Rabbits prefer greens, not just carrots. Carrots in moderation due to high sugar content and tooth decay risks for pet bunnies.
Reuse rabbit litter and droppings in compost for garden fertilizer. Not suitable for carnivorous pets. Avoid non-degradable clay-based cat litter.
Rabbits have kits, does, and bucks. Bunny is a cutesy term, like kitty and doggy, commonly understood.
Rabbits breed at a young age, copulate 8 months a year, and give birth to 4-12 kits after a 30-day gestation period.
Rabbits exhibit a cute behavior called a binky: a happy hop with a mid-air twist.
Rabbits eat their own poop to redigest and absorb missed nutrients. It's a normal part of their diet and digestion process.
Rabbits stay clean by grooming themselves, like cats. They usually don't require bathing from their owners.
Unlike cats, rabbits cannot cough up hairballs. They eat roughage to pass swallowed fur through their digestive system.
Rabbits have almost 360-degree vision but a small blind spot in front of their faces. They can see from all directions without turning their heads.
Rabbits have powerful back legs for evading predators. They can jump up to 3.26 feet high and nearly 10 feet far. Rabbit jumping competitions showcase their agility.