Yea it will sometimes it happened 2 me witha a raccoon i shot ant the one above is basically right
You should really keep your rabbit in a hutch, because the cage scares the rabbit into being more scared of its owner and no you can't to jail if you put your rabbit in a cage.
No you can't. The scratch can become infected and you should keep it clean. If you have ever seen the arms of a rabbit judge or breeder you would understand.
In a rabbit cage or pen.
vietiaman is a good way to keep the head up
If a rabbit is being kept, then by definition it is not wild.
Keep your hands about 10 feet away from the rabbit on the floor. Put some carrots or rabbit food near your hands where you can touch them. Wait for a while for the rabbit to come and sniff the food (the key here is patience). Then keep your hands on the floor, without moving them. Let the rabbit smell them and soon you will be able to hold the rabbit. Remember, even flinching will scare the rabbit.
I believe that you can due to the fact that a rabbit is a mammal and they have fur so if you keep the rabbit under a blanket it will keep them warm.
Because of inertia. Things that are moving likes to keep moving.
Rabbit's growing teeth are a continual thing like how our fingernails grow. If your having trouble with your rabbits teeth, them being to big, you can buy rabbit treats that help grind them down.
You just keep it?..
feed it healthy rabbit food, keep its cage clean, and give it love.
If you keep on moving house to house and the ghost is still there, you are haunted.
Your rabbit has an inner ear infection which has affected it's balance. it's head will keep turning until it can't eat or drink and it will be continually rolling. This can be treated with antibiotics but I have only cured one of this problem. Good luck.
keep it moving keep it moving
Keep Moving was created in 1984-02.
If a rabbit's head gets wet, it could get an ear infection. Baths are not usually necessary for rabbits. Healthy rabbits bathe themselves, and as a matter of course you should keep them away from very messy areas. If your rabbit is messy, something is wrong! Baths can be very dangerous for rabbits, whether their head stays dry or not. See the related question below for details and links.
Get their favourite treat, bang your hands on the ground and call the rabbit's name. Don't do it from too far away - perhaps start at only about 30cm. When your rabbit comes over to you, give him/her a pat and the food as a reward. Do this at least 5 times a day and keep moving further away!
if you have an outdoor rabbit then you should bring the rabbit in if the temperature is really hot or cold
Being in the liquid form water keeps on moving on the surface and into the earth due to gravitation force of the Earth.
your mums ****** or a hatchet
No, it is untrue. No force is required to keep a moving object moving.
One! It will keep the rabbit doctor away.
don't put it with the male rabbit.
No, a rabbit's pellets should not be contaminated by insects like snails. Keep your bunny's food in a dry, safe place where insects and animals won't get to it. Keep your rabbit's hutch or enclosure clean and dry: one snail moving through the hutch won't be a problem, but there should not be any kind of infestation. Snails generally like damp spots, and a rabbit's hutch should be bone dry or else the rabbit will get sick. See the related questions below for more info and helpful links.