacob Smith Date: created: Jan 05 2021

Is it better to have one bunny or two

Answered By: Walter Perry Date: created: Jan 06 2021

When you do pair them, make sure you get it right. Barring the odd rogue rabbit that likes the lonely life, rabbits generally benefit from the company of other rabbits. They will often be far happier and content with a mate. … Take your time to get a new mate, or even better, buy two rabbits from the start.

Asked By: Thomas Murphy Date: created: Nov 25 2020

Should you cover a rabbit cage at night

Answered By: Evan Brown Date: created: Nov 28 2020

No, rabbits need good air circulation or they are at risk of getting respiratory infections which can be fatal. Make sure you never cover their cage. However, they do like to hide at times. … I have mine in a shed so the hutch door is always open and the rabbits can run around at night.

Asked By: Austin Howard Date: created: Mar 25 2021

How many rabbits can live together

Answered By: Christopher Hughes Date: created: Mar 27 2021

two rabbitsAs a rule of thumb, neutered male rabbits tend to live best with spayed female rabbits. Care requirements for two rabbits. Although it is nice to have two rabbits housed together, it does not necessarily mean that there will be less work.

Asked By: Isaiah Hill Date: created: Nov 14 2020

Can rabbits die of loneliness

Answered By: Timothy Coleman Date: created: Nov 15 2020

This answer would be- Yes. rabbits are very closely associated with their mate. It has been found that if they lose their partner or their partner dies, they suffer severe emotional trauma, which can result in them not being mentally healthy. … A lonely rabbit being in this condition can cause it to die.

Asked By: Dennis Phillips Date: created: Sep 19 2021

Will a buck rabbit kill its babies

Answered By: Hugh Rogers Date: created: Sep 19 2021

Males will probably not hurt the babies, but he can impregnate the female again, even on the day she gives birth. Not only can he impregnate the mother rabbit; he will also impregnate the female offspring as soon as they mature.

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