CAre | Sickness
Being social creatures, rabbits appreciate constant companionship. They do so much better when they’re in pairs or with a group, so your fur baby can become lonely living alone.
Rabbits can’t talk, so your furry friend won’t be able to tell you that he’s feeling pretty sad. Still, some physical signs can indicate that something’s amiss.
When your pet finishes only a portion of their meal or, worse, completely loses interest in eating, that’s a red flag indicating that everything’s not right with your bunny.
Stress, boredom, or loneliness can cause this obsessive activity and indicate that your fur baby is not happy.
When everything’s not right with their world, they may lose interest in maintaining their neat appearance. They may stop removing poop and urine traces from their coat, which gives them an unkempt look.
A lonely rabbit may stop playing and instead will stay in one spot doing nothing. He or she tends to sleep more than usual and loses interest in his or her surroundings.