Can a cat eat a rabbit?
Yes because Cat is a predator to a rabbit.
my cat ate my rabbit once..
A dingo could eat a rabbit. So could a fox, And a cat! Any carnivore or Omnivore can consume a rabbit.
It is hungry. If you do not want it to eat the rabbit, then feed your cat.
Yes. My cat once ate a litter of baby rabbits.
the rainforest bobcat eats cat poo and rabbit vomit
Cats are strict carnivores, while rabbits are herbivores. A cat shouldn't be fed rabbit food as it will provide no nutrition to your cat whatsoever. Feed it cat food, which is appropriate and will provide the cat with the nutrients it needs.
Other than being approximately the same size and covered in fur, rabbits and cats are totally different animals. Rabbits are of the Lagomorpha family while cats belong to Felidae. Lagamorpha are herbivore while cats are carnivores. Meaning a cat would eat a rabbit but a rabbit would never eat a cat.
Some do, and some don't; it depends on the individual cat. A domestic cat can catch and eat a rabbit if it was so inclined. I have several alley cats and a backyard rabbit. One of the kittens became friends with the rabbit.
No I've tried with my cat and pet rabbit and my cat was actually scared of my rabbit. So I don't think so. My one rabbt is just a bunny still but she is so active my cat won't go near her. My cat did paw at my boy rabbit though because he is a bit lasy.
no, they eat cat/dog food and prey like mice,birds and rabbit. only people eat dogs
cat hamster and then rabbit
Cat is to kitty as rabbit is to bunny. Reason: a kitty or kitten is a baby or young Cat. And a bunny is a young, or baby rabbit. :D
I had a cat when I lived in the bush, an it used to eat all the rabbits. There were always bits and pieces of rabbit left around the place but that cat never went hungry.
Yes, but dogs can be trained to leave a rabbit alone, but this training takes a long time and can become very boring, so avoid putting a dog and rabbit, or cat and rabbit, together.
Yes, a cat can hurt a rabbit. Though a cat wont usualy go near a rabbit unless, therefore the rabbit makes the cat mad.
not always! sometimes the cat gets really hungry and has to eat the rabbit but sometimes they get along
If the rabbit doesn't kill the cat, yes. A rabbit's kick can slice open a cat pretty badly.
Abesolutely not. Rabbits are herbivores and therefor should only eat vegetables. Cat food has a high meat content and is not safe for rabbits to eat. ++++ It must not be put out for hedgehogs either, as if it contains fish, it will poison them.
No, rabbits can't eat cat food. Rabbits will eat cat food but that doesn't mean it's okay: rabbits will nibble on many dangerous things including electric wires. Cat food is full of good things for cats, like protein and animal fats, but it does not have the necessary nutrition for a rabbit to be healthy. Rabbits are vegan: they don't eat any animal products at all, and they don't need nearly as much protein as… Read More
the rabbit can eat you
A cat would probably think twice about taking on a full grown rabbit, but young rabbits would certainly be fair game for a cat.
A cats natural instinct is to hunt and therefore, the answer is yes. The cat will eat the rabbit. However, there have been some cases where a cat that has been raised around rabbits will not attack one. If your cat is not familiar with rabbits I would not bring one around him/her.
First figure out where your rabbit got fleas and get the dog/cat that gave it to them away from your rabbit. Treat with cat flea powder.
i saw my cat eat an entire rabbit the other day... no problems so far
i had a rabbit but we gave her away bacause we had to many pets but my cat use to sniff the rabbit and bite it so keep a close eye on your rabbit.
The Manx Cat. Its legend that its a offspring of a rabbit and a cat.
The gender of an animal doesn't matter when it comes to the animal that the bob cat hunts. The bob cat will hunt the animal preferably a rabbit and eat it later on.
No, rabbit fur comes from rabbits, but cat fur comes from cats.
That would depend on the personal habits of your cat and the habits of the rabbit. With the experience I have, no, my pet cats have always tried to get in the rabbit cage and attack.
I have no idea what your question is, but are you meaning "Why is my rabbit eating its doo-doo?" is that what you are saying?If you are, I will answer that question. Rabbits eat their #2 because it makes their stomach feel better, like a cat or dog eating grass. They cannot throw up, so they eat hay and their own doo-doo.I hope that's the answer you were looking for. If not, talk to me… Read More
Yes, a rabbit does eat grass.
a rabbit will eat anything but plastic
Yes. My cat brought in a rabbit he had hunted and they do squeak.
depends on the type of rabbit
usually not... but a mother rabbit would eat her baby if it died
A cat and a rabbit are of two different species of animals. A cat and a rabbit both are mammals.
YES. rabbits are the same phenotype as cats.a cat Ive had once mated with my rabbit and had"c rabbits"
Wood pellets are perfect as they are absorbent and odourless and if your rabbit wants to eat/chew them he can. Also they find it difficult to dig them and make a mess. Some packets of cat litter will say on the back if they are suitable for small animals such as rabbits.
a rabbit is a herbivore itself ! if you knew anything, you'd know that herbivores EAT PLANTS NOT MEAT and a rabbit is made out of meat so no herbiores do not eat rabbit
If the cat wants to, then it does run faster then a rabbit (scientifically speaking). But you know cats, they are always sleeping. So in that case, the rabbit is the faster one.
No, not really, unless of course if the rabbit is in a cage because a rabbit is a cat's natural prey, along with small rodents and birds. If a pet rabbit is allowed to roam with the cat, never leave them unattended. If the cat has grown up with the rabbit as a young kitten, the risk of the cat harming the rabbit is lower.
Well your rabbit should be indoors anyway because any other rabbits that are not wild get illnesses if kept outside so you should not be having this problem if you move your bunny indoors
Panini is a Cat/Bunny/Bear hybrid.
no it does not sorry
If you are refering to "What eats a rabbit?" there are many things that eat them, such as humans.
its possible for a hawk to eat a rabbit so yes a hawk can eat a rabbit
if the rabbit can get to it
dumplings rabbit meat cat meat dog meat duck meat cherries on a stick
They feed it deer,rabbit, and cat also dogs any thang they can find but the mama choose-it up then the babys eat it
It will eat hay, rabbit, food, grass, and veg's but do not feed them lettuce.