Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets. They are adorable and brimming with personality. Rabbits are social animals. The location of a rabbit’s housing area within your home (which can take the form of a puppy pen, bunny condo, large cage, or just an area with the food, litter boxes, and cardboard castles if the bunny is free reign) is an extremely important consideration. You’ll have to make sure the rabbit has a place to relax by himself but is not completely secluded from the family. Rabbits need social interaction, plenty of exercise, and a lot of enrichment activities.
Taking care of rabbits after purchase
It’s important to have a good understanding of a rabbit’s nutritional needs throughout its life. Proper and correct amount of nutrition is vital for a rabbit’s well being. The staple of a rabbit’s diet is fiber. Rabbits must have access to grass at all times. It is very important to ensure that hay allergies will not pose a problem for anyone in the household.
Rabbits can be quite affectionate animals, but personalities definitely vary from individual to individual. Most rabbits don’t particularly like being held/picked up, and some bunnies are more aloof than others. Rabbits get very stressed out when traveling or when placed in unfamiliar environments, so it’s best to have a good pet sitter on hand to watch the bunny if you go on vacation. If you’ve done your research and feel confident you can properly care for a bunny, browse this section of OpenSooq to find bunnies of all shapes and sizes.