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Pairs & Groups of Rabbits

Rabbits are sociable creatures and should ideally live in a bonded pair. They should all be neutered and the best match is a male and a female of a similar age…
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Our pets bring us so much joy and unconditional love each and every day, so we must make sure we always return the favour and provide them with the same love and kindness! 💞 Remember, rabbits are a 10-year commitment to us, but we are their entire life 🐰🐰
Hoppy National Love Your Pet Day! 🥰❤️🐰
Our pets bring us so much joy and unconditional love each and every day, so we must make sure we always return the favour and provide them with the same love and kindness! 💞 Remember, rabbits are a 10-year commitment to us, but we are their entire life 🐰🐰
Rabbits can make lifelong, loving bonds, but they are also very territorial, meaning that introducing a new bun into your rabbit’s environment can be troublesome. Not all buns are compatible, which is why the bonding process is vital for a harmonious relationship 🫶 For information and advice on bonding your buns, please visit our website.
Bonding Your Bunnies 🥰💞
Rabbits can make lifelong, loving bonds, but they are also very territorial, meaning that introducing a new bun into your rabbit’s environment can be troublesome. Not all buns are compatible, which is why the bonding process is vital for a harmonious relationship 🫶 For information and advice on bonding your buns, please visit our website.
Rabbits are very social creatures at heart, and love to be part of larger groups. Here are 3 great reasons why rabbits should be kept in pairs/groups: 🐰 Companionship reduces loneliness and depression. 🐰🐰 They like to snuggle up together for warmth at night and in colder months. 🐰🐰🐰 Rabbits are prey animals, so they feel naturally safer and more relaxed in numbers, therefore easing stress levels. And finally, one bun is never enough – who can resist a fluffle of rabbits?! 😍 Raising Rabbits For Meat, Meat Rabbits, Bunny Rabbits, Homesteading Diy Projects, Homesteading Skills, Rabbit Diet, Rabbit Eating, Backyard Poultry, Chickens Backyard
Why should rabbits be kept with neutered companions? 🐰💛🐰
Rabbits are very social creatures at heart, and love to be part of larger groups. Here are 3 great reasons why rabbits should be kept in pairs/groups: 🐰 Companionship reduces loneliness and depression. 🐰🐰 They like to snuggle up together for warmth at night and in colder months. 🐰🐰🐰 Rabbits are prey animals, so they feel naturally safer and more relaxed in numbers, therefore easing stress levels. And finally, one bun is never enough – who can resist a fluffle of rabbits?! 😍
Did you know that rabbits like to snuggle up to each other to stay warm? That’s another bunderful reason why rabbits should always be kept in compatible neutered pairs or groups 🐰❤🐰 Rabbit Care, Pet Rabbit, Never Be Alone, Baby It S Cold Outside, Neuter, Rabbits, Snuggles, Stay Warm, The Outsiders
Baby it’s cold outside! ❄
Did you know that rabbits like to snuggle up to each other to stay warm? That’s another bunderful reason why rabbits should always be kept in compatible neutered pairs or groups 🐰❤🐰
For us, every day is International Rabbit Day! 💁‍♂️ For pet rabbits to lead hoppy and healthy lives, they need to have 5 essential rabbit welfare requirements. These are: A suitable environment 🏡, behaviour and enrichment 🐰, companionship 👯, a healthy diet 🌿, and regular health checks and vaccinations 🩺. Each welfare requirement is just as important as every other, and every rabbit owner must take responsibility to ensure each requirement is met. To read more, please visit our website. Domestic Rabbit, Ideal Weight, Health Check, Welfare, Health And Wellbeing, Food Animals, Breeds
Hoppy #InternationalRabbitDay!! 🥳🎉🐰
For us, every day is International Rabbit Day! 💁‍♂️ For pet rabbits to lead hoppy and healthy lives, they need to have 5 essential rabbit welfare requirements. These are: A suitable environment 🏡, behaviour and enrichment 🐰, companionship 👯, a healthy diet 🌿, and regular health checks and vaccinations 🩺. Each welfare requirement is just as important as every other, and every rabbit owner must take responsibility to ensure each requirement is met. To read more, please visit our website.
While everybun loves a nice home and plenty of activities, it’s no fun alone! Rabbits are very social animals and should always have a compatible companion to share their life with 💞 Bonding bunnies is known to ease stress and depression, but finding a suitable mate can take time, so please take care to bond your buns with neutered partners 🐰💘🐰 Gross Facts, Rabbit Facts, Rabbit Behavior, Pet Rabbit Care, Indoor Rabbit, How To Introduce Yourself, Make It Yourself
Rabbit Welfare Requirement 3: Companionship 👯‍♀️
While everybun loves a nice home and plenty of activities, it’s no fun alone! Rabbits are very social animals and should always have a compatible companion to share their life with 💞 Bonding bunnies is known to ease stress and depression, but finding a suitable mate can take time, so please take care to bond your buns with neutered partners 🐰💘🐰
As ‘wildly’ social animals, rabbits like to be part of a larger group. This is because as a prey animal, rabbits feel more relaxed when in the presence of other rabbits as they can look out for one another. Single rabbits on the other paw can become very anxious because they are hyper-sensitive to potential threats – including you 👀 This is one of the many reasons why it is always recommended that rabbits are kept with bonded companions. Besides, who wouldn’t their own fluffle? 🥹🐰🐰 Rabbit Run, Wild Rabbit, Ushuaia, List Of Animals, Cute Animals, Sport Fitness, New Zealand Flights, Show Rabbits
Did you know a group of rabbits is called a fluffle? 🐇🐇🐇🐇
As ‘wildly’ social animals, rabbits like to be part of a larger group. This is because as a prey animal, rabbits feel more relaxed when in the presence of other rabbits as they can look out for one another. Single rabbits on the other paw can become very anxious because they are hyper-sensitive to potential threats – including you 👀 This is one of the many reasons why it is always recommended that rabbits are kept with bonded companions. Besides, who wouldn’t their own fluffle? 🥹🐰🐰
Rabbits make the best of friends – not just for you, but for each other too! As highly social animals, rabbits should always be kept with other compatible rabbits they can play with and snuggle up to at night. Mental Wellbeing, Good Buddy, Keeping Healthy
What better buddies than bosom bunnies? 🐰❤🐰
Rabbits make the best of friends – not just for you, but for each other too! As highly social animals, rabbits should always be kept with other compatible rabbits they can play with and snuggle up to at night.
Do you have a green thumb? 🧑‍🌾🌿 Well your rabbits have a green tongue! 😋 Why not combine your love of gardening and rabbits and check out our brand-new webpage on growing vegetables, herbs, and fruits for rabbits. Growing Vegetables, Green Thumb, Fund, Supermarket
Growing Veg, Herbs, and Fruit for Rabbits 🧑‍🌾🌿🐰
Do you have a green thumb? 🧑‍🌾🌿 Well your rabbits have a green tongue! 😋 Why not combine your love of gardening and rabbits and check out our brand-new webpage on growing vegetables, herbs, and fruits for rabbits.
While we always recommend that all rabbits are neutered (regardless of same-sex pairings), being able to correctly sex rabbits before you introduce them to your brood is important. As female rabbits can get pregnant as young as 4 months, incorrectly sexed rabbits can result in unexpected litters, adding to the current rescue crisis. Sexing rabbits can be tricky (hence why so many are mis-sexed). For steps on how to sex your rabbits, check out our new webpage. Female Rabbit, Leopards, Raccoon
How to Sex Your Rabbits
While we always recommend that all rabbits are neutered (regardless of same-sex pairings), being able to correctly sex rabbits before you introduce them to your brood is important. As female rabbits can get pregnant as young as 4 months, incorrectly sexed rabbits can result in unexpected litters, adding to the current rescue crisis. Sexing rabbits can be tricky (hence why so many are mis-sexed). For steps on how to sex your rabbits, check out our new webpage.
Every bunny needs some bunny to love – and rabbits make the best of friends! Rabbits are very social animals and love to play and cuddle with compatible companions. 🐰🐰 Body Language Signs, Prey Animals, House Rabbit, Warm In The Winter
Bunny Besties! 🐰🐰
Every bunny needs some bunny to love – and rabbits make the best of friends! Rabbits are very social animals and love to play and cuddle with compatible companions. 🐰🐰
Everybun knows that rabbits tend to have many brothers and sisters, and while ‘breeding like rabbits’ is a well-known saying, rabbits in the wild like to be part of much larger groups. This is because, as a prey animal, there is safety in numbers and rabbits feel less stress and more at ease when surrounded by their bunny brethren. This is why it is strongly recommended that pet rabbits are kept with neutered companions so they do not get lonely and can play, eat, and sleep with ease. Brethren
Bunny Brethren 👯
Everybun knows that rabbits tend to have many brothers and sisters, and while ‘breeding like rabbits’ is a well-known saying, rabbits in the wild like to be part of much larger groups. This is because, as a prey animal, there is safety in numbers and rabbits feel less stress and more at ease when surrounded by their bunny brethren. This is why it is strongly recommended that pet rabbits are kept with neutered companions so they do not get lonely and can play, eat, and sleep with ease.
Rabbits can have kits from as young as 4-6 months old! So if you don’t want an unexpected litter on your hands, then please make sure to get your rabbits neutered! As well as preventing unwanted litters, neutering (castrating or spaying) your rabbits can help with training, bonding, reducing aggression, and preventing several forms of cancer. For more information on neutering, please visit our website. 4 Month Olds, Spay, Health Problems, Aggressive
Why Should I Neuter My Rabbits?
Rabbits can have kits from as young as 4-6 months old! So if you don’t want an unexpected litter on your hands, then please make sure to get your rabbits neutered! As well as preventing unwanted litters, neutering (castrating or spaying) your rabbits can help with training, bonding, reducing aggression, and preventing several forms of cancer. For more information on neutering, please visit our website.
It’s not enough to own a pet, we must ensure they have everything they need to live a full and happy life. Though we only share a small part of our lives with our pets, we are their entire life – so it’s up to us to make sure it’s a happy one! 🐰💛 The 5 welfare requirements that every pet rabbit should have are: a suitable environment, a suitable diet, the ability to exhibit normal behaviours, suitable companionship, and protection from pain, suffering, injury, and disease. Enough Is Enough, Happy Life, Adoption
How to Home Happy Rabbits 🐰💛
It’s not enough to own a pet, we must ensure they have everything they need to live a full and happy life. Though we only share a small part of our lives with our pets, we are their entire life – so it’s up to us to make sure it’s a happy one! 🐰💛 The 5 welfare requirements that every pet rabbit should have are: a suitable environment, a suitable diet, the ability to exhibit normal behaviours, suitable companionship, and protection from pain, suffering, injury, and disease.
Ideal weight varies between different breeds, but a good way to tell whether your rabbit is a healthy weight is through their body shape. Handling and getting to know your rabbit is important in so many ways, from helping to identify any physical abnormalities to sensing a change in their body or behaviour. The PMFA has created a great Rabbit Size-O-Meter to help owners keep track of their rabbits’ body shape, which you can see by clicking the link in this post.
What is the ideal weight of a rabbit?
Ideal weight varies between different breeds, but a good way to tell whether your rabbit is a healthy weight is through their body shape. Handling and getting to know your rabbit is important in so many ways, from helping to identify any physical abnormalities to sensing a change in their body or behaviour. The PMFA has created a great Rabbit Size-O-Meter to help owners keep track of their rabbits’ body shape, which you can see by clicking the link in this post.