In the wild, rabbits would spend their time digging, running, jumping, rearing up, hiding, eating, socialising with other rabbits (and being alone sometimes too). To allow your pet rabbits to carry out their natural behaviours they need to be given plenty to do. We...
Following on from the popular part 1, here are some more easy ideas to jazz up your bunnies accommodation. Remember, a happy and occupied rabbit is a healthy rabbit!
Rabbits need lots of stimulation to keep their body and mind active. In the wild, their constant search for food and look out for predators keeps them pretty busy, but our pet bunnies feel far more secure at home and tend to have regular meal times.
Even though Christmas is behind us, so far the weather has been very mild – but that is likely to change. It’s important that you get your rabbits outdoor enclosures ready for winter before the weather turns nasty