What does a rabbit get when he walks in the rain?
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new answer In the universal language of mind, rain will represent the waking conscious experiences. Walking is movement forward toward a goal. Walking between the rain would suggest that a person is, in the groove, up on their game, where they are consistantly responding to many experiences producti…vely rather than reacting emotionally. see http://www.som.org/1dreams/usedictionary.htm "Dreamers Dictionary" isbn#0-944386-16-4 (MORE)
Answer . Yes you can. but you will have to buy a rabbit lead and they arnt very expensive.. but if u do take a rabbit out for a walk dont go to near roads with it because it my scare the rabbit to much.
get them used to the leash at an early age, and just follow them because they're the leader not you
You can walk one if you buy a special harness and leash for rabbits from a pet store. Some rabbits like being walked, but some don't (like my rabbit). I walk my rabbits with an extendable lead so they don't choke and they don't realise they are actually on a lead you can put them on a harness and l…eash, but you can't walk them, they walk you (you can't tell them where to go, they go where they want to and will try to pull themselves out of their harness (at least my rabbit does)) (MORE)
NO . you can get a harness though, they will have them at a pet store. just Ask!!!!!!!
I suggest first that you hold the leash and associate it with a treat, what makes him/her happy, then begin to put the leash on and continue to give treats, eventually it will know the leash is a good object and will hopefully behave. good luck!
they hop it may sometimes seem like they are walking but they are really taking small hops.
they start walking from when they are babies i think i think that they start walking when they have 3days...
bushes that grow in California and have large leaves that keep rain out, and space enough under them for rabbits to fit.
Cleary physics shows us that running in the rain will creating more water on your body! Walking at a normal pace creates less friction between you and the rain. Running will create more a a splash!
yes, most people would say that its highly impossible for a rabbit to live in a rainforest but im doing a report on the harpy eagle wich only live in rainforests and they eat rabbits, therefore, yes they do
No! In a rainforest it is to hot for the rabbits to live. It is too hot and also too wet. It just isn't their habitat at all!
walking in the rain is good luck because you are washing away bad things that you have done.
If it was raining and you had to walk in the rain would you get more wet if you ran in the rain or if you walked in the rain?
Various myths say that walking will keep you dryer than running. According to the mythbusters programme, which specifically sets out to prove or disprove the possibility of such myths, has demonstrated that running will keep you 70% dryer. This is probably due to the fact you would only spend half t…he time in the rain if you run the whole way. (MORE)
In my rabbits run, i have a plastic sheet over the top of half of it, and sometimes i even put the little hutch in my run. So i can put them out in the rain.
Baby rabbits will begin walking between 3-12 days. They willlook a bit silly when they first start out but it will be adorableto watch.
Weaned (so over 8 weeks). Start when the rabbit is young getting it used to a harness. NEVER use just a collar on a rabbit, if it startles it'll run and break its neck. Cat harness work well, get the adjustable kind and not the figure 8 ones. Get the rabbit used to hopping around wearing the harne…ss, letting drag the leash around next. Never leave a harness on an unsupervised rabbit-it can and will get tangled and may lead to strangulation. Honestly, you're better off not walking a rabbit outside. There are too many factors (dogs, cars, cats, hawks flying by, people shouting, etc) that could startle the rabbit and cause it to bolt. I've had it happen! Rabbits do die of fright (I've had that happen also), so walking them is not a good idea unless it's in an enclosed place they are used to. If you want to take your rabbit along, get one of those carriers they (MORE)
Watermelon and KFC. the stuff in the forest i think and does any one know what introspective by nature mean and also there is no rule to which there is no exception nor any truth so genaral that it does not present some defective aspect trust yourself lol
Walking in the Rain was written and produced by Phil Spector and performed b y the Ronettes. The song literally starts with a bang- sounds like a l05MM Field piece. Weather and war are common metaphors ( e.g. Desert storm, Blitz , etc) so it is with this song. In a sense Spector inverted the l8l2 mo…dulus with the cannon shot- at the beginning of the song. There are counter-recoil sound effects, but only one barrage. Thudnerous response indeed.! (MORE)
Yes. It's perfectly fine to leave your rabbits in their hutch when it rains. However, you can bye covers to go over the hutch if you want them to be even more protected. - This is a good idea if there is snow and very cold weather.
I don't think you should walk rabbits. You can let it run around in your house for exercise, but don't walk it like a dog.
Some people choose to take their rabbits for walks, but it can be dangerous. You must take certain precautions: . Use a harness specially-made for rabbits . Make sure your rabbit is vaccinated -- consult a rabbit-savvy vet . Protect your rabbit from parasites -- consult a rabbit-savvy vet about …fecal analysis . Protect your rabbit from toxic plants -- refer to Related Links below . Protect your rabbit from predators Predators include wildlife and other pets. Rabbits are very sensitive to stress. If something frightens them, they can panic and injure themselves, or go into shock and die of fright. If you bring your rabbit on a walk, and it meets a dog, and the dog starts barking and straining on its leash, that is enough to cause some serious harm to your rabbit. Make sure that anywhere you walk your rabbit is secure from the rabbit's point of view, as well as the human's . (MORE)
well i think you will get wetter by walking because you get more rain drops running you can miss rain drops that fall.
i have tasted this and you would probly get wetter by walking you would get wetter because you would catch more rain drops and if you ran you might miss some rain drops.
my rabbit does this too i dont kno w y they do it but his nose always goes haywire when he stands in the rain or snow i think he is smelling the rain and he likes the feeling of it on his fur hopes this helps good look
Phil Spector. The song comes on with a battery salvo of l05mm howizers, with long recoil echo effect. Song deals with wartime separation angst, but cagily does not mention war, combat etc. Big guns do the talking!
If your rabbit is not hopping properly it is very bad. If your rabbit is dragging it's hind legs it means it has more than likely broken it's back. There is no cure, no rabbit body cast. The animal needs to be put down. It will eventually lose control of it's bladder and bowels. You don't say what …your rabbit's problem is so I can only assume...... (MORE)
Lay more hay down or wrap it in a warm towel until it is dry. Next time it rains put the rabbit in a shed so that it does not become exposed to the rain.
Could be encephalitozoon cuniculi (ecuniculi). A protozoal parasite that can cause severe illness in rabbits. Symptoms of e. cuniculi can include wry neck (tilting of the head to one side), darting eyes (nystagmus), walking in circles, loss of balance, rolling on the ground, incontinence, seizures, …and paralysis of the hind quarters. It is thought that e. cuniculi is transmitted through spores in urine that are inhaled, ingested, or passed from mother to offspring at birth. Often, e. cuniculi can be present in a rabbit's body, without the rabbit displaying noticeable symptoms. Also called nosema cuniculi. (MORE)
The song is called "A walk in the spring rain" and it's from the 1970 film of the same name.
no because it will do the animal good It can be cruel to walk a rabbit: if the rabbit doesn't like it, and/or if the rabbit isn't safe. There are a lot of dangers outside, even if the rabbit's on a harness. If you want to walk your rabbit or let him or her outside, take serious measures to preve…nt these dangers, and keep your bunny safe. For instance: . Another animal could attack the rabbit - will you be able to stop a large aggressive dog? . The rabbit could escape - especially if she or he panics for any reason and twists out of the harness. And pet rabbits aren't adapted to our environment, or able to properly care for themselves, so it's not okay to let them go. . The rabbit could eat a toxic plant. . She/he catch a parasite left by another animal - especially wild animals, like squirrels and racoons. If your rabbit doesn't like going for walks, for whatever reason - if she's fearful and tense, instead of energetic and playful - then it's cruel to take her or him on walks. Stress leads to a low quality of life, even illness; and panic can lead to serious injury - so you shouldn't do things your rabbit doesn't like unless it's necessary (like going to the vet's, physical exam, etc.) See the related questions below for more information. (MORE)
i have a leash for my rabbit but he hates it so i let him roam free around my house. So it's probably not a good idea to walk your rabbit on a leash.
No, rabbits prefer to stay dry and warm. They will be shocked if they are outside in the rain. They will start shivering in the corner of their cage. Keep your rabbits inside during wet weather.
Ants travel in a straight line all the time, not even for rain, so that they don't get lost.. Answer: . Ants leave a trail of pheromones or scent as they travel. When they find food they return to the nest and communicate this fact to other ants who follow the scent trail to the food. As more ants… travel the trail the scent gets stronger (easier to follow) and the random bumps are smoothed out making the trail straighter. (MORE)
Normally if a rabbit abandones her own baby it means that the baby isn't well and the mother doesn't think it'll survive. it's all to do with natural instinct and how the animal thinks as if it were in the wild, a mother will leave the runt of the litter to die if she thinks that it will keep the re…st of her litter alive or for example if she knows she only has enough milk for 8 babies but had a litter of 10 she will discard the 2 smallest and weakest of the litter to give the other 8 a chance at survival, it really is a case of survival of the fittest and more often than not mum knows best. sorry but if your rabbit is the babies mum it more than likely means the baby is not well and probably wont survive. if you feel different you could try hand rearing it but i would get the opinion of a professional first and see what they think. sorry to be the bearer of bad news! hope this helps x Also, mother rabbits do not spend a lot of time near their young. The babies are born essentially without a scent, so they are difficult for predators to find. The mother is much easier for predators to find. So she nurses her young but otherwise keeps her distance to reduce the possibility of predators finding them. (MORE)
You put a treat above him/her and once they stand you put it out just a little and they will step to get it but if she/he can't. work on this exercise for a while..
Before bringing your rabbit outside on a leash, it's a good idea to walk her around inside so that she gets used to the harness and leash without a lot of new stimuli around. Otherwise, it's not a good idea to use leashes inside, because the rabbit can get tangled or stuck -- there are much better w…ays to "rabbit-proof" your home! There are harnesses and leashes made for rabbits, and some rabbits do enjoy going for walks outside, but there are dangers that you have to look out for : Make sure the harness allows her to move normally and naturally. If the rabbit's movements are constricted by the harness, and something happens to panic the rabbit, she can seriously injure herself (even leading to permanent disability). A rabbit's harness must fit around its chest as well as its neck: a single loop around the neck is dangerous for rabbits. Stay far away from predators like cats, dogs, and other animals. Many cats and dogs are fine with rabbits, but the rabbits don't know that and just seeing the animal nearby by can start a panic attack (rabbits can even die of shock!). Wild animals can hurt your rabbit in a second's time, so stay close by and don't just watch the rabbit: look all around you so that you notice the hawk circling overhead, or the raccoon in the bushes. Avoid the threat of bad weather by keeping your rabbit inside when it's really hot or cold, or even when it's just cool and rainy. For a rabbit that's used to it, playing in the snow can be fun; but, it can also be dangerous (inexperienced rabbits might eat a lot of snow, which can lead to digestive illness; being wet and cold can also lead to hypothermia). Don't bring your rabbit into areas where you think there are toxins (roadside pollution, pesticides, herbicides, etc.). Parasites : if you bring your rabbit outside and/or you feed your rabbit wild foods (weeds, grasses, etc.), check your rabbit's fur and body for parasites monthly, and have your vet test her feces for parasites annually. Stress : because rabbits are prey animals, they're susceptible to stress when they feel insecure, and when they're prevented from their natural response to insecurity (to run and hide), serious injury can result, and/or illness can result over time. If you notice your rabbit does not enjoy going for walks or being put in the harness, just don't do it! Instead, treat your rabbit the way he would like to be treated (not the way you'd like to treat him). (MORE)
They're not exactly able to walk on their hind legs, however, some rabbits do sit up on their hind legs, and can sort of hop forward while sitting up.
Wild rabbits, will stay in their burrows until the rain stops. If the rain goes on for a long time, they will dig for succulent roots. They don't need water. The roots are filled with juices and the air is cool.
no not really, a lot of rabbits dont like leads that much- i walk my rabbits though . It is quite fun , and i do get a few strange looks but it depends on your rabbit really. :)
Most rabbits don't like going for walks. Even if your bunny likes it, there are many dangers outside, like predators (will you be able to stop a big aggressive dog?), toxins and bacteria in the ground (like pesticides), parasites, poisonous plants, etc. If you take your bunny for a walk, make sure i…t's absolutely safe, and only do it if your rabbit enjoys it. Stress is not good for rabbits: it leads to a poor quality of life, and even illness. Rabbits do need exercise, but there are better ways to do it than going for a walk. Give your rabbit play structures and toys, like tunnels, thing to dig in, and things to jump on and over. Rabbits need at least 3 hours outside their enclosure (like their cage) every single day for exercising, playing, and socialising with you (rabbits are social creatures and need your company). (MORE)
Yes, they can, but there are many risks involved, so most rabbit owners choose not to walk their rabbits in parks. . Your rabbit may escape: you should use a harness and leash. (Pet animals can't take care of themselves: they've lost the instincts, and where they escape to isn't their natural env…ironment anyway). . Your rabbit may eat poisonous or dangerous plants, or safe plants that have been poisoned with pesticides: feed the rabbit before you go out, pay attention to the surroundings, and stop her from eating anything. . Your rabbit may get attacked: there's always dogs in parks (also raccoons, falcons, foxes, and other predators), so be careful. Even if the animal doesn't get a hold of your rabbit, she can suffer (even die!) from shock. . Your rabbit may pick up parasites: get your rabbit's faeces analysed every year as well as a thorough physical exam from a "rabbit-savvy" vet, and any necessary shots (immunizations); also do your own physical exam every month at home. . Your rabbit may get exposed to bad weather, like heat, cold, or wet with breezes: only take your rabbit out on mild days and make sure she always has access to the shade. (MORE)
yes because at any pet store you can buy a bunny leash i would know i own a bunny and a leash
Yes, rabbits can get sick when they get wet, especially if the weather is on the cool side, and ESPECIALLY if it's windy or drafty. If your rabbit lives outside, make sure its hutch is water-tight and free from drafts; if your rabbit got wet, make sure it stays in a warm, dry area free from drafts u…ntil it gets dry -- otherwise, your rabbit could get a cold (snuffles, respiratory infection) or hypothermia. (MORE)
If at all possible, you should try to bring it in for a while until the weather clears up. If you can't bring it in, try to provide a solid hiding place for it (ie. not a cardboard box that will get soggy) and place some blankets in there. You could try putting the blankets in your drying machine be…fore you give them to your rabbit. Also try placing a plastic tarp or plastic table cloth over the cage in order to prevent the rabbit from getting a potentially fatal draft. Rabbits who get either wet or drafts could get a respiratory problem and die. (MORE)
The dream suggests that this is the person you would want to be with in times of trouble.
my nans rabbits started walking at about a week so should start walking at about 5-10 days- 2 weeks, when they open their eyes:)
the rabbit could have a foot fungi, or it could be sick, or have some other problem along those lines. my best suggestion would be to go to a vet.
Yes of course, my rabbit sits in the rain all the time, it's his choice as he has the choice to take shelter !
The single called "Walking in the Rain" was released in 1964. It was written by Barry Mann, Phil Spector, and Cynthia Weil. It was then recorded by the Rosettes in the year 1964.